Posts under Guest Posts

Maintaining An Air Conditioner Unit In A Tropical Climate

Published: September 1, 2018 | Guest Posts, Money Saving Tips, Personal Finance | No Comments

The 2017 World A/C demand was estimated to reach 110.56 million units in 2017, which showed an 8.1% increase over the previous year. The second-largest market for air conditioning units in the world was Asia, whose demand reached 17.30 million units. This isn’t that astounding considering that the coldest month in places such as the […]

Tags: , , , , ,

How and Why You Should Keep a Spending Journal

Published: August 20, 2018 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 3 Comments

Keeping a budget can be a powerful tool for managing your finances, but it is not always easy to make. When writing up a budget, it is necessary to know how much money you spend on what purchases. A spending journal is a great way to add up and even itemize expenditures. What is a […]

Tags: , , , , , , ,

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 […]

Tags:

Useful Insurance Tips for Contractors

Updated: August 29, 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 […]

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

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 […]

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

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 […]

Tags: , , ,

How To Teach Kids The Value of Earning Money

Published: May 31, 2018 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 1 Comment

Do your kids think ATMs dispense any amount of cash we want forever? Before they think you have an infinite source of money, your kids need to know how much hard work it takes to make money, and that it is not limitless. Introduce money lessons to your children and make it a fun learning […]

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Money Moves To Make When You Land Your First Job

Published: May 14, 2018 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 1 Comment

Landing your first job after school, whether you left after high school or went on to University, is an exciting venture and an opportunity to grasp with both hands. Not only are you immersing yourself in the world of work for the first time, you’re also getting money, which is considered a huge perk. However, […]

Tags: ,

Secure Your Family’s Future: Investment for Young Parents

Updated: September 11, 2018 | Guest Posts, Investing | 2 Comments

Starting a family is no joke. Everything costs a lot of money, from giving birth to raising kids and sending them to school. Household expenses also keep piling up. Can you relate? You’re in that life stage when you’re earning a high income, yet you’re struggling with the increasing costs of supporting your family. You […]

Tags: , ,

Wish to Take a Loan? Here’s How You Need to Start

Updated: May 9, 2018 | General Information, Guest Posts | 1 Comment

Anyone who is familiar with banking, finance or trading is familiar with the term loan. Loans are a convenient method of buying or investing in something that you need, want or intend to get immediately, with convenient payment options like EMI. In recent years, different types of loans have emerged with different packages and benefits. […]

Tags: ,

Handling Finances as an OFW

Published: March 19, 2018 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 1 Comment

One common impression about Filipinos working abroad is they earn more compared to what they could earn in the Philippines. However, how many of them do you think are able to spend responsibly? Most often, only a few. We’ve heard all those sad stories, whether on the news or even from a close friend or […]

Tags: , , , , ,

A Step-by-Step Guide to The Ideal Forex Swing Trading Routine

Published: November 20, 2017 | Guest Posts | 1 Comment

One of the most important things to realize as an aspiring trader is that if you want to earn a living as a professional trader, you need to start acting like one. Most importantly, you need to start following the habits that lead to success. One of the main things that separates retail traders from […]

Tags: , , ,

5 Essential Money Quotes You Will Find in Personal Finance Books

Updated: September 4, 2018 | Guest Posts | 2 Comments

Personal finance books can teach us a lot about how to be smarter with our money. They can be essential whether you’re trying to get out of debt, save money for retirement, or just become more financially stable overall. Start on your journey to financial health today with these 5 essential money quotes that I’ve […]

Tags: , , ,

How To Lead Millennials In The Workplace: 3 Proven Ways To Motivate Them at Work

Published: August 17, 2017 | Guest Posts | No Comments

Born from the 1980s to the early 2000s, many Millennials have graduated college and entered the workforce. They are destined to become future business leaders and managers. As of 2016, 4 out of 9 Filipino Millennials are working, Philippines Statistics Authority reports. But 2 in 3 Millennials expect to leave their current job by 2020, […]

Tags: , , , , , , ,