Tammy Lally: What Is The Personal Toll Of A Financial Crisis?
Part 2 of theTED Radio HourepisodeA Century Of Money.
Acquiring debt and buying on credit has been the American way since the 1920s. Financial advisor Tammy Lally describes the toll that consumerism and money-shame had on her family in the early 2000s.
About Tammy Lally
Lally holds a degree in Business and Finance Psychology from the University of Phoenix, and Financial Planning and Advising from The American College of Financial Services. She received her training and certification from The Money Coaching Institute in Northern California.
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