Every immigrant is on a life journey. The journey is a marathon, not a sprint.
Everybody has their own story of how they got here, and how they’ve navigated the journey to this point. Every individual has a distinct definition of their final desired state.
Every immigrant has their own unique narrative. Their narrative is defined by their upbringing, their journey of getting to the U.S. and the dreams that keep them going, day in, day out.
According to pewreaserch.org data, there were about 45 million immigrants in the U.S. in 2018 which is about 14% of the country’s population. This translates to 45 million, unique stories, stories best told by the owners.
What is your story?
What is your desired final state?
What is driving you to achieve that state?
Answering these questions goes a long way in helping you set financial goals and make a plan to achieve those goals.
We would love to hear and share your unique narrative. Ready to Get Started?
To continue being a part of the conversation on financial issues that affect immigrants subscribe to Elgon’s blog posts by email Sign up for regular updates.
Disclaimer: This article is provided for general information and illustration purposes only. Nothing contained in the material constitutes tax advice, a recommendation for the purchase or sale of any security, investment advisory services, or legal advice. I encourage you to consult a financial planner, accountant, and/or legal counsel for advice specific to your situation. Reproduction of this material is prohibited without written permission from Jane Mepham and all rights are reserved. Read the full disclaimer here.
How does the strategy of Early Retirement planning (FIRE) look different for tech workers in the US. on work visas, specifically for those from India, China, Canada, the UK, Russia, Brazil, and other countries looking to retire in the next 10 years around the age of 40.
This post has the specific details.
When you start a new job on a work visa, like H-1B, there are some key things you should do to ensure financial success. In this post, I’m providing a free resource (eBook) that addresses the top things to do to ensure a great financial start in your new job.