About Candice Latham: Hello Hero, It’s Candice!
Getting my finances together hasn’t always been easy. I graduated college with $38,000 worth of debt, on top of being laid off multiple times and having credit card debt I was still able to pay off $47,000 of debt by December of 2017 while having thousands of dollars in assets. It was important to invest my money while I was paying off my debt. Now I am on a mission to help you defy the odds, build wealth, and think differently.
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