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Money Notes #23- The Bi-Weekly Newsletter from Halo Invest

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Industry conversations we think you should know

The FG has allocated N252 billion for intervention funds in 2022. This will be used as part of the Federal Government’s stimulus programmes meant for supporting small businesses, funding targeted capital projects, and reducing poverty.

Nigeria’s economy might experience a slight upward growth in 2022 (2.5%) and 2023 (2.8%), according to The World Bank’s forecast. Higher oil prices and growth in telecommunications and financial services will play a major part in achieving this. 

After seven months, The Federal Government of Nigeria has lifted the Twitter ban that shook a lot of small businesses in the country. Nigeria lost N546.5 billion during the period of this ban.

Money Tip

Knowledge you can use

How to survive January

January gets a bad rap for being the month with 90 days or more. It’s the most dreaded time of the year when salary finishes before you can even get to the end of the month.

But what if we told you it doesn’t always have to end that way? We are already halfway through January and you can still make the best of the remaining days.

Want to know how to get through January without going broke? 

We wrote about 10 ways you can manage the rest of your funds. You should definitely try numbers 4, 6, and 7.

Click this link to find out how.

For You

Fun, useful stuff you will absolutely love!

This hilarious list explains why you aren’t a millionaire yet.

Tick off this productivity bingo to see how your January is going so far.

This comic is an open letter “To All The Bosses I’ve Begged For a Job”.

Learn how vulnerability can help your reach your financial goals.

little inspiration we all need to keep going this 2022.

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