Tiffany Alichépersonal finance The social media influencer, also known as ‘Bugdetnista’, landed a Netflix documentary deal to teach viewers about their money.
Be smart with money published last tuesday on netflixdescribed as a provocation”weird eye for the economy”. While the money-savvy personality has amassed over half a million followers on Instagram, she will now be able to help others on a much bigger scale after this new release.
Whether you’re struggling with day-to-day bills or questions about retirement, Be smart with money promises viewers of all financial backgrounds to know they’re all covered.
Netflix’s synopsis reads in part: “From a bartender’s living paycheck to a family wondering if they can retire early, these stories contain plenty of practical take-home advice for everyone. , plus lessons on how to live a richer life beyond your bank account.”
Aliche shared her excitement on Instagram, revealing that the documentary “follows 4 people on their financial journey with the help of a financial coach”.
She writes: “And you KNOW your daughter is a coach. Call me Phil Jackson.
In a separate post, the finance guru also urges viewers to take note of the lessons taught in the film. She says creating wealth for her family and future generations depends on financial education.
She posted a little snippet of the doc on Friday, eager to share the tips and tricks behind your bank account.
“It’s proving to be such a great conversation starter between families…among friends…partners in accountability…” read her caption, “and even with parents talking money with their kids.”
According to recent financial literacy statistics by the Milken Institute, only 57% of adults in the United States are financially literate.
Studies reveal that finance education would be of immense benefit in low-income communities, as savings, debt reduction, and assets are expected to increase significantly.
“The Bugdetnista” hopes to make financial education more mainstream, starting with Be smart with moneyso she can reach more people and get more for their money.