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AIM Global KENYA Pays a maximum potential income of KES 48,000 per day…. How true??

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AIM Global KENYA Pays a maximum potential income of KES 48,000 per day…. How true??

AIM Global KENYA Pays a maximum potential income of KES 48,000 per day…. How true??

Here are some FACTS about the business:

  • AIM GLOBAL is only few years in KENYA meaning we are just starting! We are a Pioneer
  • AIM GLOBAL has over 3 Million business partners
  • AIM GLOBAL daily pay-out with high commission rate
  • AIM GLOBAL legally registered with CAC number 548096
  • AIM GLOBAL legally registered and Approved by NAFDAC
  • AIM GLOBAL has branch offices strategically located Nairobi, Kenya

World Class Awards!

HOW TO JOIN AIM GLOBAL IN KENYA?

STEP 1. First,YOU NEED A SPONSOR

You need a Sponsor, The one who invited you/ first whom you inquire with about the products or company.
If you have decided, then message me www.danielmuguko.com and I will give you further instructions.

STEP 2. Next, you need to buy our KENYA GLOBAL PACKAGE.

CHOOSE your Global Package and you’ll get products with its total worth value. We have a minimum of KES 23,000.
  • 1 GLOBAL PACKAGE = KES 23,000
  • 3 GLOBAL PACKAGE = KES 69,000
  • 7 GLOBAL PACKAGE = KES 161,000

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Business Plan Discipleship Ministry

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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