Have you heard of the “Rule of 72”? It’s a simple mathematical tool used to compute the number of years it will take to grow your money by 100%. Simply speaking, it tells you approximately when you’ll be able to double your money. About this post: Ano ang practical
Popular personal finance author Robert Kiyosaki previously gave away a free PDF copy of his world-renowned Cashflow Quadrant ebook (See Free Download: ‘Cashflow Quadrant’ ebook). About this post: cashflow quadrant explained, cashflow quadrant, robert kiyosaki cashflow quadrant, cashflow quadrant by robert kiyosaki, what is cashflow quodrant
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Food typically represents one of the biggest, if not the biggest, chunks of the family budget. Did you know that in the Philippines, Filipino households spend between 20%-50% of their income on food and groceries? Of course, everyone needs to eat, so how exactly can we
A best-selling personal finance book proposes a mathematical formula to determine if you can be considered rich or not. Here’s the wealth scoring formula from the book The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko: About this post: what net worth is considered rich,
If you feel uncomfortable every time stock prices fluctuate wildly, or if you feel distressed seeing you’ve lost money, or if you feel the urge to sell just because everyone is selling, you probably should review the basics of investing. Why? Because stock market investing
Everyone of us looks forward to a comfortable and delightful retirement. We all look forward to that time when we’ll no longer have to suffer the daily commute or be stuck in the office from 8 to 5 or deal with bosses or colleagues we
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