The timeline from college graduation to (hopefully) your first job will be short and before you know it, you will be facing the realities of #adulting. … More On Adulting your Finances After College
If you’re searching for a terrific way to diversify your income, you might want to consider investing in real estate.
We jumped into rental investments pretty early in our life … More Guest Post: Why Becoming a Landlord Was One of the Best Decisions I’ve Made
I just lucked out this week as there was a huge dip in the market allowing me to buy blue-chip shares at a bargain. … More My long-term stock shopping style
Regardless of the amount of your bitcoin payout, your transaction may be flagged as a suspicious transaction under anti-money laundering law. A suspicious transaction refers to one, regardless of amount, … More Bitcoin and money laundering
Looking at the new number on my monthly salary makes me dumbfounded as I have no idea how I will spend this money. … More Fear of being a slave to my sweldo (salary)
The latest high-teched commodity for barter is bitcoin. Bitcoin is said to be a digital currency** invented by a group of individuals in 2009. It’s simply made up of computer code. … More Let’s face it, using bitcoin is a step back into a BARTER economy
It’s payday once again! Before you run off to go play a one-day millionaire, consider an alternative use of your money. RETIREMENT!
PERA (personal equity and retirement account) is a creation of Republic Act No. 9505, which was passed waaay back in 2008. … More How to open a PERA account with analysis of charges
I just heard in the news, regarding the car rental scam, that banks gave out car loans to borrowers who have clearly no capacity to pay – either mga “walang trabaho” (unemployed) or “tindera lang” (saleslady). … More Subprime car loans in the Philippines worry me
I’m a very shrewd guy. I’m 31 years old but I still live with my parents. I am currently working as a government employee, working at a stable job, earning about … More Pinoy Money Confessions: I’m 31 and have always lived with my parents
So many ideas are swirling in my head for valentine’s day. I have romantic notions of showing my frugal husband the love and care that he has generously showered me with! However, frugal husband is quick to tell me not to waste money on a gift for him! Instead of a gift, he wants that … More Poll: How I fund my date this valentine’s