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HOW MUCH DO YOU SAVE PER DAY?

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Dear Friend, Lets talk about HOW MUCH DO YOU SAVE PER DAY?

HOW MUCH DO YOU SAVE PER DAY?

HOW MUCH DO YOU SAVE PER DAY?

This letter comes your way to ask two simple questions;

a) How much do you spend per day?

b) How much do you save per day?

The answer to HOW MUCH DO YOU SAVE PER DAY? must be the same. It therefore means that if you spend Kshs 200 per day, then you MUST save Kshs 200 per day (Kshs 6k per  month) to maintain your lifestyle when you retire. This money can be invested to earn you more for retirement.


Saving and investing are two different ways to prepare for the future. In my opinion, the difference between saving and investing boils down to risk tolerance and time frame. Generally, savings should be used for short term planning, and investing for long term planning. Strong financial planning calls for a mixture of both saving and investing, and today’s question is about how to balance cash savings and investing for retirement.

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FAITH THE SIZE OF A MUSTARD SEED – The Key to Open Doors

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FAITH THE SIZE OF A MUSTARD SEED – The Key to Open Doors

This is FAITH THE SIZE OF A MUSTARD SEED – The Key to Open Doors. In Mathew 17:20-21 we read; “20[21]He replied, Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain,‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.”

FAITH THE SIZE OF A MUSTARD SEED – The Key to Open Doors is a conversation our Lord Jesus Christ had with his disciples. We find his answer rather unique; Did the disciples have that little faith? Yes, Jesus could see through their minds and thoughts. Luke 17:5-6 says “5The apostles said to the Lord, “Increase our faith!” 6He replied, “If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it will obey you.” Faith is the key to open all Doors in your life. Be they health, jobs,discouragement,businesses, peace in the family, ministry, career etc.

In Mathew 8:7-9 13, we read that “7Jesus said to him, “Shall I come and heal him?” 8The centurion replied, “Lord, I do not deserve to have you come under my roof. But just say the word, and my servant will be healed”. The centurion had such strong faith that his servant was healed even without Jesus coming to his house where the sick servant lay. Faith led John and Peter to declare healing to the crippled man as we find inActs 3:6-7 “6Then Peter said, “Silver or gold I do not have, but what I do have I give you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk.”


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Looking to venture into Strawberry farming in Kenya?

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Looking to venture into Strawberry farming in Kenya

Looking to venture into Strawberry farming in Kenya

Looking to venture into Strawberry farming in Kenya? Do you have a quarter acre that is idle or you are not happy with the returns? We can guarantee a return of Kshs 50K per Month! This is if you follow our program to the letter. A seedling is Kshs 50 which includes planting it and taking care of it until you start harvesting within 3-6 months! Start with as little as 500 seedlings and multiply them to over 7,500 seedlings within 6-12 months! You sell the fruit and seedlings pap.

Strawberry farming has huge income potential and can easily turn you from a job-seeker to a job-creator or from an employee to an employer in less than 12 months. Strawberries can grow in almost every part of our country Kenya, provided there is constant water supply, stable temperature in the range of 10 – 30 degrees Celsius and you follow our program to the letter.

It takes about 70-90 days for the crop to mature and produce the first fruits. But because the fruits are highly perishable (stays fresh for 4-5 days after harvesting), it is advisable to start looking for market early enough to avoid incurring losses.


There is Demand if Looking to venture into Strawberry farming in Kenya

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TIPS TO OWN A HUSTLE FREE HOUSE FOR KSHS 1.95M ONLY

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OWN A HUSTLE FREE HOUSE FOR KSHS 1.95M ONLY

OWN A HUSTLE FREE HOUSE FOR KSHS 1.95M ONLY

Thanks for getting in touch on how to own a hustle free house for Kshs 1.95m Only.

Mwanjari Investments Ltd is a real estate company dealing with plots and house construction. Since 2010, we have been dealing with people who buy the plots either in cash, 3 months installments or financing through banks.

This has made us realize how housing is expensive in Kenya including rent and we came up with an idea of how people can be paying for houses as they live in them INSTEAD OF PAYING RENT. Construction is more affordable than buying a ready house but we do both. We realized even after paying a lot of cash to the landlords for comfort, most people end up moving into their houses before they are fully completed as long us they are habitable. We therefore came up with the cheapest habitable house of Kshs 1M Cash.

STEPS TO OWN A HUSTLE FREE HOUSE for Kshs 1.95m Only

1) Visit our offices for a brief on the plots locations and prices.

2) Visit our plots for viewing

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Debt Collection Services in Kenya at 12.5%

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Debt Collection Services in Kenya at 12.5%

Debt Collection Services in Kenya at 12.5%

Debt collection services in Kenya has picked momentum with the grow of the businesses. There are more transactions and business volume. As such, there tendency for a business not to be able to collect debts on time becomes a reality. This then leads to businesses seeking help to get their customers to pay.


Introduction to Debt Collection Services in Kenya at 12.5%

Well the business environment has many would be debt collectors. The first is the in-house Receivables Accountant. This is an accountant employed to specifically collect debts on behalf of the company. His work station is at the company premises. While this sounds workable, more often than not, he/she is not able to rake in the debts as and when required by the business. This leads to delay in paying suppliers and could even affect business performance.

This is where our valuable services come in handy. Whereas your receivables accountant may not move around to see customers, we can. We do it professionally so that we do not strain the business relationship. Unlike lawyers, we dot intimidate customers with legal consequences. This is because we believe all outstanding debts are as a result of disagreement or lack of follow-ups.

