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Andre Albritton

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The Millennials Next Door
saving, millennial money, millennial finance, retirement, budgeting, 401k, insurance
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Atlanta, Georgia, United States
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DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
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For those who don’t know, Tulsa Real Estate Fund (TREF) has become the first 100% black-owned Tier 2 Real Estate Crowd Fund and launched over the past few days. As of today’s date, they have raised over $7.1 million smackers with the goal of investing in real estate and combatting gentrification. Night of June 2nd, 2018 (below)Morning of June 3rd, 2018 (below) TREF is not based in Tulsa, Oklahoma despite ...
Posted: Jun 03 2018 @ 10:36 AM
Back in the old days (a decade or so ago) people didn’t want to invest on their own and only felt safe with a large wealth investment firm controlling their hard earned money. Fast-forward ten years and consumer attitude have performed a 180-degree trick which sent the same firms stumbling on how to accommodate. It resulted in lower fees alongside new online features.Outside of the large firms were entrepreneurs who ...
Posted: Jun 01 2018 @ 4:53 PM
It has been a few months since I did a post about my frugal adventures in life. Not that I been spending cash like Tony Stark or anything, just haven’t had any worthwhile adventures. This is issue #4 of the Adventures of Frugal Man, where I tell my frugal stories from time to time. To catch up on the other three issues click the link below. I recently read earlier ...
Posted: May 24 2018 @ 11:15 PM
Budgeting can be challenging especially with Amazon lurking on the internet or living in a fun hip city. But a budget is necessary to become wealthy. Earning more money without a plan can still lead to financial ruin, just ask M.C. Hammer.Starting off today’s weekly post, we need to first define what a budget exactly is. A budget is a detailed plan for telling your money what it needs to ...
Posted: May 18 2018 @ 7:40 PM
The journey to financial freedom is a long drawn out process. And it always comes down to the numbers. If your income is only enough for the bare necessities then there is nothing in the margin (income – expenses) that can be used for paying off debt, investing or saving.This post is for all my neighbors who considered a side hustle that doesn’t take over the regular job. Having extra ...
Posted: May 11 2018 @ 7:29 PM
Spoiler Disclaimer: This post will contain excerpts and plot lines from the Marvel most recent film the Avengers Infinity War. So, this is your fair warning to turn back now…….and probably go see the movie too.Hey neighbors! Last week I saw the new Avengers movie and although I wasn’t a big fan I did learn a few lessons from Thanos. I mean let’s be honest, he was the only character ...
Posted: May 03 2018 @ 10:31 PM
Hey neighbors, so this post topic is coming from an annual competition held by the organization CFSI. Each year they hold a competition to help spread financial literacy & health. Also, it’s apart of Financial Literacy month (April) and this year’s topic is concerning student financial health. For my thoughts on the matter, I will be focusing on “ROI of a Master’s Degree?”I picked this topic simply because a bachelor’s ...
Posted: Apr 25 2018 @ 5:20 PM
Quick recap folks. The idea of writing on the Acorns app came about for two reasons:1. I posted on the Instagram account recently of how I withdrew the money ($490) from the account to allocated percentages to travelling, credit card and a Roth account. The post gained a lot of attention and multiple questions. So, to take advantage of millennials short attention span I wanted to go ahead and cover ...
Posted: Apr 20 2018 @ 2:18 PM
Hey there neighbors! This post is rather straightforward as I will just be going over how my 1st quarter f 2018 went. The goal on this is for my story to help you along your journey toward financial freedom and your own definition of wealth. Overall, our 1st 2018 quarter went well considering we were a one household income for the last quarter in 2017. I’m not a big complainer ...
Posted: Apr 14 2018 @ 8:20 AM
Last week I was invited out to the Global Hope Forum annual conference in hot Atlanta, and I of course accepted. This was my first time at the conference and hearing about the organization. Honestly, I accepted because I love networking and the conference financial topics had peaked my interest. The fact I could attend for free was a major bonus. I decided to attend the afternoon sessions to save ...
Posted: Apr 01 2018 @ 12:08 PM


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