Me & My Money – Part 4

In the month of February, I didn’t make a single unnecessary purchase outside those agreed in Part 1 of this series. In a surprising turn of events, the very people who accused me of unnecessary spending, and those who I told about this experiment now claim I’m going overboard with  cutting down my expenses.  So far, in February, I’ve been told: “You are embarrassing me with … Continue reading Me & My Money – Part 4

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Ethics in Nigeria

Ethics is  differentiating between right and wrong behaviour personally and professionally.  As  accountants, there is the expectation that we act objectively, with integrity, and competently. Ethics is increasingly  a significant part of most professional accountancy exams, but there seems to be a disconnect between theory and application in Nigeria. Vanguard newspaper  reported the 10 year jail-term judgement on the Chairman and Managing director of Ontario Oil … Continue reading Ethics in Nigeria

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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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