The new P5-peso Philippine coin is currently in circulation, and some people are saying they’re confusing it with the existing P1-peso coin. About this post: tayabak
Year after year, April 15 is a date millions of Filipinos dread. It is because this date is the annual deadline to file income tax returns. If you’re able to make your own Income Tax Return (ITR) because you fully understand taxation laws, then good
One more month and we’re done with 2017! Before we wrap up the year, let’s take a look at how our investments in Mutual Funds and Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) performed during the first 11 months this year. Here’s a Fund Performance Report showing the returns generated
We usually hear about 401(k) and Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) in Hollywood movies and TV series. In essence, these two are retirement savings programs for the benefit of an individual. About this post: funny comments on accounting, PERA philippines, new income tax philippines, personal equity and retirement
What are VAT-able and VAT-exempt items under the recently approved Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law implemented beginning January 2018?
Different investment assets, from Time Deposits to Bonds to Real Estate to Stocks, serve different purposes for different people who invest in them. With the presence of various investment options, it is not enough that investors merely invest for the sake of “making a profit”
Before you continue with this article, make sure you’ve already read Part 1 which talked about How Age affects your Investment Objective and Risk Tolerance. In this Part 1 article, you will determine your risk profile which talks about your desired level of risk tolerance, reward
Here’s one interesting thing about stock market investing which I learned from my finance professors in school: The number of conversations about stock trading is directly proportional to the rise in prices in the stock market.