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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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Don’t spend more than you make. Yup, that’s it right there…. Just kidding, it’s simple, but not easy. I want to focus on the solutions to the problems you’re probably running into. Some people literally don’t know how much they spend on the daily. Some people get hit by random emergency expenses throughout the month. […] The post How to Avoid Paying Overdraft Fees? appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: May 14 2019 @ 10:46 PM
What is DRIP? I know you’re probably thinking of the popular slang term ‘Drip’ which refers to someone’s style, sauce or swag. Came through drippin (DRIP DRIP) The DRIP I’m referring to is an acronym for Dividend Reinvestment Program. Once you purchase a stock or Index/mutual fund you become a shareholder. A dividend is a […] The post Do your Investments have DRIP? appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Feb 26 2019 @ 1:28 AM
If you get a large tax refund every single year, you might be overpaying the IRS(Internal Revenue Service). Contrary to that if you owe every year you might be underpaying. One great thing about it, is that you can make a change any time. Yes, you can update something called a W-4 form with your […] The post Stop Overpaying the IRS!! appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Jan 19 2019 @ 4:05 PM
4 min read Throughout the course of the year we tend to forget minor aspects that have a huge impact on our everyday lives. This blog post will help you revisit some of those things that get lost in translation. 10.) Taxes When was the last time you looked into your federal and state withholdings? […] The post 10 Money Things to Reevaluate with the New Year appeared first on Young ...
Posted: Dec 30 2018 @ 5:15 PM
  4 minute read   Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki is one the most popular personal finance books of all time. Mr. Kiyosaki discusses his childhood growing up and learning about finances from two different perspectives. One of his real dad who was an educator(Poor Dad) and the other of his friend’s […] The post My Rich Dad, Poor Dad Review appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Nov 11 2018 @ 10:40 PM
4 minute read The most valuable thing you have in this life is your time. When it comes to saving it is so crucial to start as soon as possible. The younger you are, the better because you have the time to witness your savings compound and grow. The most important thing you can do […] The post 7 Reasons Why You Should Start Saving Today appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Oct 15 2018 @ 12:54 AM
This post contains affiliate links with Haven Life Insurance Life insurance is a touchy subject for most. The average person does not want to think about their death, so they don’t put in the effort to actually plan for it. This thought process needs to change. I’ve seen a numerous amount of GoFundMe accounts after […] The post GoFundMe is Not Life Insurance Get Insured! appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Aug 20 2018 @ 12:09 AM
This week I have a guest post written by Andy Kearns. Andy Kearns is a Content Analyst for LendEDU and works to produce personal finance content to help educate consumers across the globe. When he’s not writing, you can find Andy cheering on the new and improved Lakers, or somewhere on a beach. Knowing how […] The post Investing 101: What Beginners Need to Know appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Jul 11 2018 @ 6:45 PM
Generally speaking, for the average American, our housing and cars are the biggest monthly expenses we have. A majority of people base rent/mortgage and car payments off of their gross salaries. I personally don’t think that’s the best way to go about planning your lifestyle. I know apartment complexes and mortgage lenders typically use gross […] The post Plan Your Lifestyle With Your Take-Home Pay appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Jun 29 2018 @ 8:55 PM
It’s been over a year since I made my last car payment. The feeling of not having to owe anybody was worth the temporary struggle. When I started my journey into becoming debt free I thought it would never end. Every month logging into my Ally auto loan account and looking at the amount I […] The post Training Your Mind to Become Debt Free appeared first on Young Income. ...
Posted: Apr 26 2018 @ 9:26 AM


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