Posts tagged ‘financial education’

How To Ask Better Questions and Learn More

Published: March 9, 2016 | Personal Finance | 1 Comment

I get asked a lot of questions everyday, and mostly about personal finance and investments. People often send them through my email and social media accounts, and when I’m not busy, I try to give detailed and comprehensive answers. However, when I’m preoccupied with something, I tend to reply with just vanilla responses — which […]

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What Would Happen If We Redistribute Wealth Equally To Everyone?

Updated: July 4, 2016 | Mindsetting | 5 Comments

Have you ever thought about what would happen if all the wealth in the world is redistributed equally to everyone? It’s an interesting scenario, which I tried to imagine a few days ago. To arrive at my conclusion, I made some assumptions. One of which is that everyone agreed to the redistribution, so there are […]

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12 Signs That You’re Doing Good Financially Even If You Don’t Feel You Are

Updated: May 10, 2017 | Mindsetting, Personal Finance | 20 Comments

Financial freedom is a long journey, and sometimes it can feel as though you’re not making any progress at all towards achieving this goal. It’s normal to feel uncertain about your future, and be doubtful of your financial progress. That’s why it helps to remind yourself once in a while, of how much you’ve actually […]

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Survey Results: The Financial Situation of Filipino Families

Published: February 10, 2014 | Personal Finance | 7 Comments

Last month, I did an online survey on the financial situation of Filipino families. I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to answer the questions. Below are the current summary of responses, and my personal thoughts about it. What is your biggest source of income today? Salary from being an employee: 85% Income […]

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