Me & My Money – Part 2

So following my conversation about spending (which you can read about here), I was feeling pretty confident I could do this, and I was fine up until December 26th, when I bought 3 eyebrow pencils for NGN 300 (the cheap ones). I already had 4 pencils, but in my defense, I didn’t remember when making the purchase.  I also bought a highlighter brush ( I have … Continue reading Me & My Money – Part 2

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Readers’ Questions

The basis of your exemptions is that you will have gained the knowledge from papers F1 – F4 from your university degree, so a certain level of competency is expected when you achieve your B.com. Don’t spend your time worrying about papers F5 – F9 while still studying for your degree. The first step in any challenge is believing you are competent enough to try; it’s … Continue reading Readers’ Questions

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The Chartered Accountant – 5

Samuel is a Financial Accountant at a large hospitality company in Lagos, Nigeria, where he is involved in compiling and interpreting reports based on liquidity and profitability for various reporting units within the organisation. Although he wished he had chosen a different course for his undergraduate studies, he studied Accounting in University, and qualified as a chartered accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria … Continue reading The Chartered Accountant – 5

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