Hello, and welcome to my blog!
My name is Enoch Omololu. I am a ‘new’ Canadian, and immigrated to this beautiful country in 2011. I am a happily married dad with 2 awesome little boys and we currently reside in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
I am a Veterinarian by profession. However, I have always been interested in finance and investing. My twenties was spent obtaining my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, starting up and eventually selling a lucrative freshwater fish-breeding business, spending some time in Europe, obtaining a masters degree in finance and investment management from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and getting married. I have been through my share of ups and downs as an immigrant in Canada. However, overall, my adopted country – Canada – has been good to me. Now in my thirties, I am working towards an early retirement, providing my children with an opportunity to obtain their university education (first degree) debt-free, and financial freedom to do all the things I have always wanted to do. In my spare time, I do website designing over at Winnipeg Web Solutions.
About this blog
Savvy New Canadians is a personal finance blog dedicated to sharing relevant information as it relates to personal finance, financial freedom, DIY investing, money management, budgeting, debt management, savings, creating multiple streams of income, entrepreneurship, productivity, frugal living, and much more. Financial literacy is a must in this day and age, and for ‘new’ Canadians, it may even be a ‘life-saver’. This blog is my way of sharing my financial journey with you. Remember, this is a personal blog and my writings are my opinions and mine alone. Read the Disclaimer below.
Who this site is for
This blog is for the ones who want real-life, up-to-date, valuable, everyday personal finance information. The ‘new’ Canadians who want to catch up on lost time. The busy ones who want to become financially savvy, financially free, and retire early. The ones who want out of debt. The ones who want to leave something tangible for posterity.
This blog is my personal blog and reflects my opinions. I am not a licensed financial adviser. All articles herein are presented as an educational resource and should not be considered as professional financial or individualized investment advice. Readers should always exercise their own judgement when making any decisions about their money.
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