Tips to Help You Control Spending during the Yuletide period

The festive period is here again, But 2020 has been a tough year for the world at large, no thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic. Most countries of the world are either still in recession or just finding their foot economically. The fact remains that people still need to celebrate with their loved ones this season. The Yuletide season used to be a season where most people spend more because of the nature of the period. From buying gifts for friends and family to organizing get-together and hangouts, this year might not be an exception especially here in Nigeria has Life is gradually returning to normal after the lockdown and curfew imposed after the #endsars protest in many states of the federation. Looking at the economy currently, things are quite expensive, from transportation, food, and other items but I trust Nigerians "we go still celebrate". Here are a few tips to minimize and control your spending this period 1. Set Holiday Spending Limits : Holiday budgeting is a way to set limits on your purchases and still enjoy the season. this will also help you to monitor how much you spend during this period. 2. Buy things ahead: It is a normal situation in Nigeria that prices of commodities skyrocket during…

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How Shares works

What is a share? In a simple term, a share is just a fraction or percentage of ownership of a company or a financial asset. Anyone who holds shares of any company is known as a shareholder. How Does Investing in Shares Works Investing in shares means buying, keeping, and selling the shares in order to make money. You buy the shares when it's at a low price, keep for a period, and resell when it's a high value or price. How Do You Earn From Shares There are two ways you can earn or make money from shares. If the company grows and becomes more valuable, then the share also increases in value, hence your shares are worth more, then you can sell part of the share to gain some money. 2. Some companies pay you a part of the company's profit each year, this is called DIVIDENDS Why Should You Invest On Investa.ng Shares? investa.ng shares were before now sold at N10 per share but a few weeks ago, the demand for our shares significantly increased, this is due to the increase in various investments being carried out by the company. Most of our investment gives a 20% return on investment, as a result of this our dividend…

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How to invest on investa.ng

I got this question a lot on how to invest on investa.ng because so many people want to invest in our agro-investment plan which gives a 20% return on investment in 12months. But before I show you how to invest on investa.ng, let me tell you why you actually need to invest. One of my mentors use to tell me “Always let your money work for you”. I never understood that statement not until recently when I had over N200,000 in my account only to wake up one morning and the bank has deducted almost N300 for different charges. I had planned on the N200,000, the N300 deducted is small but try to calculate N300 on about 2000,000 other customers then you will feel my anger. Banks don’t give you interest and when they do, they take it back with unnecessary charges. My mentor said, invest your money where you are sure of getting returns instead of deductions. 20% is what you get on your investment on investa.ng, no bank can ever give you that. Enough of the story. How do you invest on investa.ng Below are the steps to invest your funds on investa.ng Visit www.investa.ng Click on dashboard Select the investment option that suits you Enter the…

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