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, […]

Secure Your Family’s Future: Investment for Young Parents

Published: May 10, 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 […]

Kaiser Ultimate Health Builder: Long-Term Healthcare Product

Published: April 30, 2018 | General Information | No Comments

I am a member of IMG and one of our flagship products is the Kaiser Ultimate Health Builder. This is a long-term healthcare product, which includes health and investment benefits for the plan holder. A lot of people have been asking me if Kaiser is a good product to have. Personally, I think that it […]

New Estate Tax Rules Under TRAIN Law

Published: April 26, 2018 | General Information, Personal Finance | 6 Comments

Republic Act (RA) 10963 was signed into law last December 2017. This is more commonly known as TRAIN or the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion. Under the TRAIN Law, changes were introduced to the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997 (Tax Code). This had amendments on personal-income taxation, donor’s tax, value-added tax, and many […]

The Psychology of Impulse Buying and How To Avoid It

Published: April 24, 2018 | Personal Finance | 2 Comments

An attendee of a personal finance workshop that I was conducting asked, “How do we avoid spending during a mall sale?” “Don’t go to the mall when there’s a sale,” was my instant answer. “But I can’t avoid the mall, that’s where I pass by when I go to work and on my way home,” […]

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. […]

8 Quick Tips on How to Make Money from Selling Ebooks Online

Published: April 16, 2018 | Income Opps | 2 Comments

There are many ways to make money online. The most popular perhaps is selling products. And when it comes to selling products, my favorite is selling digital products because there’s no need to manage your virtually infinite inventory. And among all digital products, I believe that the most accessible and profitable venture is selling ebooks. […]

10 Red Flags that Show Something is Probably a Scam

Published: April 12, 2018 | Investing | 4 Comments

When Bitcoin started making headlines, many wanted to get in and make money from it. And as always, there will be some who will take advantage of this opportunity to scam people. Recent months have shown several companies and individuals that were shut down and arrested for running ponzi schemes and investment scams. And it’s […]

What Are You Busy With These Days?

Published: April 5, 2018 | Mindsetting, Productivity | 3 Comments

When colleagues ask me what am I busy with these days, I always answer with work stuff. The daily grind of giving money advice and creating financial plans to clients, doing speaking engagements, and managing my businesses. However, my answer becomes a bit different when friends ask me the same question. I normally start with […]

FREE Workshop: Making Money Online Beyond Freelancing

Published: April 3, 2018 | News and Events | 2 Comments

Aside from freelancing, what are other things I can do online to make money? That’s the question that I will answer in this FREE workshop that I’ll be doing on April 14. Making Money Online Beyond Freelancing is the 5th PayPal Freelancer Community Workshop this year and details are as follows: Details: When: April 14, […]

How to Overcome Financial Peer Pressure When Going Out With Friends

Published: March 28, 2018 | Personal Finance | No Comments

It’s summer and the time when friends would often come together. And there’s plenty of long weekends during this time to even plan an out of town trip or go on a beach vacation. For someone who’s conscious of their budget, it can be hard to remain frugal when friends start inviting them to go […]

7 Quick Tips to Manage and Pay Off Your Credit Card Debts

Published: March 22, 2018 | Personal Finance | 1 Comment

The overspending you did during the holidays can now be felt in your credit card bills. My friend claims she can now see on her statement the deferred payment and installment purchases she did, and is now worried for her budget. If you’re also struggling with paying off your credit card debts, then here are […]

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 […]