There is a general belief that you cannot be rich working for someone else. Here is how to prove that wrong.
We often hear stories of people being defrauded of thousands, or even millions of Naira. As scary as the stories sound, we oftentimes still fail to take certain precautions to ensure we don’t fall victim.
Poor financial risk management is one of the factors responsible for the failure of businesses in Nigeria and across the world.
In my last piece, I talked about why you should measure the performance of your investments. I also promised to talk about how you can calculate the performance measurement metrics needed to appraise your investments.
How can you save to meet a predefined target in the future? For example, if you want to save to hit a future target sum for the education of your child, how can you implement a target Saving Plan?
Investment performance is best understood after understanding what an investment is. Simply put, investment is the initial forfeiture of something of value, now, in exchange for the anticipated benefit of getting back more than what was forfeited.
Estate Planning is all about planning for risks such as ill health, inability to earn income, untimely death, etc. It is also about the transfer of property
Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox (MMM), the Russian-founded Ponzi scheme which wrecked the lives of so many Nigerians in 2017 is back in business.
Financial Expert, Kalu Aja, has enumerated what anybody who wishes to get a loan should consider before getting one. According to Aja, there are five things that must be considered prior to getting a loan.
Developing the habit of saving money consistently is one of the most difficult things to do on the planet. There are a lot of reasons why this is so.
Nigerian banks are profitable entities, as evidenced by their annual financial statements and the performance of the banking index. However, one aspect of the banking industry in Nigeria many people dislike is the fact that the bank charges seem to be a lot and on the high side.
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