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To become a millionaire, here are some net worth benchmarks to set

To become a millionaire, set these benchmarks

Many work hard their entire life and never get the chance to enjoy much. Some retire with a meagre pension that sometimes is denied them.
Investment options for salary earners - bank loan

Investment options for salary earners

Investment options for the salary earners #Investing #Entrepreneurs #Investment #Salary #Wages
Loom Money Africa

Before you get ‘Loomified’, beware of the latest ponzi scheme in town

Following the launch of Loom, Nigerians have thrown caution to the wind as they rush to partake, forgetting the recent the drama accompanied the collapse of MMM.
Nigerian Stock Exchange, sound, C & I Leasing Plc, NSE launches factbook, Top 10 stockbroking firms

BEGINNERS: How To Invest In The Nigerian Stock Exchange

Exclusive article on how to invest in stock exchange for beginners.
Nairametrics Financial literacy, invest intelligently, portfolio diversification, treasury bills, Your next of kin, or not?, Investing in uncertain times, Things to accomplish during COVID-19 lockdown

If you’re in your 20s & 30s, here are some ideal investments

It struck me that I have peers who are struggling and confused about how and what to invest in while young, in order to ensure financial security at old age. So, I wrote this article...
How to earn extra income

Here are 10 ways you can earn an extra N50,000 every month

Many of us find ourselves struggling to augment our monthly regular take homes. What if there are other things we could do to earn extra incomes?

What You Need To Know About Value Added Tax (VAT) In Nigeria

  VAT is a tax on the supply of goods and services which is eventually borne by the final consumer but collected at each stage...
mutual funds

A guide to how Mutual Funds work in Nigeria

A guide to how Mutual Funds work in Nigeria
How To Get Back Unclaimed Dividends & Process e-dividends

How To Get Back Unclaimed Dividends & Process e-dividends

How To Get Back Unclaimed Dividends & Process e-dividends
CBN Gov Godiwn Emefiele

Investing in Nigeria’s FGN Bonds Explained

This articles explains what an FGN Bond is and how you can invest in one. What is a Bond? A bond is a contract between a...

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Bears dominate Nigeria bourse trading session, ASI down 2.02%

Bears dominate NSE trading session, ASI down 2.02%

The Nigerian bourse All Shares Index / Market Capitalization fell by -2.02% to close at 20,669.38 and N10.771trillion respectively
Switzerland's Kickstart calls for applications from Startups, entrepreneurs interested in Swiss market

Switzerland’s Kickstart calls for applications from startups with interest in Swiss economy

Kickstart has called for  applications from Startups that are interested in making a play for Switzerland's market.
NCC initiates second phase of sim deactivation, disables 2.2 million lines, MTN, Airtel, others contribute N6 trillion to GDP each quarter every year, NCC wades into coronavirus linkage with 5G, says controversy is untrue

NCC wades into Coronavirus linkage with 5G, says controversy is untrue

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has dismissed reports connecting the 5G network to the coronavirus disease. 
Dividends announced on the Nigerian stock exchange

List of Dividends announced so far in 2020 (April)

List of Dividends announced so far in 2020 (April)
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Update: FG to withdraw $150 million from sovereign wealth fund, to borrow $6.9 billion

President Muhammadu Buhari has given approval that the sum of $150 million should be withdrawn from the stabilization fund of the Nigerian Sovereign Wealth Fund