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Adebayo Fasanya

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Budgeting, investing, personal finance tips
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Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States
African American
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SIK (Single Income, Kids)
Pulmonary critical care physician
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The Editorial team at The Money Mix recently published an awesome post that must be shared. They were on a mission to identify legitimate work at home opportunities, the result is they identified the ten best jobs. I have republished their findings so you can enjoy an unbiased review of work at home opportunities that […] The post 10 Legitimate Work From Home Jobs That Actually Make Money (2019) appeared first ...
Posted: May 16 2019 @ 9:43 PM
12 TODDLER STEPS TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM It should come as no surprise that I get inspiration from Dave Ramsey’s 7 baby steps to financial freedom. In addition to his reading his book, I listen to his podcast on YouTube. One of my main modes of entertainment is listening to him chastise people who made “foolish” […] The post 12 TODDLER STEPS TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM appeared first on Dr. Breathe Easy Finance. ...
Posted: May 15 2019 @ 2:01 PM
Don’t let the title- mathematics for business and personal finance scare you. In this article, the mathematics involved are very simple yet so important to know if you want to improve your financial outlook.  To make this more useful and fun, I enlisted the help of my personal finance blogger friends. We will be going […] The post 7 Almighty Mathematics For Business And Personal Finance appeared first on Dr. Breathe ...
Posted: May 14 2019 @ 5:17 PM
Leaky wallet syndrome (LWS) is a psychological mindset and disease that makes it impossible for individuals to hold on to money or build wealth. The minute they earn money, they find ways to spend it almost immediately.  Income is not the problem in this syndrome, it is the spending habit. While they make a decent income, these individuals find it impossible to live below their means.  Examples of classic symptoms ...
Posted: May 05 2019 @ 6:18 PM
While this might have been a funny or unfunny version of my venting, there are some things I felt need to be addressed. 3 personal finance lessons from eating ketchup. Human nature loves entertainment than something serious, even if it will improve our lives. You can relate finance to anything, just gotta be creative There is a sweet spot for everyone in finance – just like the 57 spots for ketchup bottle Keep your ...
Posted: May 01 2019 @ 9:00 AM
These are 5 pillars of money that we need to pass on to our children. We all want our kids to do better than us. Family money school is a good place to start. As parents wanting to raise money-savvy kids, it can feel like there are literally hundreds of different things you need to teach your kids in order for them to win with money. But with busy lives ...
Posted: Apr 28 2019 @ 9:00 AM
What if there was a way to earn cash back from your daily purchases that you already make? Companies like Ibotta allow you to do just that. What is the Ibotta cashback app and how does it work? Can you actually make money using Ibotta? Is Ibotta a trustworthy app to use? The post Ibotta Cashback App Review : Can You Actually Make Money? {With Video} appeared first on Dr. Breathe ...
Posted: Apr 25 2019 @ 9:00 AM
Miriam is a self-appointed wealth advocate and has been studying personal finance since 2007. Miriam grew up in the Washington DC metropolitan area and has been working in the financial services and lending industry for over a decade. She went from saving $1 a day to $50 a month to over $13,333 a year!  She also walks us through how she got $50,000 debt monkey off her back. The post How I Got ...
Posted: Apr 23 2019 @ 9:00 AM
I get this question constantly, whether to invest pretax vs after tax. Obviously, the answer is to do both if you can. However, some want to really nail it down to which one to invest in first or prioritize. This is important if funds are limited for example, while in training.  Benjamin Franklin said, Nothing […] The post Pretax vs After Tax Investment – Which Is Better? appeared first on Dr. ...
Posted: Apr 21 2019 @ 9:50 AM
The Envelope Cash System – Mrs Breathe Easy Finance When I was in college, I worked a part-time job to be semi-independent and support myself. I wanted to be able to afford groceries and other basic necessities, without having to constantly rely on my family. I worked in an office as a student secretary and […] The post You Should Try Envelope Cash System Budgeting At Least Once In Your Lifetime ...
Posted: Apr 18 2019 @ 9:10 AM


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