6 Excuses That Prevent Wantrepreneurs From Becoming Entrepreneurs

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Do you want to have your own business? If yes, then when are you planning to start building it? If your answer is “soon” or “hopefully someday” then you’re a certified wantrepreneur; a term that refers to someone who WANTS to become an entrepreneur in the future. Unfortunately, a lot of wantrepreneurs stay stuck and […]

Is Now the Right Time to Make Financial Changes?

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We are about to bid farewell to 2016, and usher in a brand-new year. The year to date has been peppered with challenges and opportunities. Commodities markets endured a beating in Q1 and Q2 of 2016, with the oil price plunging to a multi-year low at just $26 per barrel in February. Equities markets reeled, […]

Enroll Now at Business Academy PH and Learn How To Start a Business

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Enrollment for Batch 4 of Business Academy PH is now open. We’re currently accepting students, who would like to learn how to start a business, step by step. This unique learning opportunity will tackle the four most common obstacles that entrepreneurs face when building a business: How do I know if I’m ready to start […]

Reader Mail #34: Investing in UITF vs VUL

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Today, I’m sharing with you an email that I recently received. The sender is asking which is the better investment, UITF or VUL. Several people have also been asking me similar questions, that’s why I decided to answer it here today for everyone. But first, let’s read the letter of Mrs. M below: Hi Fitz. […]

9 Important Money Tasks You Should Do in December

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The new year is just around the corner, and we’re now reaching the peak of the holiday celebrations. Most of us will be busy attending Christmas parties, school reunions, and yuletide events – but I hope you can also find time to do a personal financial check-up. It’s a good time to take stock of […]

How to Know if You Are Financially Ready to Get Married

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Getting married is a major life decision. Apart from the changes in lifestyle that marriage brings, it also has a big impact in a person’s financial state. As such, it is important to have these four considerations, so as to determine if one is already financially ready to tie the knot and start a family. […]

5 Financial Habits You Should Establish in Your Twenties

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Between trying to find your career sweet spot, weeding out toxic relationships to get your personal life together, and finally coming around to making the down-payment for your first studio apartment — your twenties are also the time for when you’re supposed to start establishing a successful personal financial plan that won’t see you having […]

Limited Offer: FREE Video Lessons at Business Academy PH

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A few months ago, a reader asked me for book recommendations. Particularly, she wanted me to suggest good titles on personal finance and investments. I asked her what books has she already read, and she enumerated the most popular ones like “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, “Think and Grow Rich”, and a few others. I then […]

FREE Download: Credit Card Debt Payment Calculator Excel Spreadsheet

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If you own several credit cards and want to pay off your debts, then here’s a tool that can help you. This free download is an Excel spreadsheet that helps you calculate how much you should pay each credit card every month, so you can strategically reduce and eliminate your debts. I used the Snowball […]

7 Bad Financial Advice That a Lot of People Follow

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When you need financial advice, who do you ask? For many, it’s their closest friends. Unfortunately, not everyone can give good financial advice. If someone has no background nor experience in personal finance and investments, then they’ll most likely give misguided financial advice. But because we trust our friends, people who seek such advice are […]

Cutting Risks in Forex by XTrade Europe

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You may have noticed that the value of currencies fluctuates throughout the day. Investing in the forex market through platforms such as XTrade Europe can be potentially profitable based on the movement of these currencies. As technologies have improved, the Forex market has become more accessible resulting in an unprecedented growth in trading. Day trading […]

On Life Goals and Financial Priorities

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When you were a kid, I’m sure a lot of people asked you what you wanted to be when you grow up. As you entered school, the question changed to what career you wanted to pursue. It was exciting to answer these questions, primarily because we had the freedom to choose among many possibilities, to […]