How To Make More Profits Through Savings

Today, I will be talking about something a little different, and that is Savings.

How do you save money? Do you just deposit your money in a bank, decide not to touch it, and call it savings?

While that is okay, it is not a productive way to save. In case you did not know, you can EARN from saving money.

That is why, while saving in a bank is okay, it is mostly a less economical way of saving your money.

When you save, you should get something out of it. I know you are probably thinking of a fixed deposit now.

Yes, a fixed deposit gives you some interest but the highest interest any Nigerian bank would give as interest for savings is 11%. While that is good too, you deserve better.

Also, if you are operating a target savings account, you should get some interest for using the platform. I mean, you could easily use a piggy bank to save money at home but you chose to patronize any of the banks’ platforms. You should get something for that.

Another way you can save money and earn is by investing, especially in agriculture.

You should choose a savings platform and structure that allows your money to work for you. That is, in a way that adds interest to your savings.

Our platform, Ceepass is one of the best platforms to save and make your money work for you.

When you operate a target savings platform with Ceepass, you get as much as 15% interest.

For fixed savings, you can get as much as 12.5% interest on your money.

You can also invest in our export financing and earn as much as 50% profit in 4 months.

If you decide to invest in agriculture, you can check out our contract farming platform, which gives you 32% to 73% profit in 6 months.

Sending your money to work for you is possible with Ceepass.

Check out our website to know more.

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Adama J. Adama

Adama J. Adama

The Chairman of Enadama Group. The Founder and CEO of Farm4Me Agriculture Limited.