Adhering to what the elders say, we believe, is a sign of respect; at the same time, we trust that they have our best interests in mind. After all, our parents and older relatives surely want what’s best for us, right?
Financial planning “Pinoy style” is a bit tricky, but it is not rocket science. The only way for this country to really move towards a financially peaceful future is to start planning today.
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As we built our lives from scratch, cardboard boxes and updating our mailing address with various utilities, we discover the things we can live without.
Since buying a senseless (albeit gorgeous!) purchase has been eliminated from my options on what to spend my money on, I am now left with a conundrum to solve: what should I do with my windfall?
As fans of the digital world, the Brighter Life team pooled together several personal finance blogs that give you worthwhile reads to inspire you towards that dream, that goal, that life you desired for yourself.
Before you cut off your cards, know that credit cards ARE amazing – when used properly. Credit cards allow us to buy things without having to bring cash around, and earn rewards, too. Credit cards allow us to buy things abroad without having to have our money exchanged. But mismanagement of credit cards and having the wrong perceptions about it can lead us to a mountain of debt.
Eek, it’s Payday Friday! Major roads turned to parking lots! Malls brimming to capacity! And oh no, your ATM is now one big dark empty hole! If this sounds like the story of your life every time your hard-earned sweldo comes in, then perhaps it’s time to detox your spending habits. Detox is a form
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My age has made me realize that there are certain stuff that one cannot escape. Admittedly, I think I’ve been spoiled by my parents who have helped me facilitate most of my “adult” tasks such as buying my first stock, helping me read through stacks of prospectuses when I ventured into mutual funds and eventually