8 Admirable Habits of Debt-Free People

Published: August 17, 2018 | Personal Finance | No Comments

What is it like to be debt-free? What does it take to live a debt-free lifestyle? Is it possible to become debt-free on a low income? For me, the biggest advantage of being debt-free is never having to worry about debt collectors. And consequently, avoiding the emotional distress caused by their constant calls and letters. […]

How Virtual Reality Is Revolutionizing The Way Filipinos Buy Real Estate

Published: August 8, 2018 | General Information, Guest Posts | No Comments

In 2017, an estimated 15 million visitors spent more than 2.7 million hours online in search of a home, according to the real estate firm, Lamudi. This is not surprising, given that there are over 67 million internet users in the Philippines alone. However, a slice of technology in the industry has yet to fully […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Use Your Bank’s Mobile App

Updated: August 9, 2018 | Personal Finance | No Comments

Mobile phones have gone a long way. Before, people just use it to make calls and send text messages. But now, it has become an indispensable tool in today’s technology-driven society. People use mobile phones not just to talk and send messages to other people, but also to surf the Internet, send email, play games, […]

Passive Income Through Social Copy Trading: Invest in Global Stocks and Currencies

Published: August 2, 2018 | Announcements, News and Events | 1 Comment

The two most popular financial markets are the equities market (stocks) and the forex market (currencies). In the Philippines, we have the Philippine Stock Exchange, where people invest and trade shares of companies.

Useful Insurance Tips for Contractors

Published: July 28, 2018 | General Information, Guest Posts | No Comments

There’s no such thing as an “easy job”. Each job presents its own distinct set of challenges that people must learn to deal with. There are some traditional workplace hazards that present a completely different kind of challenge. Luckily, there are multiple insurance plans and options that have been specifically designed for such situations. Contractors […]

4 Reasons Why Filing Taxes Can Benefit Your Life (For Freelancers, Licensed Professionals, and Entrepreneurs)

Updated: August 16, 2018 | Business, Freelancing, In Focus | No Comments

One of the most common questions people ask me is if it’s necessary for a starting freelancer or a newbie entrepreneur to file and pay taxes. The answer of course is yes, it is necessary and they should. It may seem common sense, but I understand where the question is coming from because I have […]

10 Income Sources For Travelers, Earn While On-The-Go

Updated: August 7, 2018 | Freelancing, Guest Posts, Income Opps | No Comments

Whether you’re just thinking about the logistics of travelling fair and wide, on an extended holiday to get a feel for properly travelling, or already fully immersed in the digital nomad lifestyle, at some point you have probably wondered how people make it work. Money-wise, that is. Sure, some people may be born into wealth […]

How To Financially Survive Living Without a Budget

Published: July 18, 2018 | Personal Finance | 4 Comments

Most people say that it’s important to create and follow a budget. Ironically, only a few can actually develop and properly manage one. One of the most common reasons, as I’ve observed, is that it’s time consuming and boring. Also, a few would claim that they’re not really good at numbers, so they can’t do […]

Buy a House and Lot for Less Than P2,000 Per Month

Published: July 12, 2018 | In Focus | No Comments

It is a dream for many Filipinos to buy their own house and lot. In my observation, it is usually the top financial goal for newly married couples. If you’re currently looking for an affordable house and lot, then you should definitely consider buying your home from BellaVita. BellaVita Land Corp. is a subsidiary of […]

ShopBack Philippines Celebrates 3 Years of Helping Users Save upto 30% on Online Shopping

Published: July 10, 2018 | In Focus, News and Events | No Comments

Pinoys have really embraced e-commerce in recent years. Evident to this are the numerous local websites, which sells just about anything and everything online for Filipinos. If you’re among those who like shopping online, then you should check out ShopBack Philippines. They’re an e-commerce cashback company that can help you save money when you buy […]

Building An Emergency Fund On A Low Income

Published: July 10, 2018 | Guest Posts, Money Saving Tips | No Comments

When competing with the rising costs of living and a low income which doesn’t appear to get any bigger, life can be stressful. With generation rent & debt (i.e. the millennials) becoming a prominent news headline, it’s difficult to know where you stand when it comes to saving for your future or living in the […]

A Strategy to Improve How You Learn from Experience

Published: July 5, 2018 | Life Lessons, Mindsetting | 1 Comment

They say that experience is the best teacher. That’s why when we fail or make a mistake, the optimistic view is to learn from that experience. I was once deep in credit card debts. It came to a point when collectors started calling my house and harassing my parents to pay my debts. That was […]

Guide to Investing in Fixed Income Instruments

Published: July 2, 2018 | Investing | No Comments

An investment can do three things: capital preservation, capital growth, and/or give regular income. This means it can protect the value of your money, significantly increase it, and/or provide cashflow, respectively. Investments can have other unique benefits, but all of them will definitely have one or two of these as its main feature. Additionally, an […]

How Many of These Types of Income Streams Do You Have?

Published: June 25, 2018 | Business, Freelancing, Investing, Personal Finance | 1 Comment

In wealth circles, it is often mentioned that millionaires have an average of seven streams of income. This means they have around seven sources of cashflow. Think about your financial situation and ask yourself, how many sources of income do you have? If you’re like most people, then you probably have two. The first would […]