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.
Everyone always has their needs, we all want to walk into a store and get the latest electronic gadget even when they are not needed. Perhaps we have that friend down the street we can pick up stuff from with the promise to pay later or that boutique down the store. Even though we still have a roll-over debt from the past three months but still make a credit purchase regardless.
Nigerians are quite a sports-mad people and the nation loves to indulge its people. We love our football (or soccer, as the rest of the world calls it), and we take our athletics seriously. In fact, we’re so serious about our sports that some of them have turned into lucrative career options.
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.
Saving money is one of the best ways to help your wallet in the future. But how exactly can you save money? Let’s explore! The first and foremost benefit of savings is that it can provide you with a reserve fund from which to fall back on in the event of an unexpected expense. This allows you to manage your spending more effectively and avoid overspending.