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New Year

Financial Tips: What is Your New Year’s resolution?

New Year

We know you are tired of being asked these questions:

What is your New Year’s resolution? What is your financial resolution for the year?

The truth is as much as this is irritating to hear, it is a tradition that you can actually celebrate and plan for the New Year, as this gives you something to look forward to in the coming year. If 2020 has taught us anything, it has shown us that we need to be prepared as tomorrow is never guaranteed.

What Can You Do To Prepare Your Finances For The New Year?
Here Are Some Tips To Start Out:
1.Review Your Current Goals:

Before setting out new goals, take a look at your current financial goals for 2020, have you actualized them? How closely did the year’s spending match
what you had planned? Give careful thought to the new SMART goals, as this would help you track milestones.

2. Start A New Financial Habit:

There is no bad time to start making healthy financial habits. You could read a few financial articles that focus on your goals or start investing or any other financial habits that work for you. Start with investing N20,000 monthly into the Rosabon Earning Plan and enjoy 15% interest rates on your money.

3. Increase your cash flow:

It is time to get creative, find ways to make more money with
passive income. Look out for business opportunities in 2021 that will bring you money quickly along with your current income. If you have a side hustle, plan to make it long-term to increase your revenue.

No matter what you face, Rosabon Financial Service will journey through life with you. We have financial offerings that are tailored to suit your needs throughout your financial journey.

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Alternatively, you can contact us today and call 0700-ROSABON (0700-7672266), 01- 4601130, 090-8898-8555 or call Sophia on 0815 084 6659 (Port Harcourt), Chineye on 0815 088 0082 (Port Harcourt) or Aderonke on 0811 239 1001 (Abuja) or send us an email at [email protected]

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