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clip What to consider before taking any loans
January 03, 2019, 01:07:47 AM by Isaac Adeniran
What to consider before taking any loans

Anytime you borrow money, finance a purchase, or take out a loan, you should carefully consider if it is the right decision for you. Borrowing money means that you are committing to pay the money back within a certain time frame and at a certain interest rate, according to www.thebalance.com.

Before signing on the dotted line, you should consider how borrowing money will affect your finances in the future. You don’t want to gamble and guess at whether or not you can afford the payment, how it will affect your debt-to-income ratio, or if it fits into your budget.

So while it may be tempting, ask yourself these five questions before you take out that loan.

Is this purchase necessary right now?

Often, things that seem necessary really are not. You can postpone most purchases until you have saved up the money to buy them in cash, rather than financing or taking out a loan.

For example, while it may not be convenient to go to the Laundromat to do your laundry, you will save money by paying cash for a new washer and dryer. If it is for something that is recreational, such as a boat or jet skis, you really can save up the money to buy the items, because they are not necessary purchases. If it is a larger purchase like a new car, consider buying a used car instead to save money. You may even save up the money more quickly than you expect because you are motivated to make those purchases.

clip Crowdfunding strategy to raise money
June 28, 2018, 01:24:26 PM by Isaac Adeniran
Crowdfunding strategy to raise money

Social media is changing more than the way we market and communicate; it is changing the way we raise capital.

Crowdfunding websites are popping up and connecting entrepreneurs with investors, producers with patrons, and causes with contributors.

According to www.socialmediaexaminer.com, crowdfunding builds upon the idea of crowdsourcing: “the act of outsourcing tasks, traditionally performed by an employee or contractor, to an undefined, large group of people or community (a “crowd”), through an open call.”

Crowdfunding pulls together a community – tightly knit or disparate – to fund a project, business or cause, usually via the Internet.

How crowdfunding works

Although the rules differ from site to site, generally, people (or businesses or charities) pitch an idea, set a fundraising goal and set a deadline for raising funds.

Potential patrons can review the pitches and decide if there are any they would like to support. On most crowdfunding sites, people are not investing in the project or business; rather, they are funding it. They are rewarded if the project comes to fruition, but don’t end up owning any part of the business or project.

To launch your own project, you should start with a pitch: you describe your project, specify what rewards patrons will receive if the fundraising is successful and create a funding goal and a timeline.

Pledges are made with a credit card. If you are backing a project, your card won’t be charged until the project is successfully funded.

How to get your projects noticed/funded

Choose the right crowdfunding site
Although there is plenty of overlap in many of the crowdfunding sites out there, each caters to a specific audience.

Kickstarter and IndieGoGo are sites creative people can use; ProFounder caters to entrepreneurs, Buzzbnk and 33needs fund ideas with social bent

Not-for-profit organisations can raise funds at sites like CauseVox and FirstGiving, while AppBackr focuses exclusively on mobile app businesses.

– Know your target audience(s)

In identifying your target audiences, focusing on a passionate niche can help. Many of the successful projects on crowdfunding sites target a specific, narrow audience. The target audience might be focused in a geographic area, religious in nature or share a common background. Graphic novels and music tend to do well, too.

Plan ahead
It is a good idea to plan.  A Kickstarter project, for instance, can go by quickly.

The vast bulk of backers seem to happen at the very beginning and very end of a project, according to Kickstarter’s own data.

When a project take off it can be somewhat overwhelming to respond to everyone quickly enough, so Frequently Asked Questions-type e- mails that are pre-written help a lot too.

Passionately pitch your project.
You have heard the old saying; “You only get one chance to make a first impression.” It is even tougher on popular crowdfunding sites where there are 30 other projects simultaneously trying to make a first impression on the same page.

Create a compelling name, description and an image as part of your project to help you stand out. A video is critical, too.

Have a plan for spending their money
No matter how cool your idea is, most people want to know that you have a plan that will get you there.

You can give a detailed explanation of how exactly you will be using their money and keep all costs transparent. This will build trust in you and credibility in your project.

