INVESTING WITH NGN 10,000 OR LESS (2)

This is the second part of how you can invest with NGN 10,000 or less. In case you missed the first part you can check it out here. SHARES: According to Investopedia, shares are units of ownership interest in a corporation or financial asset. The returns from investing in shares of a company are through... Continue Reading →

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READING ON A BUDGET

I have loved reading since I was a child. My mother is also an avid reader so there were always books around the house for me to read. I am pretty sure I have read every single fiction book that we have at home. Nowadays, my mum does not buy as many books as she... Continue Reading →

HOW I CREATE MY MONTHLY BUDGET

As I have become more serious about developing a saving and investing culture, I now think of myself like a company when it comes to setting my personal finance goals and targets. Since I started work in January, I consider that the beginning of my financial year and in December (the end of my financial... Continue Reading →

WHAT IS SAVING WITH OJ ABOUT?

My name is Ojuolape Kalesanwo. I am a twenty something year old working in Lagos, Nigeria. In January this year, I started my first full time job, as a lawyer. It meant I was no longer getting an allowance from my parents. While I still live at home rent-free, I am now responsible for paying... Continue Reading →

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