Posts filed under: Dreamer Life

Dreamer Life

Dreamers have distinguished financial situation. We have to juggle two different cultures while the U.S. government decides when and how we work and live. Out of the shadows and unafraid, take control of your money and achieve the American dream!

None of these companies are paid or affiliate partners. I simply want to highlight the companies that will help you send money abroad conveniently. You can still check out my disclaimer page if you want! I’m astounded by how little...
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Maybe I haven’t looked hard enough, but I cannot name very many Hispanic personal finance bloggers. Nor can I name, at the top of my head, an individual who is among the ranks, of say, someone like Dave Ramsey. There...
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Have you seen the news? There is so much uncertainty about the future of DACA and the thousands of Dreamers in this country. I’m not trying to freak you out (you can do that all by yourself if you spend...
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This post contains affiliate links. That means that if you click on one of those links, I may receive a small commission, but you won’t pay a cent! Please visit the Disclaimer page.  I want to challenge you to do something...
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For many Dreamers covered under DACA, the Republican tax plan is not their main priority. Many are at risk of losing their work permits or have already lost it. Congress plans to postpone DACA talks until January of 2018, after...
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I’ve been around the personal finance community now for about a year. This community is the closest thing to a family involving social media, strangers, and blogging. Everyone is ready to help each other problem solve and willing to share...
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This weekend I had the pleasure to interview dreamer, entrepreneur and fellow Austinite Diego Corzo. Diego and I talk about the future of DACA, his accomplishments and struggles as a Dreamer and how he achieves financial independence house hacking.  House...
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  • Living Will
This page contains affiliate links. That means that if you click on one of those links, I may receive a small commission, but you won’t pay a cent more! I used to think a will was for old people, or...
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On November 10 we celebrated seven months of being completely debt free after we paid off our car loan. One of our new year’s resolution was to pay off all debt by 2017. We made the first payment towards the car...
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  • allies
There’s always a story that will captivate you! As you go through life you can’t help but remember it and constantly see how it applies to snippets of your journey. That’s how this story my professor in college told the...
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