About Dollar Financials
Founded in 2020, Dollar Financials aims to simplify personal finances and help readers become better with their money. Since then, over 1 million readers have learned about making and saving money, taking the steps they need to live their best lives and become financially independent.
Many of us haven’t learned how to manage our money effectively, as they simply don’t teach us that in school.
With many Americans struggling to make ends meet, it has become more important than ever for folks to find ways to stretch their budget and maximize every dollar.
Dollar Financials teaches you about strategies to make, save, and manage your money so that you can become financially free.
This blog focuses on writing about strategies to:
Make Money: We teach you how to make extra money online and from side hustles, plus work-from-home jobs and gig economy apps you can use to become your own boss.
Save Money: Learn how to save money on any income and stop living from paycheck to paycheck. We also discuss the best ways to get cash back and shopping hacks!
Manage Money: Learn the best financial tips for managing and investing your money, planning for retirement, paying off debt, and more.
We want to help you increase your income while living your best life. We provide easy, actionable steps and information to help you save and make more money.
Our mission at Dollar Financials is to:
Help you become better at managing your money – one step at a time!
About the Founder
Dr. Enoch Omololu, DVM, MSc (Econ), is the founder of Dollar Financials.
He is a personal finance blogger with a Master’s degree in Finance and Investment Management from the University of Aberdeen Business School, Scotland.
He has a passion for helping win with their personal finances and has written about side hustles, investments, credit management, retirement planning, and other money topics for over a decade.
His writing has been featured or quoted in prominent personal finance publications, including Forbes, Business Insider, Best Life, MSN, The Globe and Mail, GOBankingRates, Yahoo, MarketWatch, and others.
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