Cinneah El-Amin (pronounced: sin-ee-AH el-AH-meen) is the founder of Flynanced, an online personal finance platform that teaches Black women who are blowing money fast early in their careers how to manage their money NOW. Since paying off $23,000 of student loan and consumer debt, Cinneah has amassed a net worth of $85,000, and she aims to reach a $1 million net worth within the next ten years.
In this episode, we discuss what inspired Cinneah to begin her debt payoff journey and the practical strategies she used to pay off her loans in one year.
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In this week's extended interview, Cinneah and I chat about using geoarbitrage (living in a foreign country) as a way to build wealth.