Goals Vis A Vis Resolutions

Goal Setting: Part 1

The Three Financial Cancers

Could you be a patient?

The Cash Flow Quadrant Board Game

Cash Flow 101 and 102

Investment Clubs: The Ugandan Rats Inside Story

How well have you positioned yourself for a great financial future?

The Wealth Builder

‘Are you willing to dedicate yourself to being a consistent wealth builder?’

Six Money Lessons for 20 Somethings

‘Six Money Lessons for 20 Somethings and 30 Somethings’

How To Manage Your Savings

Being in possession of some savings in whatever form is an aspect that most cultures try to inculcate in individuals from an early age, that’s why you must have come across the saying ‘save for a rainy day’. Being a widely preached topic, it’s quite easy to assume that we all save and hence in the advent of a rainy day we will all have some huge shelter to run onto. This is not the case as amazingly few people can proclaim to have enough savings that would run them for the next calendar year, God forbid, if they got paralyzed to the point of not working at all. On the other hand, most people find it quite hard to manage their ‘savings’. How then can we solve these two dilemmas?