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Why Save Money When You Can Spend: Top 3 Reasons

Why Save Money When You Can Spend: Top 3 Reasons

You’ve probably heard the phrase “You only live once”. This is often said by people who aren’t really good at saving money. They spend everything they earn and then take...

5 promising investment opportunities in the Kenyan market

5 promising investment opportunities in the Kenyan market

5 promising investment opportunities in the Kenyan market for Kenyan investors, including a compression table with details about minimal investment, expected ROI, usual terms, and Kenyan-specific taxes for each investment...

How to Invest Safely: 10 Tips for New Investors

How to Invest Safely: 10 Tips for New Investors

The main goal of any investor is to preserve the capital and if possible to increase it. How to invest safely?

Planning to buy a house? Pay attention to...

Planning to buy a house? Pay attention to...

Many people are dreaming of a house they can call their own. However, it is often easy to get lost in the wide range of offers. Here are some of...

Investment option using 100,000 KES

Investment option using 100,000 KES

Investing can be a great way to grow your wealth over time, but it’s important to understand the tax implications of your investments.

How to Teach Your 10-Year-Old Child About Personal Finance

How to Teach Your 10-Year-Old Child About Personal Finance

As parents, we all want our children to grow up to be financially responsible and independent adults. But teaching them about personal finance can be a daunting task, especially for...

Improving Financial Literacy

Learning about various financial topics—personal finance, saving and investing, buying a home, retirement planning, the stock and bond markets, tax-shielding strategies, to name a few—is essential to well-informed, successful financial decision-making. Financial literacy is a key to achieving important financial goals over the course of your entire life.

What are the best resources for improving your financial literacy? How can you take your financial know-how to the next level? We’re partial to a certain finance website, of course, but the reality is that there are a number of tools that are well worth your time.

There are a lot of personal finance podcasts out there, and libraries and civic centers sometimes have presentations by local financial professionals that are geared to novice investors. Financial websites (including Investopedia) are another great resource for financial education. Books and magazines are a great way to learn about finances, although it's important to find a publication that's appropriate for your experience and level of understanding. Financial professionals themselves and/or financial firms also offer financial education opportunities.

Android application to search for best

We are developing the best application to allow to find a best possible option to borrow money. To indicate the best possible interest rate and best possible conditions.

We are using the latest technologies to provide the best possible user experience.