Leverage your social networks
It is important to realise that most of your audience may not be familiar with crowdfunding. Chances are you will need to use social media, e-mail marketing and other communication tools to drive your community to your project at a crowdfunding site.

clip Loans Providers in Nigeria
June 24, 2018, 01:54:12 PM by Isaac Adeniran
 Loans Providers in Nigeria

1. Direct Bridge Nigeria Limited
703A1, Thomas Adeboye Drive, Off Somide Odujjunri Avenue, Omole Phase II Ojodu-Berger, Lagos
0706 430 0703, 0803 095 8846

Direct Bridge Nigeria Limited render loan services to people in paid employment and people that have a business of their own.

2. Adims Credit and Investment Limited
Suite 9, Okaka Plaza, Opposite E Close, Besides Domino Pizza, 1st Avenue, Festac Town, Lagos Nigeria
0803 389 6114, 0812 316 3866

We are in business to provide business support services, loans, asset management, financial advisory services and investment opportunities.

3. ASO Savings & Loans Plc
Plot 266, FMBN Building, Cadastral Zone A0, Central Business District, Abuja
0700 330 0000, 0704 163 1121

The Lagos based financial service center for home finance services in Nigeria.

4. City-Code Mortgage Bank Ltd
21/25, Broad Street, Lagos Island, Nigeria
01 270 5316, 01 270 8301, 0803 836 5949
0805 843 9820

City-Code Mortgage Bank Limited is savings and loans company offering various loans scheme and financing options.

5.COOP Savings & Loans Limited
11, University Crescent, Beside Access Bank, Secretariat - U.I. Road, Ibadan, Oyo
0815 839 3942

COOP Savings & Loans Limited is a Nigerian financial service outlet for home finance services in Ibadan.

6. CRC Credit Bureau
26 McCarthy Street (2nd Floor), Onikan, Lagos Nigeria
+234 907 029 4214, +234 907 029 4212, +234 1 628 3901

CRC Credit Bureau Limited is loan applications services providers, offering credit information reports, credit monitoring and alert systems for personal, business or to financial institutions.

7. CredCentral
859 Bishop Aboyade Cole street, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria
+234 906 317 0721

CredCentral is a consumer finance company that assist individuals and homes with reliable loan services and bureau de change.

8. One Credit
56 Opebi Road, Suite 304, 3rd floor Dream House, Salvation Bus Stop, Ikeja, Lagos Nigeria
01 460 9945, 01 460 9945
01 631 1215

One Credit is a financial firm located in Lagos Nigeria providing short-term and affordable consumer credit and loans to individuals who have limited access to finance.

9. QuestMoney
235A, Ikorodu Crescent, Dolphin Estate Ikoyi, Lagos Nigeria
+234 1 460 5126

QuestMoney is a loan services company that offers fast, simple and convenient short term loan and repayment services, and is a product of FundQuest Financial Services Limited.

xx The Law of Money and Getting Rich
May 19, 2018, 09:20:04 AM by Isaac Adeniran
Law Of Money and Getting Rich

What do you believe attracted you to this information title?
What do you believe attracted you to this title? Why do you suppose you’re reading these words?
Which part of the title got your attention? Was it break the law, get Rich? Health? Happiness? Learning to Attract? Great Fortune
Or was it the working of the power of God perhaps?Whatever the obvious reason may have been for your attention to this book, the information contained here has come to you in answer to something for which you have been somehow asking.

Be convinced that the achievement of success was something that could be learned. We didn’t have to be born into a family who had already discovered how to make money. We didn’t have to get good grades in school or know the right people or live in the right country or be the right size, color, gender, religion, and so on. . . . We simply had to learn a few simple principles and then consistently put them into practice.

xx To Be Rich, It’s Not How Much You Make
May 19, 2018, 08:57:41 AM by Isaac Adeniran
To Be Rich, It’s Not How Much You Make, It’s What You Do With How Much You Make.

To Be Rich, It’s Not How Much You Make, It’s What
You Do With How Much You Make.That is a crucial foundational key to your riches! Like I mentioned before, all you’re missing is an effective plan and the belief that wealth is possible for you. I will explain this fully under the section: “The working of the power of God and Great Fortune”It’s really that simple. You will discover a plan that will absolutely make your rich beyond your widest dream!  And once you discover it, you will never be able to look at money the same way ever again.

You will, for the first time in your life, see exactly what you’ve been doing wrong and you will understand why you are not where you want to be today financially. And even better than knowing why you are broke, you will know exactly how to turn it all around and make great fortune.
May 19, 2018, 08:46:47 AM by Isaac Adeniran


The question is which law?

