Are your co-workers secretly plotting your downfall or do they actually like you? Take the quiz to find out.
If you hear Naira Life and the first thing that comes to your mind is, “Oh my God, it’s that series that makes me feel like God has forsaken me,” we wrote this for you.
After today’s subject on #NairaLife was fired from her ₦200k/month job in 2020, she found remote work and hasn’t looked back since. Since then, she’s gone from $50k to $93k a year, and she’s only 24. What’s your earliest memory of money? As a child, I was hell-bent on making my own money. Even today, […]
Nothing prepares you for the Tinder swindlers and Anns of the world. Sometimes they’re disguised as Instagram vendors. Other times, as friends we’ve known for a long time.
If you know any business owner, squeeze money inside their hands. They’re going through a lot in this economy. Here, eight Nigerian business owners share their struggles with the inflation.
You’re already broke, so what do you have to lose? Exactly, nothing. Just follow these seven steps, judiciously. If you miss anyone, sorry o.
Women are rich of course, but how much of that money goes into their savings? Here, six millennial women on different salaries tell us about their money plans.
“I paid medical bills, covered tuition for my nieces and nephews. And let’s not get started on the uncles and aunties I had to “settle” once in a while. I was a walking NGO with my family as the ungrateful beneficiaries.”
We all think about money everyday, but what are some of your deepest fears? Here, 10 Nigerians earning different salaries opened up about their fears.
You, with ₦1k left of your February salary, read this. Even if you have more than ₦1k left, still read this. You never know when you’ll need it.
With the sad state of the Nigerian dating scene, you may simply just be grateful to find a partner who has a job. But for your own sake abeg, don’t date people with these jobs
Nigerian youths are always claiming to be broke. So tell me, why these seven businesses haven’t collapsed yet? Some of you are clearly liars.
Dollar may rise and times may get tough, but Nigerians will never be too broke to miraculously afford these seven things.
The subject of today’s “A Week In the Life” mixes drinks for a living. He tells us about quitting his full-time bartending job to start his business, how his biochemistry degree makes him a better bartender and why Lagos restaurants sell shit cocktails.
Nigerian parents can sell everything they own to send us to school, but you see these seven items? They would rather jump into a lagoon.
It’s salary week and your body is probably shaking like 3310 to blow all your money. Anyway, if you know what’s good for you, you’ll read this article to avoid stories that touch.
Remember when your Nigerian parents said “You must go to school and study medicine?” After listening to their parents, the next Nigerian doctor you meet might be going through something like this…
If you get more than 9 lyrics correctly on this list, you love money too much. You’re either on your way to do ritualism or you;ve already done it.
“The sales attendant told me to think about the fact that I came to the store trekking.” These five Nigerians shared their stories of being wrongly broke shamed in public.
Borrowing money is the ghetto and these 5 millennials share the first time adulthood had them on the streets asking for help. Tag a friend that needs to see this too
“I stopped spending my own money because I didn’t want to hurt other people’s feelings.” — 7 Nigerians tell us why they don’t discuss how much they earn.
If you’re not sure about your finances this year, these are some signs you’re about to be in debt on the streets.
With all the money in the world to spend, these are some of the outrageous things women would buy in their homes. Tag your sugar mummy friends to see this too.
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