If you want to have a greater chance of reaching your financial goals and completing worthy objectives, you must stop the money drain that soaks away all your money as soon as it appears. The following suggestions can help you maintain financial discipline and realign your priorities.
Are you considering renting or buying a house? This decision can be overwhelming, but it’s important to understand the pros and cons of each option before making a decision.
As a Nigerian, having the best quality items is highly important to me even if I have to pay through my teeth. If I can then get quality items on a budget? Ah, pami o. Generally, people think of cars as a luxury but it is a necessity and as a Nigerian getting a car on a budget can be tricky. Luckily, the prices of cars in Nigeria are very competitive. This means you can get really good cars for a bargain. You can find great bargains on used cars, trucks, vans, SUVs and minivans for tens of thousands of naira (approximately less than $3,000). So if you’re looking to get a car on a budget, read on.
For some of us who are already aware of a coming recession, it has been a terrible financial year. The financial crisis, the recession, and now the economic murkiness all conspire to make 2023 even more difficult than usual. But if you’re ready to hit the reset button on your N1 trillion savings account and start planning for the long term, you’ve come to the right place.