Posts tagged ‘college’

8 Priceless Pieces of Money Advice for Fresh Graduates

Posted June 27, 2016 under Personal Finance | 2 Comments

My social media feed was flooded by graduation photos and congratulatory greetings over the weekend, as several colleges and universities held their commencement ceremonies. If you’re one of those fresh graduates, then let me give you a virtual handshake, a pat on the back, and a warm welcome to the first day of the rest […]

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Your Last Semester: An Open Letter To This Year’s Graduating Batch

Posted March 4, 2015 under Life Lessons | 10 Comments

Dear Soon-To-Be Graduate, Hi, my name is Fitz Villafuerte. I’m sure you don’t know me because most of my readers are OFWs and young urban professionals – so I’d like to welcome you here, to my blog. I’m an entrepreneur, an investor and a personal finance advocate. This blog, which I’ve been writing in for […]

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How Much Will The College Education of Your Child Cost?

Posted June 13, 2013 under Investing, Personal Finance | 11 Comments

First of all, I’d like to congratulate all parents for surviving another season of school enrollment. I know it’s not easy to provide for your child’s education, that’s why I truly respect all parents who continue to work and sacrifice their own needs, just to keep their sons and daughters in school. Over the past […]

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A Letter To My 21 Year Old Self

Posted March 3, 2012 under Life Lessons | 22 Comments

Dear Fitz, This letter comes to you from across a decade of time in the future; hoping that it reaches you at a week’s moment before you walk up that stage to accept your diploma. If so, then I say congratulations! You’ve made it through university life. It was hard and challenging, but I know […]

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