Where Did The Money Go?

Have you ever asked yourself this question? I guess we all have, at one point in time. We brought a fat envelope stuffed with N500 or N1, 000 bills home and kept it in one of the drawers at home, maybe the bedside locker.
 

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Five Money Mistakes Even Good Savers Make

Saving money consistently takes discipline and hard work, and even people who try to save responsibly can fall prey to some common mistakes. Your strategy might be better than hiding all your savings under a mattress, but there are often better methods to save.

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How To Teach 6 – 10 Year Olds About Money

We discussed financial literacy for kids under the age of 5 and highlighted interesting methods that can be used to introduce them to money. Kids are simply adorable and with their brain as sharp as a razor no better time to inculcate great morals on them, than at their formative years.

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5 Ways To Teach Teenagers About Money

Parents always want the best for their children and part of that is knowing your children are knowledgeable enough to make the right choices – and learning how to manage money is part of that process. The early years are mostly spent teaching them the basics of money and how it is used while the teen years bring an additional set of challenges. Allowances, money from jobs, the constant bombardment from advertisers, and peer pressure to buy the latest and greatest, add a whole new dimension to learning the ropes of managing money.

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