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.
The thing is, I’m not rich – at least not in the way that they think I’m rich. If you look into my bank account, you’ll quickly realize that I’m not rich at all. There’s not much in there. Here’s the thing though: I do think I’m rich. There are days when I feel like Bill Frikkin’ Gates.
When it comes to living independently, there are two sides to a very expensive coin.
Last year, at the age of 39, I started thinking about retirement. I always thought I’d work forever — my day job has been my passion project more often than it has been agonizing soul-sucking drudgery — but approaching the big 4-0 makes you think. Maybe one day, I’ll want to stop working. Maybe one day,
Here in the Philippines, this kind of dilemma is nothing new. It has become a common issue, owing to our close family ties, wherein the children may feel compelled to shoulder their parents’ debts. But are you actually required to do this?
All I knew about financial products then were bank accounts and had no idea about how I could’ve actually grown my P10,000 into something more by way of investing in mutual funds.
Meeting a financial advisor is a little like going on first date: you get the jitters. Before you get overwhelmed, read on and find out what you can expect when you meet with a potential financial partner.
There’s a sense of uncertainty among newbie investors who have just entered the market either through equity funds or direct stock investing. This may be due to how the situation was in 2013, where the first five months were filled with an amazing uptrend, but was followed by a jaw-dropping downtrend. From a point of
Is it still a good time to invest this year? Here are 6 reasons why you should by Sun Life Financial Philippines’ Chief Investment Officer Mike Enriquez.
As I marked my 15 years in show business , I realized what has kept me afloat throughout the many ups and downs of life under the limelight. Aside from faith, I consider my craft as my true north as well as sanctuary. It allows me to inhabit different lives, to express creativity, and, at