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Bo Amusa

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Young Income
General Finance
Budgeting, Debt, Investing, Millennial
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Atlanta, Georgia, United States
African American
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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A wise man once said “There will always be haters that’s the way it is hater ‘dudes’ marry hater ‘chics’ and have hater kids” ~Kanye West. Of course, I changed the lyrics because this is a family blog, but you get the point. Haters gonna hate that is just life. Some people have been hating […] ...
Posted: Dec 10 2017 @ 10:46 PM
My girlfriend and I welcomed a new baby boy this past summer and he’s been such a true blessing into our lives. As soon as we found out we were expecting we opened up a joint 360 checking and savings account with Capital One. With Capital One 360 you can easily create accounts and use […] ...
Posted: Nov 19 2017 @ 6:50 PM
This is a guest post by Patty Moore, a new blogger who writes about personal finance, careers, and family at WorkingMotherLife.com. Patty can also be found on Twitter @WorkMomLife! After chipping away at your mortgage, credit card bills, or loans for a few years, it is likely that you’ve noticed just how big of a chunk it makes in your wallet. Whether you need extra money to meet your needs, you ...
Posted: Oct 19 2017 @ 9:38 PM
“Yeah right” “Yeah right”, “Get Outta Here”, “Stop Lying”, I know what you’re thinking as you opened this blog post and read that headline. Millionaires live lavishly in huge mansions, drive expensive cars and eat at fancy restaurants every night. Growing up watching MTV Cribs and seeing how celebrities and athletes lived I assumed every millionaire had this lifestyle. I was completely wrong and unaware of how the average millionaire moves. ...
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This post is inspired by Jay Z’s latest album 4:44. My favorite track off of that album is called “Legacy”. It starts off by his daughter Blue Ivy Carter says “Daddy what’s a will?” and Jay Z begins to talk about generational wealth and the legacy he wants to pass on to his family throughout the song. Personally, this track couldn’t have dropped at a better time because ...
Posted: Jul 23 2017 @ 9:04 PM
The 2017 NBA Finals ended earlier this month and the Golden State Warriors were crowned champions. They were led by Finals MVP Kevin Durant. Plenty of debates sparked up again about Kevin Durant’s decision to leave OKC Thunder a year ago and to create a ‘super team’ with the Warriors. Personally, when Durant left during free agency, I was extremely upset because I’m a huge Westbrook fan and I felt ...
Posted: Jun 25 2017 @ 2:51 PM
When it comes to figuring out your career path my only advice for young millennials is to do your research. At 18 years old, we were told to go to college and pick a major that will eventually lead to a nice paying job. Then work that job until your 65 years old and retire. The current high school education model didn’t properly explain to us the opportunity cost of ...
Posted: Jun 04 2017 @ 5:53 PM
Congrats!!! You did it, all of the hard work and countless hours of studying finally paid off. Now welcome to the “real world”. Now that you’re about to begin this journey into your career path I want to give you guys some advice that I learned over the years. When you get your first job it will most likely be the highest salary you’ve earned to date. You will have ...
Posted: May 20 2017 @ 2:44 PM


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