How good (or bad) are you with your finances? How difficult or easy is the road to financial freedom?

What better way to start off the new year than getting your finances in order? How difficult or easy is the road to financial freedom? Do you look at money as happiness or a means to an end? On this episode we begin the first of many podcasts centered around Generational Wealth! Welcome to Finance 101!


Featuring Special Guest, Buffie Purselle, MrsMD

Buffie Purselle is an entrepreneur with over twenty years of expertise in the financial field. As the founder of Buffie, LLC, her success derives from her professional and innate ability to demystify the daunting world of taxes, personal finance, and small business management with skilled, practical, and sometimes sassy guidance with her clients. She is passionate about helping women channel their inner fruGAL with her financial management firm, Crawl Before You Ball. Buffie is a true southern belle and is most commonly recognized as a third-generation tax practitioner from a family of tax pros. Buffie joined the ladies of Bravo’s “Married to Medicine” in their 7th season. She is also recognized as a highly sought after national tax and personal finance expert seen on HLN, CNN, and CNBC.

Her philanthropic endeavors include being Vice-Chair of IYAI+ (Introducing Youth to Careers in American Infrastructure). IYAI+ is a nonprofit founded by Dr. Beverly Scott. Eight years ago, Buffie became severely ill. In the blink of an eye, Buffie’s bubbly personality that her friends knew and loved seemed to disappear. She was overcome with chronic fatigue, joint pain, skin rashes, mouth sores, and hair loss. After a year of testing, she was diagnosed with lupus. Buffie is a National Ambassador for The Lupus Foundation of America. She supports initiatives to raise awareness and funds for lupus research. Buffie is happily married to the love of her life, Dr. David. Purselle. They have two fur babies, Louie, a four-year-old toy poodle, and Prada, a two-year-old Labradoodle. She lives by the motto, “If you look for the bad in people, you will surely find it,” so she chooses to look for the good.

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