Yen surges on Brexit fears, Tokyo delay on sales tax hike
The yen surged Wednesday as market sentiment soured on growing fears that Britain may leave the European Union and news that Japan is delaying a sales tax hike that threatens the fragile economy.
Money lessons from Kevin Hart’s success
Listen!! The concept of laughing till you cry was foreign to me for the longest time. In fact, I thought it was stupid. How can one possibly laugh so hard that they start crying...
Reversing trend in faltering economic numbers
Nigeria’s faltering economic indices, which reached a new high in May, with inflation and first quarter 2016 Gross Domestic Product’s data tending towards recession, have stoked reactions from market analysts and operators.
CSR: Chinese consulate, firm build 5-classroom block in Ogun school
Apparently overwhelmed by the gesture, residents of the community trooped out to rejoice with the teachers and pupils of the school during the commissioning ceremony last Tuesday.
A-Z of personal finance: F is for family finances
Separate, joint or a combination You may prefer to maintain a certain degree of independence by keeping separate accounts for personal spending. If your partner is a spendthrift whilst you are a saver or you just prefer to spend your money without your partner scrutinizing the minutest detail, separate accounts may be more appropriate. Parties…
Redefining tax: Govt, CITN, experts want review of laws, processes
From the Presidency, tax institute, financial and manufacturers representatives, have come unanimous conclusion that the nation’s tax laws need review, while the entire processes are also due for a revolutionised reform.