How to Consistently Save $85,000 Per Year – with Jamila Souffrant

How to Save $85k in 12 Months - with Jamila Souffrant

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When a goal-oriented person discovers the excitement and allure of financial independence, there is little that can stop them from reaching this huge milestone.

The intensity and results are multiplied when you have a married couple with a combined six-figure income working toward the same goal. This is a recipe for skyrocketing the net worth and savings.

To demonstrate this type of savings superpower, I’ve invited Jamila Souffrant on the show today. In 2016, she and her husband partnered together to save over $85,000 in just 12 short months.

And then … they did it again in 2017.  

What are we covering today?

Jamila and I discuss:

  • How she and her husband have consistently saved $85k per year
  • What she’s doing with that money
  • Why financial independence is such an important family goal for her

As a full-time employee, mother of two, entrepreneur and wife, Jamila personifies hard work and family dedication. Her passion for success is infectious. 

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How to Consistently Save and Invest $85,000 Per Year - with Jamila Souffrant

About Our Guest:  Jamila Souffrant

How to Save $85k in 12 Months - with Jamila Souffrant

Jamila Souffrant is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), podcaster, blogger, money coach and founder of Journey To Launch where she shares her journey to reach Financial Freedom and helps others do the same. As a money expert who “walks her talk” she helps brave Journeyers; gain clarity around their finances and create an actionable plan to reach their goals.


Money Master of the Week

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She is inspired by the excitement in the Financial Independence (FI) Community and she wants in! After the credit cards, Tess is laser-focused on the erasing car debt from her life.

Tess from Minnesota is our Money Master of the Week!

You can learn more about Tess’s debt destruction path at A Half Stick.

If you have a financial victory you want to share on this show, please leave me a voicemail (or email) and include the following: name, location, your big win, how you did it and your plans for the future.

Your story will inspire others to save more, make more and plan for their family’s future.


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Jamila souffrant’S RESOURCES

WebsiteJourneyToLaunch.com

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“If we command our wealth, we shall be rich and free. If our wealth commands us, we are poor indeed.”
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Andy Hill, a mid-30’s father of two living in the metro Detroit area, pens the MarriageKidsandMoney.com (MKM) blog taking you through the trials and tribulations of being a young parent and husband who is planning for his family’s future and winning with money.

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