Procedure for Debt Collection Services in Kenya at 12.5%

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Outsourced Accounting Services Kenya

When a client contact us,we schedule a meeting preferably at the clients office. This is because we get a chance to preview the debts and the available documentation. From there the contract is signed and files opened for each debt. The first step is to reconcile the accounts and establish how much can truly be collected. The reconciliations are done in Ms Excel and the clients gets a soft copy.

The next step is to visit the debtors with a letter from us detailing the debt and payment terms. This will be copied to the client and our legal representatives. The letter gives the debtor the liberty to settle the debt amicably. Any reconciliations are shared with the debtor and responses must be received within 7 days. The letters are emailed as scanned copies and also hand delivered. In extreme cases, we use registered mail.

Looking for Debt Collection Services in Kenya at 12.5%?

We are a team of qualified and registered CPA’s trading as www.acdigitalentreprenership.com located at Blessed House, Opposite Garden City Mall.  With a combined experience of over 30 years in handling accounts receivables (Debtors) and accounts payable (Creditors), we know why debtors don’t pay and we will make them pay. If you need Debt Collection Services in Kenya at 12.5%, please contact us at 0722 281679. We will collect all your debts within the shortest time possible to improve your cash flow and profitability.


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BUSINESS PLAN WRITING SERVICES IN KENYA

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BUSINESS PLAN WRITING KENYA

BUSINESS PLAN WRITING IN KENYA

If you are thinking about starting a business in Kenya, then you need a well done business plan regardless of your business nature or size. You probably are wondering what that really means, a business plan is a plan that sets out the future approach and economic growth of a business, in most cases, the plan covers a number of years.  It is the most focal component for a flourishing business.

It is important to understand that to be able to get funds from an investor your business plan should be well written. A point to note is that banks and other financial institutions in Kenya give funds to persons who comply with the specific guidelines. This is to ensure that investing in your business will not be a waste of time and money on their side.

Below is an outline of the eight important steps that need to be taken in order to come up with a winning business plan:


STEPS TO OBSERVE IN BUSINESS PLAN WRITING IN KENYA

  • A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This is the key segment of a business plan as it is meant to convince the intended investor that your business is worth investing in. The summary is also essential as it communicates to employees on what is expected of them. However, communication does not stop at the employees but it also extends to the probable customers. Continue reading

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5 Things You Must Learn to Succeed at Freelancer.com in Kenya

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Succeed as a Freelancer.com in Kenya

Succeed as a Freelancer.com in Kenya

If you just joined Freelancer.com, here are some of the things you need to learn in order to Succeed at Freelancer.com in Kenya.

Learn on the job to Succeed at Freelancer.com in Kenya

Every time you secure a job, make sure you pick up valuable skills and techniques that will be very useful as you move forward in your career. This guarantees you to Succeed at Freelancer.com in Kenya. But equally, you will also pick up bad habits. As a freelancer, except for the occasional kind editor, there’s no one to teach you, to tell you what will help you succeed and what writing techniques will take the power out of your writing.

Charge an hourly rate and a flat rate to Succeed at Freelancer.com in Kenya

My believe is that you should fix your hourly rate or fixed rate as per the job at hand. The hourly rate may often works against you but you gain more experience and expertise. The flat rate enables you to have a constant weekly income. Continue reading

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Writing a Seminar Paper in Kenya

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Writing a Seminar Paper in Kenya

Writing a Seminar Paper in Kenya

A Seminar paper in Kenya is designed to introduce students to critical thinking. This leads to understanding its importance and characteristics, and to facilitate the development of critical thinking skills as applied in academia to reading and writing. Additionally, writing a seminar paper provides a forum for the development and dissemination of knowledge and understanding about relevant /contemporary business issues. Because critical thinking skills are best taught within a context or content area, writing the seminar paper focuses on applying critical thinking in a business related field.

Components of a Seminar Paper in Kenya

There are three key parts in a seminar paper in Kenya, namely;

  1. Title and the name of the author – This is covered on the cover page. You can also include am affiliation
  2. Abstract: This should not be more than 250 words.
  3. Table of Contents: With a maximum of 2-Levels

Issue/Problem identification and Background Information for Seminar Paper in Kenya

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Prime Land, Plots Properties Nairobi City

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We have great offers for Prime Land, Plots Properties Nairobi City. Call/Text/WhatsApp 0722 281679 Now,,,

To understand Prime Land, Plots Properties Nairobi City lets look at Nairobi. Being Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, (a prime area) is one of the largest cities in Africa and a major financial and political centre for the continent. Nairobi is also popularly known as the “Green City in the Sun”, getting the nickname from the many open green spaces found scattered throughout the metropolitan area. Sitting on the banks of the Nairobi River, almost 6,000 feet above sea level, the city was founded in 1899, originally as a rail depot linking Mombasa to Uganda. During Kenya’s colonial period, Nairobi grew into the capital of British East Africa, and became a centre for many of the colony’s prime industries, including sisal, tea and coffee.

Multinational companies and international organizations, including the United Nations Environment Program, the UN Office, Google, Coca Cola and General Electric have their African headquarters in the city. The Nairobi Stock Exchange is one of largest in Africa, bringing in 10 million trades a day.

All of these contribute to Nairobi’s being a hub for business, culture, international relations and social action. It is also an international media centre for networks such as the BBC, Reuters, the Associated Press, CNN and Agence France-Presse. Nairobi has two major English-language newspapers, the Daily Nation and The Standard, the most widely circulated papers in the East African region.

There is still a British presence in Nairobi’s society and culture. Many of the city’s districts have British-sounding names, such as Parklands and Hurlingham. When Nairobi was under British rule, many immigrants from other British colonies, especially Pakistan and India, settled here. There are also numerous established communities from Sudan, Gujarat and Somalia. Seeing all the temples, mosques and churches in the city is a testament to this great diversity in its population.

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