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Part 1 of 8

Do you spend more than you earn?
Why We Ask

Spending way more than necessary is why people stay broke. This problem affects everyone, no matter how much you earn. The more you earn, the more likely you’re tempted to… spend!.

Part 2 of 8

If you stopped having an income today, would you be able to cover your expenses for the next 3-6 months?
Why We Ask

It’s essential to have some form of emergency funds, in case of a scenario where you are unable to work due to some unforeseen circumstances.

Part 3 of 8

Do you think you are adequately covered with personal insurance?
Why We Ask

Having a comprehensive insurance coverage is usually a big part of a sound financial portfolio.

Part 4 of 8

Do you pay your credit card bills in full every month?
Why We Ask

While credit cards are an easy way to pay, spending more than you earn becomes tempting. Credit card debt can pile up, with hefty interest rate charges.

Part 5 of 8

Have you prioritized and planned out your financial goals?
Why We Ask

Planning starts early. The earlier you’ve got it planned out, the easier it is to achieve them. If you’re still.

Part 6 of 8

Are you planning to retire within the next 20 years?
Why We Ask

Because retirement is one of the biggest phases of your life you need to start planning for, ASAP. Why work until 65 when you can retire by 45 with a proper retirement plan?.

Part 7 of 8

Are you currently investing?
Why We Ask

Investing is one of the best ways you can start growing your wealth. Even if you may not have enough knowledge, tools, or capital, we can guide you along.

Part 8 of 8

Are you upgrading yourself by learning new skills and knowledge regularly?
Why We Ask

Investing in yourself can sometimes be even more important than investing your money. Maximize your earning potential by continually upgrading yourself, and learning new things

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Q1. Do you spend more than you earn?

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Q2. If you stopped having an income today, would you be able to cover your expenses for the next 3-6 months?

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Q3. Do you think you are adequately covered with personal insurance?

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Q4. Do you pay your credit card bills in full every month?

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Q5. Have you prioritized and planned out your financial goals?

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Q6. Are you planning to retire within the next 20 years?

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Q7. Are you currently investing your money?

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Q8. Are you upgrading yourself by learning new skills and knowledge regularly?

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