7 30-Something Money Habits I Wish I Had In My 20s | The Lifestyle Fix financial habits

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In this video, Tasha discusses money habits that she would have used in her 20s. Learn how Tasha increased her income in this video:

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The Financial Diet 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Looking to get your life together? Tasha shares her favorite apps to help you do just that here: https://youtu.be/1VKAU-YPRDU.

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Mary O'Brien 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

1. Defining my own financial priorities (0:32)
2. Creating a debt repayment plan before taking out debt (1:36)
3. Automating my saving and investing (2:30)
4. Expecting more from my bank accounts and credit cards (4:03)
5. Shopping around for better interest rates or prices (5:01)
6. Knowing my worth and negotiating for more money (6:08)
7. Having a budget that I could actually stick to (6:58)

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T Wilde 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Never buy a new car. Period. Never lease a car, either.

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Cas 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I am 27 I did not save a thing, I had no savings, I have 89 in debt from college and a car loan and I’m just now taking my finances seriously. I am in a family that has always had money troubles and stress and lots of debt so everyone thinks it’s normal. Not me! So I have gotten a debt tracker on excel and made my own excel budget sheet and I am working on increasing my income, starting a small business and I will be debt free in three years. I declare it!

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V1sual3y3z 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

1. Define your own financial priorities.
2. Create a debt repayment plan before taking out debt
3. Automate savings and investments
4. Expecting more from bank accounts and credit cards
5. Shop around for better interest rates and prices
Bonus: 6. Knowing your own worth and negotiating for more money
For anyone who is like me and needs the rules written out

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Save Money Tricks 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

This is a great video. I totally agree with starting investing for your future because we'll never know what's gonna happen. I started late in saving and investing but it is all worth it. Preparing for the future is always a good idea.

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Kandace Boutin 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Please write a book! Your story is inspirational!

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Ikea Day 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Loving these collaborations!

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Darlene Paul 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Debt is living beyond your means .Plain and simple!

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NotSandraBullock 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Can you make a post talking more in-depth about renegotiating your salary and knowing your worth? That was a very true!

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Monika L 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I’m 21 I do/did all of these!

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Krystal Beauty 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Amazingly said! Thank you

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Carlos Munoz 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Holy shit, FULL OF PLUGS! Good advice was very questionable. Here’s a good plug with excellent advice . Dave Ramsey, Total Money Makeover. No plugs from what I recall.

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Alecia Riddick 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Can you do a video on how to increase your credit score?

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Chica714 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Financial podcast recommendations like the vibe of this video/channel? I like the laid-back and direct nature of this video

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Alecia Riddick 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Tasha, I have a question. How do you compare different car salesman without them checking your credit to get the best deal? Is it because you do it over the phone? I thought when you negotiate they check your credit and when they check your credit it goes through many banks and that can ruin your credit if you decide not to go with that car salesman.

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ScentJunkie03 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

The sound on this video was super low for some reason.

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StutterMaple 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I know that TFD hates minimalism, but I've found (for me at least) a minimalistic approach to clothes has helped me to not buy on a whim. I have a set number of hangers for each category of my closet, and that's it. Which, saves money since I know  I have little self control when it comes to impulse buys. That being said, saving is one of the things I wish I had more control over when I was younger. I just recently started a savings, and while there is a decent amount (1k) in it, it doesn't help the 9k medical bill that im dreading coming up. TL;DR…SAVE. ALWAYS.

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Nina M 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I deleted my Instagram and unsubscribed from "lifestyle" YouTube channels since I began watching TFD. Now for entertainment I watch small episodes of SciPop shows like SciShow etc. and don't miss the hours I had spent before watching a girl review 500$ worth of "super necessary" clothing. 3-4 months ago I would open a new tab next to another haul and start browsing through Asos or Zalando, looking for similar stuff. I am super thankful to TFD for this shift in my mindset. And so is my bank account.

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sami alhadram 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Someone noticed that all the coaches here are female ? we want a male one ):

much love and respect ❤️*

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The Crafty Dahlia 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I am glad to see a video from this channel that is less motivated by sponsorships for once! Usually these videos are mostly full of ads. I have almost unsubscribed for that reason. Please keep videos like this coming that only BRIEFLY mention the services.

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Da Shaun Baldwin 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Awesome, How did you have your credit, and finances ready to purchase a house at 20! What tips would you give to a parents who would like to prepare there children for the same?

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Payton Buffington 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I thought I wouldn’t like this video without Chelsea, but I found these tips so helpful and you were a great presenter for this episode! Loved the personal insight

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Nasir Ahmed 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

That website looks really nice

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Christopher Catchings 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I want to date her, I could care less about her beta male husband.

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floralirony 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Better than negotiating the car price beforehand? Simply opting for a used car rather than new! Vehicles depreciate so fast that it doesn't make sense buying it new.
Of course all those new car ads on TV look nice, but when you compare the difference in price between the old and new vs. (sometimes) minimal difference in quality, it's not worth it. Truth be told, it's just our consumerism culture trying to make us spend more when it's not always in our best interests.
Some dealers have certified pre-owned vehicles with a warranty if you're worried about buying used.

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Peanut butter Cup 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Stopped watching at “bought a house at 19”

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AlyetAJ 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Tasha, I've watched a handful of your videos. I thought a lot were iffy. This one is great!

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Alicia Una Ryan 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

We can only kick ourselves for our stupid money mistakes we made in our 20's. Great tips!
Greetings from South Africa

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Alecia Riddick 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I loved this video and love you independent and confident nature when it comes to finances. I want to do some of the same things in my life. I will be 30 this year and I agree I am a mixture between the financial independence people and the financial consumer people. I don't see too much wrong with debt because I'm using my credit card to pay off other debt. I'm increasing my credit score with one credit card to pay off other debts. I thought that was a smart move. I wish I knew how to negotiate car loans with dealers when I brought my car. It would have been a lot easier. Thanks for the tip that I don't even have to step foot on the lot and negotiate a price from other dealers you have talked to about the same car. I'm going to keep this video as a favorite.

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Grey Mind 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Cool beans

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Ikha Ismail 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Girl, good for you on being a successful single mother!

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Jefflania Jiffy 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

I really like this series

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Sami's Sweet Life 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

Such great tips!! The first tip was my favorite. Deciding what's worth your money is so important.

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Shelby Hall 26/09/2021 - 11:06 Chiều

The only thing my ex husband taught me was to never use that 4-quadrant box thing. Never let a salesman ask how much you want to pay per month. A car payment is based on only 3 things: the interest rate your credit will get you, the length of the loan and the price you are willing to pay for the car. If you give the salesman the monthly limit you are willing to pay, he can adjust those things to his benefit, not yours. P.S. My ex now owns a used car lot and bases his business model on fraud. Good luck with me getting all that back child support lol.

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