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Money Matters With Nimi is a guide to simple, straightforward financial solutions by Personal Finance Expert and CEO of Bestman Games, Nimi Akinkugbe
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 5h
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 5h
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There will be a wide variety of games including Jenga, Ludo, Monopoly, Top Trumps, Ayo, Scrabble, Jigsaw Puzzles and lots more. You can make it more exciting by coming with your own games. Date: 25th, July 2019. Time: 5:30pm Venue: Terra Kulture 1376 Tiamiyu Savage St, VI
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 5h
Repost from We are counting down to this month’s Bestman Games Night. 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 There will the lots of games and lots of fun. You do not have to be serious all week long. Remember the saying “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
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, , , ....Join us at the “Men & Money Matters” Seminar. Experts from , and will be on hand to answer all your questions about money and investing. Invest in yourself; don’t miss this opportunity.
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 15h
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• Married and building a family • A single parent with total responsibility for dependants • Middle aged with the prospect of retirement staring you in the face. • Thinking of your legacy and estate
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 15h
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It is for you if you are: •Young adult interested in learning about money •Young, single just starting out in your career or business •Dating and things are looking serious
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 15h
Ladies, have you told all the men in your life about this unique event? Brothers Husbands Sons Fathers Boyfriends
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Join us at the “Men & Money Matters” Seminar. Experts from , and will be on hand to answer your questions about money and investing.
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Now please don’t dive into or dive out of the stock market. Investing comes with significant risk so as always, seek expert advice from tested professionals. Remember this though: Buy Low - Sell High THINK LONG TERM!
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 15h
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A market decline is not the time to panic and sell, but rather to take advantage of the lower prices. Indeed, this should be considered an opportunity to invest in strong companies at bargain prices.
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 15h
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Opportunity favours the prepared. The truth is you can only seize opportunities when you are prepared. If you have no idle cash, you can not pick up some great company stocks on sale.
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On the other hand, many stock market investors do the exact opposite! Many investors jump on the bandwagon and invest when the market is already rallying. Once it reverses and stock prices tumble, the panic and sell.
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MoneyMattersWithNimi 15h
BUY LOW - SELL HIGH When products and services are on sale we take advantage of the discounted prices. This seems so obvious when we consider consumer goods.
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MoneyMattersWithNimi Jul 22
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MoneyMattersWithNimi Jul 22
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i love my LSE pack of cards! We will soon start our range of playing cards at Bestman Games; corporate, special birthdays, Alma maters, wedding cards etc. Perfect mementos.
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MoneyMattersWithNimi Jul 22
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I couldn’t resist a visit to the good old bookshop. Bought myself some great “merch!” ( is that the expression?)
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MoneyMattersWithNimi Jul 22
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I worry about our graduates; so many of them are unemployed for years after graduation! If you can hire even one person, please do so.
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MoneyMattersWithNimi Jul 22
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I watched the new graduates with so much promise; it’s only the beginning. When I graduated the prospect of unemployment wasn’t given a second thought. We took it all forgranted in those days.
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