Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso Teaches His Fans How To Cut 80% Off Their Bills
Tamar Braxton, BF, David Adefeso has been offering precious financial advice on his social media account for his followers during these tough economic times we are living in. The coronavirus pandemic has been shaking the healthcare system, but it's also causing an economic disaster worldwide.
David is offering his fans and followers all kinds of tips and tricks and various pieces of advice in order to get past this issue as easily as possible.
'Cut your bills by 80% now! Over the past 2 weeks, as a result of mass layoffs and unprecedented work furloughs, a record 9 million Americans filed first time claims for unemployment. So, as millions of Americans worry about their physical health and protection from this pandemic, they are also worried about their financial health and how they will be able to pay their bills during these unprecedented times. Well, help is on the way!' David began his post.
He continued and said: 'There are many things you can do to manage your finances to survive the tough times ahead but you have to act fast. Pick up the phone or log on online and DO NOT STOP until you have reduced your bills by 50% - 80%. I can’t wait to hear what you’ve done to reduce your bills so please drop me a note in the comments section and let me know.'
A follower praised David's IG page and said the following: 'One of the most informative pages on social media to date. Everyone just hoarding or doing silly things but not taking responsibility for understanding what to do with their finances or what’s happening with the economy. Good job sir.'
One other commenter posted this: 'A lot of mortgage companies will defer ur payment for I think 3 months but the catch to it is they want all 3 months on the fourth month which is nuts.'
Someone else also praised David and said: 'Intelligent Nigerian brother. You are so right. I spoke to my mortgage company 2 weeks ago and they deferred my payment till July.'
A commenter also showed their gratitude and told David: 'Thanks for the info!! I have a question about the IRA, is the no penalty something that’s be established just for this pandemic? Usually, we get taxed greatly for withdrawals and will get taxed again when we file taxes.'
Tamar has been extremely proud of her man for the way in which he's trying to help people these days when life is governed by fear and uncertainty.