Because it matters to me as it does to you equally.
-In this sentence I've placed the adverb at the end of the sentence even though I'd prefer to reform the sentence, for emphasis purposes, into:
Because it matters equally to me as it does to you.
Now I think I understand that "equally as" at least according to Merriam Webster is kind of a different or a separate informal usage for the adverb, but their examples require to use "as" two times, before and after the adverb, while my suggested example here only uses one, and I prefer it this way if it's okay. So my question is, do the suggested examples or does one of them work fine, or do I have to reform it into something like:
Because it matters as equally to me as it does to you.
or, placing "as" before and after the adverb directly:
Because it matters to me as equally as it does to you.
In other words, which of any of those sentences would work or would not work and do you suggest others? Also a note of punctuation enhancement would be great.