Many of us know TikTok for its dance challenges and comedy videos, but some of its most popular content actually revolves around finance. I recently stopped by Good Day New York to help viewers figure out whether social media finance tips are worth their time.
Throughout the segment, I clarified misconceptions around some of the platform’s oversimplified hacks for buying property, filing taxes, and boosting your credit score. I also offered more accurate advice – and the appropriate context – to steer everyone in the right direction.
Thank you to the team at Good Day New York for having me and for shining a spotlight on a fun trend that could have dangerous financial consequences.
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