Hi guys, There is a popular belief that going on a vacation has to cost a fortune but I'll let you in on a little secret - it doesn't. One of my plans is to go on a vacation this year and if you want to travel, like me - or you're just looking for... Continue Reading →
I have been excited for the longest time to contribute to The Happy Economist and I couldn’t imagine a better subject to speak about than money. I have a long history of being unapologetically vocal about a lot of issues and emotions that society is scared to address; love, death, suicide, success. Just like most... Continue Reading →
Hi guys, We are approaching the 8th month of the year and I hope you're finding it less stressful managing your finances. Personally, its not been easy but I'm progressing. So, if you feel stuck or confused, take time out to review the topic we're tackling today. You need to know that understanding the value... Continue Reading →
The first quarter of the year is gone and it might have been filled with so much financial stress for many of us. This is how to do something about it!
2018 is right around the corner and I am fairly certain that money and financial planning is up there on people's list. "Save more, spend less" is going to be our #1 resolution for 2018. Are you financially ready for the new year? The question is not to scare you, but to prepare you for... Continue Reading →
Hello Guys, I have something unique for today, no reading!!! Have you imagined how your financial status would be after Christmas? January is usually a tight month, you can avoid the financial hardship. This season can shake your plans a little, too many expenses. So, take this quiz basically to access how you are doing presently and... Continue Reading →
Christmas is just around the corner and I'm so excited about it - decorations, sales, parties etc. I understand how much everyone, especially parents, wants to make Christmas magical despite financial constraints, but the good news is that Christmas can be celebrated and enjoyed, even on a tight budget. Personally, I have always loved Christmas... Continue Reading →
After you've considered the conditions around house, now ask yourself - do you have what it takes financially to pay the rent and keep surviving? This post is for two sets of people: The people who want to rent an apartment for the first time; and The people who have their apartment but still have to save up for next year's rent.
Hello Everyone, It's been a while I posted and this is due to the certification exams (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) ) I had to write this week. I missed sharing awesome personal financial tips with you and I'm glad to be back. This week, I want us to focus on a topic... Continue Reading →