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Now, I know better. Financial literacy starts with my mind, then it goes on to managing my finances rightly, building for my future, achieving purpose ....

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The Financial Literate Speaks

  • Have A Money Circle!

    Have A Money Circle!

    There was a recent outbursts of awe, astonishment, and motivation to the story of forty Nigerian women who through collaboration were each able to get …Read More »
  • Accounts Date Time!

    Accounts Date Time!

    Tomorrow starts the last month in the second quarter. Phew! Time flies fast, right? Periods serve as checkpoints for us to audit our personal finances. …Read More »
  • How to Overcome Shopping Guilt?

    How to Overcome Shopping Guilt?

    Have you ever felt guilty after your shopping? You feel excited about your purchase and a moment later, you start feeling guilty about your purchase …Read More »
  • How Do You Handle Black Tax?

    How Do You Handle Black Tax?

    Black Tax, commonly used in South Africa, refers to the financial support professionals are expected to give their immediate/extended families. So, you have a stable …Read More »
  • Add Some Sunshine to Your Finances

    Add Some Sunshine to Your Finances

    We all know that sunshine has a lot of benefits and can be used in different contexts. One meaning of sunshine is happiness or pleasure; …Read More »


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