We usually hear about 401(k) and Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) in Hollywood movies and U.S. TV series. Not a lot of Filipinos know this, but we actually already have something similar — a retirement savings program in the form of the Personal Equity and Retirement
In a society such as the Philippines that puts a high value on family and familial relationships, dole-outs to parents and, sometimes, to siblings and relatives too, are an expected — no, required — ingredient of the relationship. Children who have managed to land a
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”
This is Part 2 of our “Basics of Investment” series so before you continue reading this article, make sure you’ve already gone through Part 1 which talked about How Age affects your Investment Objective and Risk Tolerance. In the Part 1 article, you will determine
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: Multiply your Age by your annual household income from all
Do you want FREE Grab rides and discounted trips? Here are ongoing promotions and discount offers of Grab in the Philippines. If you want to use GrabCar, GrabShare, GrabFood, or GrabDelivery and are looking for a discount or promo code, you’ve come to the right
Do you shop online at Lazada, Shopee, Zalora, Agoda, Booking.com, Sephora or use apps such as Food Panda, HonestBee, Klook, AirBnb? Then you’d be glad to know that you can earn cash rebates when you shop with these online stores using the ShopBack rebates program.
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