Managing your money efficiently can often take a backseat to the demands of a busy work life in a world where time is a...
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As an average Nigerian employee whose payday is by default the closing days of the month, the cost of living can be quite tough on your wallet.
Financial freedom is a goal that every one of us strives to attain. However, it is one word that many people often misuse.
Living paycheck to paycheck is a huge struggle for employees that only get paid their salaries by month end.
Whenever payday comes, it’s a chance to check in on your financial picture, make positive changes, and set new habits. Whether your paycheck comes in regular intervals or your income streams are less predictable, payday routines are important.
As an employee, living paycheck-to-paycheck can be a very devastating ordeal. Talking about a situation where you're only able to cover your basic expenses with your monthly income, and you often have little or nothing left to sustain you until your next payday.
The rise of on-demand pay has given employees the ability to access their earned wages whenever they need them.
One of the most important parts of running a business is payroll processing. As a business owner, you must pay your employees their agreed salaries at the end of a work period.
On-demand pay, also called instant income, is a payment method adopted in paying employees wages as they work instead of waiting until the end of the month before they get paid.