Informed. Inspired. Invested.
One woman’s life changing journey towards financial independence.
Tammy had to rebuild her life and career in 2013. As a stay-at-home mother and a part-time graphic designer at her mother's real estate brokerage – Tammy had her husband deal with all the finances. But when she got divorced she didn’t even know where to start. She separated, sold their home, quit her part-time job with her mother and invested in getting her own real estate license. She worked to pay down all her financial debt and now is a top performer and on the road to financial independence.
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