The 50-30-10-10 Budgeting is a good starting point, but maybe you can try this budgeting method if you want to be more specific.
But what if you could use your 13th Month Pay and other bonuses for other things, instead of the usual holiday expenses by doing one thing.
While this is a good start to invest, especially if you have a busy schedule, the bad news is you may be missing out on other opportunities in the stock market.
But what if you could spend them on other things that will give a positive return in the long-run, instead of spending on gifts and depreciating expenses?
Proper wealth management needs a proper understanding of this basic concept.
Personal Finance should be “personal”. Match it with your needs.
Out of the countless financial “advice” I’ve heard, here are seven I found most amusing but also dangerous:
Paying yourself first means to save first before spending.
Lifestyle inflation is one common problem for young professionals and even seasoned employees in the workplace. And getting trapped in it is relatively easy.
The Philippine Stock Market has a lot to offer to anyone willing to learn. To help ordinary people know more about the market, here is a simple guide before plunging in the world of the stock market.
I’ve met many people who became so excited to start investing. Maybe after hearing positive reviews from family, friends, and workmates regarding certain products.
Here are 11 of the most important investment and personal finance lessons that I learned through my first 3 years of working:
If you are planning to start investing, what do you want to achieve?
It is a saving worth three to six times your monthly expenses or salary (depending on your preference). It will be used as a safety net when an unforeseeable event suddenly happens.