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Do You Want To Write For GhanaCNN ? – APPLY

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Are you a freelancer or a columnist? If yes remains the answer then GhanaCNN.com is giving you that opportunity to do so.

Write an email to us or contact us on a phone call and we wish to bring you on board to be part of our class of content creators.

Students who also like to join or learn from us can also apply and will be giving all the needed assistance.

Are you ready to join us?

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Click on the link below to get our contacts. APPLY

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How To Manage Your Salary Wisely

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How To Manage Your Salary Wisely

It’s the first week of the month and your salary has finished. Why? If you can’t comprehensively answer that question then this post is for you.

Your salary or income is what most determines your lifestyle. Being able to manage your money effectively can be the difference in how and when you achieve financial freedom. If you are struggling with managing money, here’s how you can build a money routine that will ensure you meet your financial goals.

1. Track your spending
The first step to managing your salary wisely is to know where every cent is going. Keep an eye on how much you’re spending and for what, especially when it comes to personal expenses.

Make use of tracking apps, spreadsheets or even a book and pen if that’s what works for you, but you should be able to account for every penny of your paycheck.

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2. Stick to your budget
Budgeting is the baseline of all financial planning. It helps you stay in control of your money and allows you to keep a track of your expenses.

Plan for every expense carefully; whether it’s the 50-30-20 or 70-20-10 budgeting rule you intend to use, make a budget and stick to it.

3. Pay Off Debts
Another step to managing your salary wisely is to include a provision to pay off existing debt on time. It should be a priority when planning your salary.

Debt can be a heavy burden on your personal finances. You should consider paying them off as soon as possible once you start to generate a steady revenue stream.

4. Invest in what works for you
Besides an emergency fund, you should set aside some of your income towards investing for the future. You can start small while you figure out what option works best for you.

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Depending on your age and your financial goals, create an investment plan and build a diversified portfolio to secure your future.

5. Treat yourself wisely
It’s important to leave room for some of your wants to stay on track. If you don’t, you’ll be discouraged and eventually give into the pressure to splurge unnecessarily.

Just remember to keep it simple. If you want to buy yourself a gift, it should be budgeted for. Planning for your future doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your happiness in the present.

6. Automate your finances
Putting your money on autopilot is a really great way to successfully stick to your budget and financial goals. You can sign up for automatic debits or set up bill pay with your bank.

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Do this for your savings, investments and bill payments to ensure they are paid on time. Make necessary adjustments occasionally to ensure everything is going as planned.

Final Thoughts
The biggest favour you can do yourself is to smartly manage your money once your salary is paid. To live a comfortable life, implement these habits to make it easy for you to manage money.

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Government Finally Pays Public Sector Workers Salary Increment of 7%

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Government Finally Pays Public Sector Workers Salary Increment of 7%

GhanaCNN.com broke the news that public sector workers will this year receive a seven percent salary increment.

Fortunately, the 7% salary increment has finally been paid this month thus three per cent more than what they received last year 2021.

Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Ignatius Baffour Awuah, made the announcement at the 6th Quadrennial National Conference of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) in Kumasi.

Government last year increased salaries of public sector employees by four percent. Persons affected by the decision were unsatisfied.

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This year’s increment of 7% has finally been paid according to reports gathered by GhanaCNN.com from the electronic payment voucher for the month of February 2022.

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Salary Payment Voucher February ,2022 Is Ready For Validation

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Salary Payment Voucher February ,2022 Is Ready For Validation

GhanaCNN.com has gathered that the Salary Payment Voucher for February ,2022 is ready for validation.

In a post sighted at the Controller and Accountant General Departments (CAGD) validation portal by GhanaCNN.com, the department has instructed all validators to go on with staff validation before the stipulated time frame.

The message reads:

Good Evening ❗️

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Salary Payment Voucher for February ,2022 is ready for validation Kindly log on to www.gogspv.com to validate your Payment Voucher.

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