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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.
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.
financial security, Financing for Small Business, Financing for Small Business

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...
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BEGINNERS: How To Invest In The Nigerian Stock Exchange

Exclusive article on how to invest in stock exchange for beginners.

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 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?
Tax - Expenses Allowable For Deduction From Profit In Nigeria

Tax – Expenses Allowable For Deduction From Profit In Nigeria

  Companies in Nigeria are statutorily required to pay 30% of their taxable profit as company income tax. However, before that tax is paid the tax...
What is capital allowance

What is Capital Allowance?

Capital Allowance is a claim against Assessable Profits by companies when computing their tax liabilities. It is only calculated when a company is computing its...
interim dividend, final dividend

Difference Between Interim Dividend and Final Dividend

Difference Between Interim Dividend and Final Dividend
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...
Avoid paying taxes

How to obtain an Income Tax Clearance Certificate for your company

In this article I am going to take you through a practical way of obtaining a tax clearance certificate from the Federal Inland Revenue...
How to avoid taxes in Nigeria - Tax remittances

How To Calculate Vat Remittances In Nigeria

Value Added Tax is an indirect form of taxation that is based on the consumption pattern of individuals and companies. In Nigeria VAT is...
Nigeria VAT

Who pays for Value Added Tax and Withholding Tax?

Let's explain this once and for all.
Investment options for salary earners - bank loan

Investment options for salary earners

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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

How To Calculate Cost To Income Ratio?

  I am sure some of us who bother reading financial statement of banks may have come in touch with the phrase "Cost To Income...
Ponzi Scheme

How to Know If It’s A Ponzi Scheme

If it is too good to be true then it really isn't true!
Naira currency

If you have N1m today, how would you invest it?

21-year old Ade, was gifted N1m by his rich aunty. He wants to save this to fund his wedding in 10 years. How should he deploy this fund? Find out via the link below...

What is C.O.T?

C.O.T is a commonly used abbreviation for Commission on Turnover. It is a charge levied on customer withdrawals by their banks. C.O.T charges are...
Tax Waivers for startups - Emotional intelligence

How to calculate deduction for employee compensation scheme

Just some years ago, the National Assembly replaced the Workmen's compensation act with the Employee Compensation Act (ECA).
reducing expenses

Beginners’ Guide: How to compute capital gains tax in Nigeria

Beginners' Guide: How to compute capital gains tax in Nigeria
Pension funds

Difference Between A Pension Fund Administrator And A Pension Fund Custodian

  PENSION FUND ADMINISTRATORS A Pension Fund Administrators in Nigeria are licensed to manage Pension Fund Assets on behalf of pension fund contributors. According to the...
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How to invest in the Nigerian Stock Exchange

How to invest in the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Avoid paying taxes

How to avoid paying excessive taxes in Nigeria

Taxes are statutory obligations of every citizen and businesses in a country. It is thus a major factor in determining how much income you...
What is a HMO

Explained: What is an HMO?

An HMO is an acronym for a "Health Maintenance Organisation" in Nigeria. They are companies mandated solely to manage the provision of health care...
How young Nigerians invest

Exclusive: A look at how young Nigerians invest their money nowadays 

As his phone finally buzzed with the notification of his salary payment, John pondered whether to stick to his investment plans or cheat for the last time. 
i-invest nairametrics, Treasury bills

What You Should Know About i-invest, the First Treasury Bills App In West Africa

Nairametrics has received a whole lot of mails pertaining to Sterling Bank's I-invest app.
Nigerian fixed deposits, mark to market

Guide to making money by investing in Nigerian Fixed Deposits

Guide to making money by investing in Nigerian Fixed Deposits
Pension

Guide to Nigerian Pension Fund Contribution

This article explains what you need to know about Nigerian Pension Fund Contribution. It addresses; How much to contribute ...
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