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Check out our resources, guides, tools, templates and more and start getting on top of your money now. We regularly updates this list so keep checking back from time to time. 

 

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Templates

Discover templates for budgeting and more.

Simple Personal Budget Template

Get started with creating a personal budget for using this easy to use Google Sheets template that we’ve modified for you.

1-Page CV Template – Improve your CV

Improve your CV with this 1-page CV template and increase your chances of landing your next job so you can earn more.

Apps & Software

Free apps to track your expenses, invest and more

Wallet – Expense Tracker & Budget Planner

Wallet helps you see all your finances in one place, plan your budget and track your spending and stay in control of your finances.

Spendee – Free Expense Tracker

Manage all your money from one place with Spendee. Track your income and expenses, and analyze your financial habits.

Achieve App – Save and invest from your phone

Achieve is a digital platform that makes it easy to start saving towards different goals  and investing in range of fixed income investments right from your smartphone.

Books and E-books

Recommended books and free e-books on managing money, earning more, etc 

The Richest Man in Babylon

This timeliness classic on personal finance teaches seven financial principles using parables set 8,000 years ago in ancient Babylonia. 

101 Smart Business You Can Start with Very Little Money

For those looking for ways to earn more, this e-book presents 101 different business ideas you can start with little money. 

1-Page CV Guide 

Increase your chances of landing your next job. Download this book and discover how to write a 1-Page CV every employer will love. 

The Smart Money Woman

The smart money woman tells the story of an African girl named Zuri who on the outside looks like she’s financially successful but goes through a series of mishaps that help her realize she is in fact broke and needs to make better financial decisions.