Walli Miller

 is a writer for Clever Girl Finance. She also blogs over at Millers On Fire about the lessons she’s learned about money and is passionate about teaching financial literacy. When not blogging she is exploring all of what New York City has to offer.

Walli Miller
Payday loan lenders

How Payday Loan Lenders Target Women of Color

Do you know that a major financial issue that plagues women of color is the fact that they are intentionally targeted by payday loan lenders? Have you ever wondered why payday lenders are mostly found in neighborhoods with vacant shopping centers and boarded up businesses? These payday loan lenders disguise themselves as financial rescue superheroes, …

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Recession-proof jobs

16 Best Recession-Proof Jobs for All Skill Levels

Let’s talk about recession-proof jobs! Any time the mention of a recession hits the headlines, there is a sense of worry about job security and with good reason. During the 2008 recession, over 10% of Americans were unemployed. It meant fewer job hirings, mass layoffs, and intense competition for the job openings that were available. …

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2 Key Lessons I Learned From Overspending After I Blew Over $16,000 Without Knowing How

In 2011, I was a 28-year-old single, professional homeowner. Financially, my life was about to get better. Unfortunately, I didn’t know it. I was about to make a costly mistake; Overspending to the tune of $16,000. The Setup: Where my overspending started In the winter of 2010, I purchased a 3 bedroom/2.5-bathroom, 2,300 square-foot home. …

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