Did you know that carefully managing your finances and making your money work for you maximises your earning potential? Well it’s true! All is possible through either investing or saving part of your hard earned cash every month. So get into the habit of saving or investing or both and make this put this goal on top of your goals for 2014.
Remember that there is a clear difference between Investing and Saving. Though two might seem or sound the same saving and investing are not the same things. Simply put saving is storing your money, while investing is growing your money.
In this episode, Ma Angie is really worried about finances. With Lolo in boarding school and her caravan burning down, she doesn’t know how she will make ends meet. Grace mentions Sash and this just makes Ma Angie angry.
The two ladies move on to pregnancy talk.
Zak and Sebe have an argument. Sebe went on a shopping spree using Zak’s Access Credit Card, not knowing that Zak would get a MyUpdates notification of the transaction. Did you know that it is fraud to use someone else’s credit card without their permission?
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Mentoring the youth to prepare them for a brighter future is just one of the initiatives undertaken by our colleagues at Stanbic Bank Ghana.
Last year, 20 wellness champions of Stanbic Bank Ghana visited Ve Gbodome in the country’s Volta Region to spend time with the youth of the town. The visit was part of the summer camp activities of the Nneka Youth Foundation and gave colleagues who went on the trip the chance to touch lives in a fulfilling and memorable manner.
A new season but same old Sash. He gives Bemba an illegal South Africa identity document and expects to collect a favour at a later stage.
Ma Angie is very worried to see Bemba having a conversation with Sash. She thinks that he is having financial difficulties and advises him to get a Standard Bank AccessLoan.
Later that day, Ma Angie goes to buy some vegetables from a street vendor, Ma Nkosi.
Ma Nkosi still uses a money box. Don’t you think It’s time she gets an AccessAccount? The episode ends with Ma Angie in tears. Find out what has happened.