It’s not the law you think. (Hint: it’s an economic “law” regarding expenses and income.) This book explains the root of all evil is not money, but the lack of money. People ruin relationships, steal and get jealous all because they lack something or think they lack something. Rich people are wealthy because of their attitude firstly; the material things come later. Henry Ford said that if he lost everything, he would have it all back in 5 years. He understood his wealth was not his possessions, but himself and his ability to break the law effectively. This book shows you how to divide your expenses wisely, to invest in humanity, save and have fun all at the same time.

What is this law that all rich people break to make their fortunes? It is the same law that you must break, every single day, from now on, if you want to be rich. And there are many plans and ways in this book that show you how to break the law and achieve great fortune.

May 19, 2018, 08:40:29 AM by Isaac Adeniran
“Expenses Always Rise To Meet Income”

Do you see where this is going? The only way to GET RICH is to BREAK Parkinson’s Law!

Poor people stay poor because no matter how much money they earn they spend every penny!

Think about this. How many raises in pay have you gotten since you started working? The reason you are not rich now is because you found a way to spend those raises and justify your action instead of build with those raises.You didn’t have a fun and effective plan in place to build great fortune while having the time of your life and it has cost you dearly! That must stops NOW!  The only way to become (and stay) rich is to work a wealth building plan that breaks the law. It’s as simple as that.  Is there such a plan out there? You will discover many of them within this WEBSITE
Get Rich: Break Parkinson's Law

xx The plan is The Millionaire Formula!
May 19, 2018, 08:34:04 AM by Isaac Adeniran
The plan is The Millionaire Formula!

Here is the 7 step wealth plan that BREAKS Parkinson’s Law and will make you great fortune while you’re enjoying your lifestyle. It’s called The Millionaire Formula. In the next section of this book you will discover how you can add the working of the power of God to these 7 step wealth plan to achieve great fortune
Here is the simple wealth plan that breaks Parkinson’s Law and will make you great fortune. The ideal application of this system is to simply divide all of your income into four parts. Then use these four parts to hit the short code for wealth creation 10303030: You will full details of short code for wealth creation in the next section.

xx 10% To Help The Less Fortunate
May 19, 2018, 08:24:34 AM by Isaac Adeniran
10% To Help The Less Fortunate

Some prefer the term charity. The Bible calls it tithing. Whatever you prefer to call it, it’s very important to give back and help those in need. I call it my invest in humanity¨ fund.
A lot of people feel that simply giving this money to a church or other charitable institution is good enough. I don’t. I feel that being directly involved with where your money and efforts go is beneficial for you as well as the people who will receive it.

The Bible says to give 10% but it doesn’t give any specifics on what is to be done with the money. I think it is vitally important to invest in humanity. I’ll also add that as important as it is to invest in mankind as a whole, it also important to invest in family and close friends. If someone close to you is in need of assistance, always have enough to help them with any aspect of their lives they need help with. Always be able to help with finances as well as philosophy. And speaking of philosophy, here is a hard and fast rule about finances I urge you to never break:  Never lend money that you cannot give away to anyone close to you! This statement cannot be made strong enough.

xx 30% of Your Income for Living Expenses.
May 19, 2018, 08:16:24 AM by Isaac Adeniran
30% of Your Income for Living Expenses.

Welcome to next STEP of The Millionaire Formula! I got this plan from very rich man who created it because of a single event that happened when he was sixteen years old. He is now seventy-two and he became a very wealthy man by following it. He always reminds me to never have more monthly living expenses than a single week’s income can completely cover. A single week’s income makes sure your expenses never exceed 30%.

This is one of the many ways he monitors himself and the progress of his plan for the last fifty-four years. His story is quite interesting and goes like this: He was born and raised on a farm in a small town in Kentucky. He came from a large family and was the second oldest among his seven brothers and sisters. His father worked in the coal mines all night long only to come home to the sound of a rooster’s crow to begin plowing, planting, and feeding.
Daily life centered around taking care of the farm. Maintaining all of the livestock, planting, then harvesting the crops were a full time job for everybody. As he hit his mid-teens, he decided he wanted more out of life than what his surroundings could offer.

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