As a human being, You enjoy the idea of saving your money to actualize your financial goals, but somehow you end up spending the money anyhow.
You don't know how it happens, you just don't have savings at the end of time.
Yes, you aren't the only one who has issues with his financial difficulty. Many people have had similar experience and they can relate to your plight.
However, instead of sitting down there lamenting how your money disappears, you can actually take at look at what you do with your savings, and that is only if you indulge in savings.
But if you still don't understand what you spend it on,then I 'll advise you to avoid doing the followings with your savings.
1. Don't loan it out
Though it sounds weird but actually if you want to save money you have to Try these tricks.
Don't make financial choices you might regret
There is a particular reason why that money you set aside for personal use is called savings. If you have denied yourse…
According to multiple and trending reports, another building has just
collapsed in the Oke Arin area of Lagos Island, in Lagos State.
It is gathered that the incident happened at Egerton Square, Oke
Arin, Lagos Island and many occupants of the building are reportedly
trapped in the rubble.
A video of the collapsed building posted on Twitter with caption:
"Another building collapses at egerton square Lagos Island, As many people are trapped in at the moment." HERE IS THE VIDEO ON TWITTER This incident is coming barely a week after a building in the Ita Faaji area of Lagos Island, Lagos State collapsed killing 34 occupants of the building, while 13 were reportedly rescued from the rubble.
As at the time of German colonial rule of Namibia 65 000 Herero and
10 000 Nama were victims of the German empire’s repression.
Even though the
European nation has refused to accept being responsible for the genocide
that left indigenous peoples slaughtered and starved in their
concentration camps, they returned over 40 Herero and Nama skulls for
burial in 2011.
A lawsuit lodged by the descendants of the Herero and Nama people,
demanding compensation for damages over genocide and property seizures,
has been disapproved. According to the global news agency AFP, the
plaintiffs argued that two exceptions to the principle of sovereign
immunity, one covering state commerce outside the US that causes a
“direct effect” inside the country, and another on property taken in
violation of international law, applied in the case.
They maintained that, among other issues, the presence of bones of
genocide victims, which were sold by the wife of a German anthropologist
to the American…