Dear RSA Holder,
I understand you have a busy lifestyle and planning for your future, which is paramount. You’ve worked hard to earn a comfortable living, and you want to ensure that your family is financially secure for years to come. With 19 PFA’s and 115 pension funds available in Nigeria, how can you be sure that you’re getting the best deal?
MoneyCounsellors.com is here to help. Our platform provides an easy-to-use tools that allows you to analyse, compare and review the performance of all pension funds managed by pension fund administrators (PFA’s) in Nigeria. We believe that making informed decisions about your pension is key to achieving your financial goals.
With our platform, you can compare your current PFA’s fund with all other funds in the group managed by other PFA’s and ensure you fund is performing as expected.
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So, what are you waiting for? Take control of your financial future, review the performance of your pension fund today.
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You can also download our guide “What to look out for when evaluating a PFA”.