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fatherhood and finances

Fatherhood and Finances

Yesterday was Father’s Day. It is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, and their influence in society. It is also a good time for fathers to consider the critical role that they play in the family, to take stock and to carefully consider their responsibilities. One such responsibility is financial, and it is important…

motherhood and money matters

Motherhood and Money Matters

  Mothers make huge sacrifices for their families and often neglect their own needs in the process. One area that is often entirely ignored is their financial security. Sadly, the lack of financial knowledge has the potential to negatively impact not only a woman’s future, but also that of her family. Women face some unique…

10 Deadly Sins of Investing

From time to time, we will all make some financial blunders. Some people make bigger ones than others. What is more important than making such mistakes, is learning from them. Here are 10 deadly sins of investing that investors should avoid at all costs. Jumping on the bandwagon If everyone else is buying it, it…

Love and Money: Handling Awkward Conversations

Whether you are seeing someone, are in a serious committed relationship, are married, or remarried, money is one topic that will keep coming up either in conversation or certainly in your minds. Have you ever chatted about money, even occasionally? At a certain point in a relationship, it is clear that things are getting serious,…

ARE YOU EARNING PASSIVE INCOME

Are You Earning Passive Income?

Are you interested in making money but don’t particularly want to have to work much harder? Then passive income is for you!  This is basically money that you earn consistently without working too hard or in some cases not doing anything at all. Naturally you would have had to put in most of the hard…

Female Breadwinners and The Head of the Household

Economic realities have meant that most families must rely on more than one income to meet the family’s current needs and future aspirations including educating children, decent housing and a secure retirement. There has been the traditional premise that men were the breadwinners and women stayed home “in the kitchen,” or did not pursue a…

Money Tips For Back To School

As the holiday season draws to a close, the start of the new school year is fast approaching. Every new school year presents huge opportunities for children, along with some challenges for parents. As we all deal with the economic climate here are some money tips for back to school season.  The academic year comes…

Esusu and Access to Credit

The International Day of Cooperatives was marked by the United Nations on 2nd July 2016. “I urge Governments to create an enabling environment for cooperatives to thrive and grow. Let us harness the power of cooperatives to achieve the SDGs and create a world of dignity and opportunity for all.” – Ban Ki Moon, United Nations Secretary…

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