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Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by mrkhaynoni: 11:27pm On Mar 16
sonnie10:


Na hustle dey carry reach that place.

May God bless our hustle.
Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by Ynix: 8:13pm On Apr 16
Nicoswit:

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Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by adetayoonas: 7:32am On Apr 27
fbisystems:


I can't advise you to stay back in Nigeria or go to America, however, when you do your extensive research and you get the data, it will aid you in making a good decision.
Data helps you in making decisions
Put the ffwing questions into perspective
What do i intend doing in America?
Do i have the required documentation to work?
Have i been given a job?
Am i going to hussel?
What skill set do i have to compete in that market?
Do i intend starting a Business
Do i have a soft landing (family n friends )willing to accommodate me?
Do i have anyone who has gone the walk and willing to hold my hand through the journey

All these should part of the questions that should rattle your mind.
NB. Ur 22m is divided by 480
Naira is devalued.



Good questions ...but should I travel out if I have a job of 550k per month.
Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by DrAbayomi(m): 1:29pm On Jun 08
MrGoood:
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Good morning sir.. I hope you’re good sir! Pls take time and be read this sir... I had to quote you on a dead thread because of shame sir. I am a second year medical student in Uniben sir(Optometry) My Dad’s demise came weeks after my admission into the university. Since then it’s been my mum and I catering for the school expenses. My mum is a petty trader and proceed from her trade is not enough to cater for my school schooling sir. Feeding has posed a major challenge to me especially this semester sir. Pls help me in any way you can so I can get foodstuff sir. Survival is the most important thing right now sir. Proof of admission and all other things can be shown on request sir. I pray you see this cry
Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by excel1960(f): 4:15pm On Jun 10
Please what is the process to renew a B1/B2 visa that expired in April 2021?
Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by int0x80: 11:42pm On Jun 10
adetayoonas:




Good questions ...but should I travel out if I have a job of 550k per month.
No, don't.
Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by MajorLeaguePlay: 4:34am On Jun 11
awulio:
Not always the case. If u earning 150k a year there’s absolutely no way the government is taking 50% for tax. I used to work at a tax company so I know these things. Someone earning 150k pays 24% federal about 6% state. In New York they pay more state tax. And 1% of their house price in property tax. Max tax they pay would be 31% a year. With deductions etc they will probably only pay half of that. So about 15 to 20%..... the reason why Nigerians in America fall into debt is because they want to live lavish lives and they buy everything on credit. They will have mortgage, car loan then they will buy tv on credit, sofa on credit etc.... I know people that save 20k a month but the wife is a doctor and the husband is a software engineer. Even though they were making so much money they were still living in a small 2 bedroom apartment. Once they saved enough money they bought a big house. If you live frugal u can save a lot of money. You are correct concerning businesses. Most businesses pay little tax because they can deduct things such as rent, utilities, workers salary, mileage etc


You will go to Federal Prison for Tax Evasion.
Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by MajorLeaguePlay: 4:39am On Jun 11
MrGoood:

So they save between 10 to 20k annually? Why will I step feet in that place if they make below what I make here

The way the society is run is better than anything you can ever dream of.
Re: Nigerians In USA, Do You Save More Than N15 Million Yearly? by awulio(f): 3:48pm On Jun 11
You talking rubbish even billionaires don’t pay 50% tax. Highest is 42% and that’s for people that earn more than 10 million annually


MajorLeaguePlay:
You will go to Federal Prison for Tax Evasion.

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