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PayDay Chronicles: How to REAP the Most From Your Salary.

Have you ever been broke almost immediately after receiving your salary alert? Or you tried to keep track of your expenses only to find out you have spent over 70% of your salary just before the first week ends?

You are not alone.

Having no game plan to managing your salary is the first step in the wrong direction. Think about it…you are at work Mondays through Fridays, put in your regular shifts to get work done and earn your salary, only to end up broke and wondering why you are repeating this cycle every month. It’s time to break free from the struggle of surviving and move to living your best life before your next pay day.

Here’s How:

Have a purpose: Before you start spending anything from your salary, ask yourself WHY. Identifying and justifying the purpose for the intended spend will help determine if it is necessary or frivolous.

Avoid borrowing from friends: One of the top three reasons why friendships can be ruined is when one of the two parties is known for borrowing every time. The more you borrow to cover this month’s bills, the more you need to take out from your salary next month to offset your debt. If you do this one time too many, you will ruin your friendship! Cut your coat according to your pocket. If you really need a loan, get it from trusted financial houses like Rosabon Financial Services. 

Plan Ahead with Rosabon Earning Plan (REAP): To reap, you must sow. It the universal principle of planning ahead. With the Rosabon Earning Plan (REAP), you can ‘sow’ as little as N10,000 and reap as high as 15% interest per annum. Plan ahead with REAP and start living life like a boss today.

Don’t delay… start today. For more information or to make enquiries about REAP and the various Rosabon loans available, contact us on 0815 088 0038, 0815 088 0039, 0815 084 6659 or 0815 084 6657. You can also email us at [email protected].

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