How to Start a T-Shirt Printing Business: Quick Tips

Updated: June 18, 2017 | Business | 2 Comments

I’ve always been fascinated with silkscreen printing when I was a kid. And maybe that was the reason why I eventually got myself into the t-shirt printing business. It’s not a big operation. And I mainly cater to special consignment orders from novelty stores and student organizations. But the income has been enough to give […]

6 Reasons Why Athletes Can Make Successful Entrepreneurs

Published: June 1, 2017 | Business, Guest Posts | No Comments

Can an athlete become a successful entrepreneur? My good friend, Alex shares his thoughts with us today. As a fitness enthusiast, runner, and Muay Thai practitioner, I learned slowly and painfully that success isn’t handed to you. I have been in the backbreaking fitness realm for quite some time and wish to be in it […]

6 Quick Tips on Starting a Gym or Fitness Center Business

Updated: June 18, 2017 | Business | 4 Comments

Are you a fitness buff? Then starting a gym or fitness center could be the best business idea for you. It’s a profitable venture, especially today when people have become more body and health-conscious because of social media. Everyone wants to look and feel good for their selfies and travel photos. Below are six quick […]

Disaster Preparedness: Have a Grab-and-Go Bag

Published: May 26, 2017 | General Information | 3 Comments

In unexpected ways, we can suddenly find ourselves in the middle of a disaster that will require us to evacuate our homes. It can be a fire, storm or hurricane. There could be an earthquake or worse, insurgencies. When this happens, it helps to have a “grab-and-go” bag where all your vital documents are stored. […]

BIR For Freelancers: A Quick Guide to Paying Taxes

Published: May 24, 2017 | General Information | 4 Comments

Paying taxes is mandatory. It’s what all law-abiding citizens do. Employees don’t really have to think about it as it’s done automatically by their company for them. But it’s a different story for freelancers and business owners. Today, we focus on how freelancers can register and pay taxes to the BIR. Particularly, what are the […]

Tips on How OFWs Can Get Out of Debt and Start Saving

Updated: June 18, 2017 | Personal Finance | No Comments

It’s so easy for Overseas Filipino Workers to get a personal loan, especially in the Middle East. And this has caused a lot of them to become buried in debt. To make things worse, a lot of OFWs borrow money just to buy unnecessary stuff. They purchase cars, new gadgets, luxury bags, flat screen TVs, […]

5 Biggest Financial Mistakes that 50-Year-Olds Regret The Most

Published: May 19, 2017 | Life Lessons, Personal Finance | 5 Comments

I had the chance to talk to future retirees during a recent speaking engagement. Among the topics that we discussed were the biggest financial mistakes that they regret, now that they’re in their 50’s. Today, I’m sharing with you a few of their stories, which I hope you’ll find valuable. Read beyond their sentiments and […]

5 Quick Tips on Starting a Travel Agency Business in the Philippines

Published: May 17, 2017 | Business | No Comments

It’s fun to travel. And with social media showcasing a lot of wonderful destinations, who wouldn’t be tempted to travel, right? I actually know someone who has his travel agency on speed dial in his mobile phone! As you may know, traveling is not just about fun and leisure. A lot of people also travel […]

8 Money Tasks Couples Must Do Before Getting Married

Published: May 10, 2017 | Personal Finance | 3 Comments

Getting married means more than just committing to love one another. It also means accepting the duty to work together as a team in tackling the financial obligations of the family. Talking about money is a must for engaged couples. Planning for a wedding is not as important as planning for your future, so don’t […]