You go for YOLO and FOMO but settle for the familiar when it comes to your finances? Big-ticket dreams require more than the usual game plan! Watch this to discover how you can be FIT to BREAK FREE!
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Everyone’s journey towards financial independence is unique. No matter where you may be in life, securing your own and your loved ones’ future gives you the freedom to follow your dreams. Know your life stage here to guide you on how to best plan for your future.
Begin your journey to financial independence with self-awareness. Know your money personality and be #FIT2BreakFree. Know more here.
The whole thing made me wonder how I would handle the situation as a parent. My son Sloan is only three years old, but given how he enjoys music (including, yes, One Direction songs), I imagine that he would also ask me to buy him concert tickets in the future. And I cannot imagine myself saying no outright.
Have you ever wondered how much did it cost to ride a passenger jeep in 1960s? A jeepney ride cost only 10 centavos (Php 0.10) at that time. How come the fare sky rocketed to Php 8.00 today?
As the halfway mark of 2014 approaches, the Brighter Life team would like to help you out through a Financial Check-Up! Whether you are cultivating healthy money habits or losing sight of your financial goals, this is the perfect time to review your progress and areas of improvement. Click to start!
In financial planning, the first step is knowing where you stand. We’ve listed four life stages as guide for you to identify your current status. Starting today, we’ll be launching a series of posts to help you determine what life stage you are in. For our first roll, we shed light on the GETTING STARTED life stage.
Back then, I was not making as much as I am earning now, and yet, I was never really short on cash. I could pay the bills, treat myself once in a while, and survive okay until the next payday. Now, there are more bills to pay and other necessary stuff to spend on, that budgeting can be such a challenge.
I can’t say I regret the path that led me to where I am now, but when I look back at that ambitious and insecure 25-year-old me, I want to sit her down and tell her a few things about success and money.