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March.6.18Budget‬
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There is a common misconception that you have to spend huge amounts of money to look good. I am no fashion expert but I do know that being well dressed doesn’t have to cost a fortune. If you invest some time in careful planning and treat your clothes like an investment, you will be able […]

November.6.17Budget‬
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October 10th was World Mental Health day. Money matters are often cited as having a direct impact on mental health due to the influence money has on our standard of living. It also impacts our continued involvement in many social activities. When money is tight, we are placed under a huge amount of stress. Trying […]

October.31.17Budget‬
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Good Morning Nimi, I’m writing because I literally don’t know what else to do and I am too ashamed to talk to anyone I know about this. I will be 30 years old in a few months and I have no savings whatsoever…not even N1. I have been living a lie for so long giving […]

July.21.17Budget‬
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March.31.17Budget‬
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The use of the term “nest-egg’ to refer to savings dates back to the 16th century. The practise of putting a real or china egg into a hen’s nest was to encourage her to lay more eggs. The connection between this and the ‘savings’ meaning may be that the egg that was placed in the […]

August.6.16Budget‬
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Chike Okoye is a Nigerian student based in the United States. He works parttime to keep up his college fee payments and sends money home regularly through Western Union to support his ailing father Chief Okoye and his siblings. When Chief Okoye had a stroke three years ago, which left him severely incapacitated, he had […]

March.27.16Budget‬
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There are several stories attributed to the origins of the term “don’t put all your eggs in one basket”. The phrase is often attributed to Miguel Cervantes, a contemporary of Shakespeare. In its contemporary context, it refers to the concept of diversification as an investment strategy and the fact if you put all of your […]

March.26.16Budget‬
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Do you remember the tale of “The goose that laid the golden egg.” It goes like this; Once upon a time there was a farmer who owned a goose. One morning he found that the goose had laid a golden egg. Thereafter, each day the goose would lay a golden egg. The farmer soon made […]

September.29.15Budget‬
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Calculating your net worth: Your net worth is a snap shot of what you own, your assets, less the debt that you owe; your liabilities. Your net worth gives you a true picture of what you actually own and is one of the most accurate measures of your financial progress. It can be a useful tool with which to track your progress […]

August.6.15Budget‬
Radio, Nimi Akinkugbe, Life's events, retirement, Marriage, Getting married, preparing for marriage, Scool, education, real estate, Buying a house,
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Life events range from the significant milestones of starting a first job, to getting married and starting a family, educating your children, losing a job, relocating, buying a home, caring for aging parents, losing a loved one, and planning for your retirement and your estate. Our lives are shaped by these various events which come […]

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