Dee O., Author at The Rich Immigrant

Sign You Have Been Looking For. Inspirational
  • By Dee O.
  • January 12, 2021

20 Financial Goals Ideas For The New Year

It’s the beginning of the year (or any day in the year really) and you may be creating or fine-tuning your financial goals or your financial vision board. That’s amazing and I’d love to help! Here are 20 ideas of Read More...

Immigrant Owned Gift Guide
  • By Dee O.
  • November 26, 2020

The Ultimate Immigrant-Owned Gift Guide

Immigrants are widely perceived to be entrepreneurial. Elon Musk (Tesla), Arianna Huffington, (Thrive Global), and Rihanna (Fenty Beauty) are only some famous immigrants today.  A Harvard Business School study shows that immigrants are great entrepreneurs and the ‘immigrant mindset’ is Read More...

Immigrants Role in Social Movements
  • By Dee O.
  • October 28, 2020

5 Ways Immigrants Can Support Social Movements At Home

When I celebrated Nigeria’s independence day on October 1st, I said that there’s nothing like the Nigerian spirit. I believed strongly that my generation has the chance to turn the tide for my country, but also across the African continent. Read More...

Should i Invest of Pay Off Debt
  • By Dee O.
  • October 12, 2020

Should I Pay Off Debt Or Invest?

Paying down debt is amazing, but so is investing to build wealth. Should I pay off debt or invest first? This is a dilemma that many of us may find ourselves on our financial journey. It can be challenging to Read More...

Finance Terms That Should Not Intimidate You. The Rich Immigrant Blog
  • By Dee O.
  • October 5, 2020

12 Financial Terms That Shouldn’t Intimidate You

Many of us are intimidated by personal finance. Financial terms can be confusing but they really don’t have to be. At some point, I froze at the thought of learning about investing but not anymore! You don’t have to turn Read More...

How To Build Wealth Slowly
  • By Dee O.
  • September 30, 2020

How To Build Wealth Slowly

There are many great stories that show a rapid race to high net worth, debt payoff, or savings. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with those stories (the legal ones anyway). However, for most of us, those stories are not relatable because Read More...

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