Yes, Chamas are a great informal way of harnessing capital to bring about self-improvement and achieve financial success. But be careful not to be trapped into someone’s else grand vision or wasting all the lumpsum you have saved on liabilities.
Becoming wealthy, achieving financial success, and living life on your own terms — are all things that many of us want for ourselves when we think about our futures.
When salaries are kept secret, employers have access to way more information about compensation than new hires, which gives them the upper hand in negotiating salaries.
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If you took a Ksh 15 million house mortgaged at 11% will have monthly payments of between Sh. 190,000 and Sh. 210,000 depending on where you get the mortgage from. Mangs believe this doesn’t make any sense for anyone looking to own a home.
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Kenyans are currently experiencing one of the toughest times since the country got independence. Many […]
There’s this obsession of Kenyans wanting to own every piece of land in the country, […]
Bitcoin is by far the most popular cryptocurrency but isn’t the only one. Sadly a […]