5 Financial Habits You Should Establish in Your Twenties

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Between trying to find your career sweet spot, weeding out toxic relationships to get your personal life together, and finally coming around to making the down-payment for your first studio apartment — your twenties are also the time for when you’re supposed to start establishing a successful personal financial plan that won’t see you having […]

Limited Offer: FREE Video Lessons at Business Academy PH

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A few months ago, a reader asked me for book recommendations. Particularly, she wanted me to suggest good titles on personal finance and investments. I asked her what books has she already read, and she enumerated the most popular ones like “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, “Think and Grow Rich”, and a few others. I then […]

FREE Download: Credit Card Debt Payment Calculator Excel Spreadsheet

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If you own several credit cards and want to pay off your debts, then here’s a tool that can help you. This free download is an Excel spreadsheet that helps you calculate how much you should pay each credit card every month, so you can strategically reduce and eliminate your debts. I used the Snowball […]

7 Bad Financial Advice That a Lot of People Follow

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When you need financial advice, who do you ask? For many, it’s their closest friends. Unfortunately, not everyone can give good financial advice. If someone has no background nor experience in personal finance and investments, then they’ll most likely give misguided financial advice. But because we trust our friends, people who seek such advice are […]

Cutting Risks in Forex by XTrade Europe

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You may have noticed that the value of currencies fluctuates throughout the day. Investing in the forex market through platforms such as XTrade Europe can be potentially profitable based on the movement of these currencies. As technologies have improved, the Forex market has become more accessible resulting in an unprecedented growth in trading. Day trading […]

On Life Goals and Financial Priorities

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When you were a kid, I’m sure a lot of people asked you what you wanted to be when you grow up. As you entered school, the question changed to what career you wanted to pursue. It was exciting to answer these questions, primarily because we had the freedom to choose among many possibilities, to […]

Traffic in Manila and its Costs on Pinoys

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If the quote “Time is gold” is literally true, then the Philippines is throwing away hundreds of gold bars every day. Traffic in Manila and a lot of other places in the country has been a scourge to the millions of commuters for decades, and it has gotten significantly worse lately. The big-picture problem of […]

Money Insights and Advice: Introducing My Video Blogging Project

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I’ve always been interested in doing a video blog. However, I never really got around to making one until recently. The video blogging project is entitled, “Money Insights and Advice” and I’m doing it with fellow Registered Financial Planner, Rienzie Biolena. As you will watch below, it’s not really a serious personal finance show. Rienzie […]

Save Money on Printing Costs with Brother International Philippines’ Toner Management Program (TMP)

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Does your business have a print policy? Do you monitor how much your printing costs are? If not, then your company could be losing money. However, you’re not alone. According to a Gartner Group research, 90% of companies are unaware of how much exactly they are spending on printing costs. In fact, print is typically […]

How to Save Money for a Laptop, Smartphone, and other Gadgets

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Gadgets, such as laptops and smartphones, are now part of our lives. I dare say it’s essential to own them if we want convenient access to the internet and optimize our work productivity. Unfortunately, gadgets are expensive. A laptop that’s suitable for work can cost at least P30,000 or more than a month’s worth of […]

10 Easy Ways to Save Money on Christmas Gifts

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The holiday season is just around the corner. If you want to save money on Christmas gifts, now is the perfect time to start planning your budget. Don’t use all your Christmas bonus and 13th month pay on buying presents. Instead, plan your holiday shopping wisely so you’ll have money left for your savings and […]

5 Reasons Why You Must Be at the Kerygma Conference 2016: FORWARD

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How are things at home and at work? Are there so many things taking up your time these days? The more you need to step back and take stock so that you’ll know how to best move forward to where you want to go. Forward Incidentally, this is the theme of Bo Sanchez’s Kerygma Conference, […]