The year 2020 has been rough and tough for Feyisola. Having secured a job (after NYSC) at the last quarter of 2019, she became unemployed in July as a result of the pandemic. It was less than six months into her first job and she didn’t have the opportunity to build an emergency fund.
Who would have predicted that she will struggle financially? To the point that she had to rely on aids given to her by family and few friends. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us that long-term financial security is a necessity, not a luxury. And that means competent and ethical financial planning must be a priority.
In this post we shared five areas in our finances that you need to start building habits or developing skills. You can’t predict the next crisis. However, you can to protect yourself by securing your finances through knowledge acquisition and financial empowerment.
You will find links to specific articles that are tailored to each area you want to focus on to make 2021 the best financial year of your life.