Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso Teaches You How To Protect Your Assets During The Global Crisis

Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso Teaches You How To Protect Your Assets During The Global Crisis
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Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso , continues to offer financial advice to his fans and followers amidst the global financial crisis. The US is also struggling with an economic crisis and David has been trying to offer his fans all kinds of financial tips and tricks regarding taxes and their wealth.

Check out the latest message that he shared on his social media account below.

'Protecting Your Assets The one thing that’s universal among the wealthy is they protect their assets. The U.S makes up 4.4% of the World’s population, 80% of the World’s lawyers and 96% of the World’s lawsuits. So irrespective of whether you have a home, a business, a portfolio of stocks or even just a bank account, you are one bad lawsuit from losing it all. Today at 3PM/PST (6PM/EST) on my new YOUTUBE channel I will show you the specific steps the wealthy 1% use to protect their assets; tangible tools and strategies you too can use to make sure you keep the things you’ve worked so hard for, for yourself and your family,' David wrote on his IG account.

Someone told him: 'Thank you!! Is it a class that I can take to become more savvy and conscious about money and savings? I've spoken with two financial advisors and they just want to sal life insurance policies to me.'

Another follower also offered their gratitude and said: 'Thank you! I will sit down with my children and were going to watch your videos for movie night. Very informative and helpful. I'm grateful that my children won't have student loans because of VA however, as an adult student, I do. I've earned my degree but the agony of paying student loan debt at my age is crazy. Thank God for income and the ability to pay them off.'

Someone else posted this message: '@david.adefeso I tuned in. Took copious notes. Excellent information. I can't wait for the class next Monday. Thanks for dropping these gems in an understandable way.'

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