How to Deal With Financial Problems Using Simple Practical Methods.

It is in our nature to encounter problems. No matter how careful and prudent we try to be, there comes a time in our lives when we are confronted with challenges, whether in our career, education, or finances. These difficulties arrive so quickly and unexpectedly that we are at a loss for what to do … Continue reading How to Deal With Financial Problems Using Simple Practical Methods.

Digital financial literacy, a necessity for anyone looking to quit their 9-5 job In Nigeria.

Pixabay Images Consider how many times you have helped someone by resolving minor issues with their mobile phones in the past. Ringing tones, mobile volume, and so on; the list is endless. Probably a hundred times, if not just yesterday. While we occasionally have to wait patiently for the "expert" to handle our little phone … Continue reading Digital financial literacy, a necessity for anyone looking to quit their 9-5 job In Nigeria.

7 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s

Pixabay Images Our twenties are exciting years because we are officially responsible for every action we take. In the process, we are frequently carried away by the drama around us, and before long, we find ourselves in our late twenties and early thirties with a large portfolio of mistakes trailing behind us, ready to haunt … Continue reading 7 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s

Four Factors Contributing to Poor Retirement in Nigeria and How To Avoid Them.

Pixabay Images What do you see when you hear the word retirement? According to Harry Emerson Fosdick, “Don’t simply retire from something; have something to retire to.” The retirement age in Nigeria is 60 years or 35 years of unbroken service. A law stipulated for all sectors except that of education where the ‘The older … Continue reading Four Factors Contributing to Poor Retirement in Nigeria and How To Avoid Them.

What are the Causes Of Illiteracy In Nigeria

Pixabay Images For a very long time, illiteracy has been and will continue to be one of the main causes of financial woes many Nigerians continue to face today. Nigeria ranks 7 in the world's most populated countries with over 200 million people but has a whopping 78 million illiterate adults, and ranks 20 among … Continue reading What are the Causes Of Illiteracy In Nigeria

Microfinance Banks In Nigeria and How They Affect Your Finances

Microfinance banks have been around for a reasonable long time, always eager to offer financial aid and assistance to the unemployed and those in need. But what exactly is a Microfinance bank in Nigeria? A Microfinance bank in Nigeria is a Central Bank-licenced industry that makes financial assistance easily accessible to the unemployed, small business … Continue reading Microfinance Banks In Nigeria and How They Affect Your Finances

Financial Inclusion In Nigeria and The Challenges It Faces

To be an average Nigerian is to work and at the end of the month, you collect your salary and pay your debts. In a country where 53.4% of the population is financially illiterate- Businessday, the need for financial inclusion cannot be overstated. In any form, financial inclusion remains a key enabler to lift Nigerians … Continue reading Financial Inclusion In Nigeria and The Challenges It Faces

Digital Financial Product

Digital financial products are not money related mysteries like most people would think them. In Nigeria, money and internet talks are greeted with apprehension and mistrust rather than tools for financial freedom and innovation. The increasing demand for digitization of day to day operations can only be appreciated and employed for personal benefits if only … Continue reading Digital Financial Product