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One thing we can agree on is that the city has swindlers with endless tricks to relieve you of your money in a blink.
If you have been in the Kenyan Twitter streets the first unsaid rule of loaning money to friends is often: don’t do it.
If there's one thing the financial world will never run short on, it's suggestions but you’re bound to run into myths and misconceptions too.
They weren’t wrong when they said that If you want something badly enough, you’ll find a way to make it happen.
Your goal was to buy specific things on your shopping list but then you end up purchasing a lot more
The best thing you can do for yourself once you have a stable income is to invest your funds.
Just like genetics, families that struggle seem to pass-down struggle & poverty from one generation to the other.
Gone are the days when companies provided employees with lifetime jobs followed by pensions that paid retirees a predictable and comfortable monthly check.
Today, we want to, speak to the aspiring entrepreneurs, those of you who wanted to start businesses, are in the process of starting businesses, or have already started your own businesses.
If we had a shilling for every time we cried about this inflation, we would be billionaires and would not need to worry about inflation. But we are not, so here are some tips on how to combat this inflation.
Save Ksh. 35,000 over the next 25 weeks and stand a chance to win up to Ksh. 15,000 in rewards to better prepare you for Njaanuary!
Very little is taught about money in school, hence we all need to make an effort to invest in knowledge about money.
Understanding the link between money management and creative fulfillment is important to building a sustainable creative career, and this article is here to help you do just that.
Mind over money! Take that statement to the bank, matter of fact, print it, and stick it on your wall, your fridge, or your vision board.
Today's blog will dig deeper into the symptoms to identify if your financial behavior is a disorder. Grab your cup of tea or coffee or whatever makes your boat float, as this is about to get interesting.
The fascinating and unfortunate thing about these money disorders is that they are more common than any of us would like to believe.You don’t agree? Keep calm and read the blog.
There are major differences between every generation on financial habits and how they approach financial situations. This affects the market which then affects you as a consumer. Let's dissect these differences.
One thing about financial stress is we all go through it, Uhuru Kenyatta faces it, hell even Elon Musk goes through it. Here are some ways in which you can manage this stress.
Ahead of this year’s Mother’s Day, we come bearing financial tips you can teach your kids or younger siblings so they learn financial independence at a young age.
Whether you are a Gen Z or a boomer, from Nairobi or Nyeri, a business person, or an employee, the current economic climate has definitely impacted your finances. Watch our webinar for tips on how to salvage the situation!
Black tax is the financial support young black career men/women are expected to extend to their families or beyond. One thing to have in mind is that you can support your family and loved ones financially but at some point, it may affect your financial growth.
Something about this Easter has got us reminiscing and is taking us back to two years ago when we were on lockdown. But look at us now, who would have thought? Here are ideas of what you can do this Easter without breaking your bank.
While fasting plays a huge role in the holy month, Ramadan is more than just Suhoor, Iftar, and Tarawih. Rather, it's an important time for action and change. Here are some valuable financial lessons that we can all learn from Ramadan.
To make a solid investment plan, you first need to know why you are investing. Then you can figure out which options are most likely to get you there. If you want to invest right now, strategic planning can help.
Most young people cringe at the thought of investments as they assume they are meant for the wealthy, or for much older people. This could not be further from the truth. Here are some income-friendly investment options.
A few months from now life might be very different. Who knows. We are here to discuss the preparedness of your finances during the elections period. Whatever happens, we must be ready to face the situation.
Saving money on a low income may seem impossible. But it is not! You're probably wondering, how can I save when I barely have enough to sustain myself monthly? Here's how!
Over the years, women have claimed their financial independence and are now more financially literate. This International Women’s Month, here are some steps you need to take to be a “Smart Money Woman.”
Most of the time we overlook a lot in the name of love, but some things can be dangerous to overlook. Before the month of love clocks out, let’s discuss a few financial red flags in relationships that you should be aware of.
In the era of Tinder Swindler and constant messages from random numbers to M-PESA them, being vigilant online is critical. Scams are everywhere. Here are our tips on how to not fall victim to online scams.
Picture your future life. Then think about what steps you are taking today that will help you get there. Transforming goals into reality needs work and deliberate action, and that all starts with making realistic goals.
While we lament about how the economy is suffering, it is also important to assess how this affects you. And the only way to do this is by assessing your spending habits and knowing your personal inflation rate.
Read any article or blog post about savings or financial planning, the word ‘budget’ is mentioned in almost every one. But what is a budget? And how does one go about making one? Read on to find out!
It is that time of the year, the one we dread all year yet always forget to plan for. What if we told you that you can still salvage this month? Here’s how!
We all have a different relationship with money and sit at varying levels of being financially savvy. Are you an investor or a shopper? Read on to find out!
2022 is fast approaching and like most of us, we starting to plan our personal, professional as well as financial goals, which makes it the perfect time to get ready to crush your financial goals.
Your salary has kicked in and your phone has been buzzing non-stop with friends trying to make plans for the weekend. If you are counting your change at the end of every month, this guide is for you!
Join us for an interactive webinar where you will learn more about starting an investment journey. In this session, you will be clued in to how to evaluate your risk appetite and walk you through questions to ask yourself as an early investor.
An emergency fund is money stashed away to help you in times of financial distress. It is a safety net you use to meet unanticipated expenses, such as an illness, major home, and car repairs, or even unemployment.
Why is it so easy for other people to save money without giving in to the temptations of spending their entire month’s salary on things that don’t really matter? Check out practical ways to stat saving today!
Financial goals are savings, investment, or spending targets you hope to achieve over a set period. These goals help you visualize the future you want and are the first step to achieving that
When it comes to saving money, building good habits is the most important and they will determine how much you can ultimately save. Here's how.
Stop making these 5 common money mistakes and achieve financial independence and spend a happy life free of financial stress.
If you are looking for the right way to invest, use these golden rules of investing to get started. The rules will ensure the safe investing of your funds and savings in the right place.
Building wealth via investments requires tough skin, boldness, and risk tolerance. Saving also requires discipline; learn their differences and how to maximize both.
In all facets of life, knowledge is power. This is also true for managing your personal finances. Understanding these terms will equip you with more knowledge to manage finances better.
At Koa, we want to see you win and achieve your financial goals faster by saving towards goals that matter to you and growing your money through high interest offered on your savings.