January: How To Survive The Longest Month of The Year Financially1 min read
At the beginning of every new year,January pregnant with expectations, comes with a lot of apprehension mainly premised on the myth that it is the hardest and longest month of the year in terms of managing finances.
Many people therefore approach the month with mixed feelings; some are prepared to confront whatever challenges come their way, and others throw themselves at the mercy of the month.
The month of January unfortunately falls within the harmattan season, which also connotes the dry season but that does not mean because it falls within the harmattan, people are bound to suffer untold hardship.
Investment Advisor, Korsi Dzokoto has educated Ghanaians on how they can survive January, the longest month of the year financially.
Korsi Dzokoto said for a person to be able to survive, he must check his budget and spend accordingly.
Speaking on the Ama Ghana Morning Show on Time FM 97.7Mhz, January 3, 2024, he said “January is the month you must plan and get extra income but if you don’t plan there may be hardship.”
Korsi Dzokoto told Nana Kwabena Ampratwum that, if a person didn’t plan for January he must manage the money he has for the rest of the month.