Immigrant Finances #17: Bald Money Guy

Immigrant Finances Interview Series - Bald Money Guy

I am excited to present the 17th guest of the interview series, Bald Money Guy. In his own words, “Not a lawyer, doctor, engineer or making anywhere near the six-figure mark (yet!).
Just a bald guy from The Bronx detailing the journey to FI.”

Immigrant Finances #16: Jarek From Time In The Market

Immigrant Finances - Interview Series Featuring Jarek From Time In The Market

I am very happy to present the 16th guest of the of the interview series – Jarek from Time In The Market. He is a 30 something guy taking an easy path to financial independence. He is not overly frugal but wants to get out of the grind while he is still young enough to enjoy life. He believes there’s no rush but you never know what the future will bring and it’s always good to be prepared. The goal is to be financially independent by his early 40s.

Immigrant Finances #15: Dr. Chipo Dendere

Immigrant Finances - Interview Series Featuring Chipo Dendere

I am very happy to present 15th guest of the interview series – Dr. Chipo Dendere. She is a Zimbabwean born scholar of political science. I study factors that influence party survival and democratization in the developing world. As a Consortium for Diversity – Post-Doctoral fellow At Amherst College, I teach Political Sciences classes on African Politics and Democratization in the Developing World.

All You Need to Know About Sending Money Overseas

The international money transfer industry, like many others, has transformed significantly since the turn of the last century. While this field was the domain of banks and a handful of high-street forex brokers in the past, it has witnessed a FinTech explosion of sorts in recent times. However, now that people have scores of options from which to choose, deciding which service provider to select might seem daunting. It does not have to be – provided you pay attention to a few simple aspects.