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Thinking Outside The Box With Your Finances Through Forex Trading

Posted January 31, 2016 under Guest Posts | 1 Comment

Basic economics teaches us that human wants are unlimited but the resources to meet those wants are limited. In essence, we have a limitless number of things we would like to buy but the money to buy those things are limited for most of us and that’s why economists developed what they call a “scale […]

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3 Business Tools Every Entrepreneur Should Have

Posted January 29, 2016 under Guest Posts | 1 Comment
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Being an entrepreneur comes with many challenges. Besides making money, you also have to manage it. That can cause headache, especially as you want to focus on your business idea, instead of handling all the nitty gritty work. Nevertheless, that’s part of being an entrepreneur. Unless you generate enough cash-flow to employ someone to take […]

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Why New Year’s Day is Not Really Worth Waiting For

Posted December 23, 2015 under Guest Posts | 1 Comment
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Are you excited for New Year’s Day? I’m sure you are, just like me. Most people look forward to this day because it’s a great time to mark a new beginning in their life. However, my friend April has a different view regarding this perspective. Let’s read what she has to say below. — New […]

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The Things I Learned Since I Started Investing

Posted December 12, 2015 under Guest Posts, Investing | 3 Comments
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One of my greatest joys is seeing someone’s life change for the better. And I feel honored to have known and be friends with Philip, who will share some investing lessons today. I am a witness to his journey from being an ordinary employee, to becoming a financial literacy advocate who’s been helping Filipino families […]

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The Pain Of Renting A Home And My Wise Cure

Posted December 3, 2015 under Guest Posts | 2 Comments
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Aside from the stock market, real estate is another popular investment that Filipinos go into. From house and lots to condominiums, from apartments to commercial and office spaces – there’s really a lot of income opportunities in real estate. For today, we have an article contribution from Marvin, who shares with us his story of […]

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7 Ways Filipino SMEs Can Simplify Their Bookkeeping

Posted November 18, 2015 under Business, Guest Posts | 1 Comment
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Most small business owners approach bookkeeping-related tasks with trepidation, as it can quickly turn into a tedious and time-consuming activity, especially for those who don’t follow a workable strategy. For SMEs on an upward trajectory, bookkeeping tasks can give way to more immediate concerns like those related to HR services, marketing, sales, or managing day-to-day […]

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How Your Business Can Profit from Gift Certificates

Posted August 30, 2015 under Business, Guest Posts, In Focus | No Comments
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As a blogger, I normally get invited to business events. While we don’t really get paid in cash to cover and write about them, we do sometimes receive gift certificates in exchange for our efforts in spreading the news about the business. Moreover, giving GCs as a birthday present is something I normally do for […]

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How Filipino Entrepreneurs Can Compete In The South East Asian Arena

Posted July 3, 2015 under Business, Guest Posts | 1 Comment
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The ASEAN Integration is just around the corner, and there is a need for Filipino entrepreneurs to prepare for the opportunities and challenges that this will bring. Today, my friend Sean General shares the lessons he learned from a professor, on how SME business owners can become a competitive player in the ASEAN market. Let’s […]

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3 Reasons Why My Finances Changed in Two Years

Posted June 19, 2015 under Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 9 Comments
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How long does it take to change, and turn around your finances? For Abe, it takes just two years, and today he’ll share with you the three reasons why he was able to achieve it. Let’s read his story below. — Two years ago, a friend in church approached me and asked me about saving […]

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How to Avoid Being Broke in Your 20’s

Posted June 9, 2015 under Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 6 Comments
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I remember being broke during my 20’s – and it happened not once, but twice. The first time was really bad because I drowned in credit card debts. The second time however, was a bit different, because I used up all my savings to start a business that eventually failed. Though different in circumstances, there […]

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My Infamous Blue Book: The Road to Financial Freedom

Posted May 7, 2015 under Guest Posts | 9 Comments
Me, and Mufti during the Financial Fitness Forum 2015

It’s not easy to maintain a blog, let alone one about personal finance because it’s a topic that was not taught to us in school. As such, I rely most of the time on the lessons I learned from experience and observation, which makes me occasionally question myself if I’m sharing anything valuable to my […]

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The Consequences of Not Having a Business Permit in the Philippines

Posted April 29, 2015 under Business, Guest Posts | 4 Comments
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Are you planning to operate without a business permit? It is always tempting to do so, especially given the long process of registering a business in the Philippines. However, I wouldn’t advise it unless you want to risk facing unfavorable consequences, which will be explained to us today by guest writer, Danella. Let’s read what […]

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