Community Quarantine & Lockdown Money Tips (Episode 11)

Posted by under Freelancing, Personal Finance, Podcast . Published: March 19, 2020

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Summary of Episode 11:

For those who are feeling anxious because of the recent events, you can check out what I wrote recently: How I Deal With Anxiety and Remain Productive During These Stressful Times (1:00)

The Financial Fitness Forum 2020 has been rescheduled to May 23, 2020 and the new venue will be at the SMX Convention Center, SM Aura, Taguig City. (1:40)

Tip #1: List down your expenses. Study how you’re spending during these times that you’re living a a simple lifestyle. (2:50)

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Tip #2: Explore and learn mobile and online banking, digital banking, and digital wallets. (4:10)

Tip #3: Clean your house. Group items into four categories: keep, sell, donate, and throw. Likewise, check and organize your financial and legal documents (7:35)

Tip #4: Define, revisit, and reassess your financial goals. (10:35)

Tip #5: Explore, learn, and make money online as a freelancer. (12:40)

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One Response to “Community Quarantine & Lockdown Money Tips (Episode 11)”


  1. Jack says:

    Thank you Ftiz for this wonderful podcast that we were able to enjoy together as a family. You provided us with both a verbal pat on the back for our on-line gigs (wife, academic writing/ hubby active on-line options trader) that we have both used to earn from home while the quarantine is in effect. Work for us has continued in an almost normal manner. If anything, I am earning way more than usual due to the extreme high market volatility which jacks up option prices to insane levels. I will gladly trade these high profits for a normal market where people are not suffering!!! In addition, you have inspired us to look at one of our weak areas for possible improvement. We find it scary that my wife’s Mom can not get her maintenance medication in a quantity that would allow her to have several months in stock at home for emergencies such as we are all facing today. Beyond electronic payments to my bride for her work and my regular transfers of retirement money, we today decided we need to set up a better way to pay for things such as the aforementioned medications in emergency situations. We thank you for the great family discussion we had after the podcast with out young troops and our new determination to do even better going forward.

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