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Financial Freedom is a Marathon

FINANCIAL FREEDOM is a marathon, not a sprint. People tend to get excited at the start. They attend seminars, listen to speakers and mingle with others. Unfortunately, excitement dwindles along the way. They stop attending financial seminars. They pretend they know all already. They go back to old ways. You see, investing for your future is boring. Watching your money ... Read More »

Opening COL Account for Your Children

One of the regrets I have in life is learning financial literacy at the age of 31. I should have learned it earlier and started investing at early age. I could have save and invest enough to retire early. Our kids will not have same fate. We promised to teach them financial literacy and investment at early age. For a ... Read More »

7 Money Habits That Are Keeping You Poor

“If You’re Still Poor at 35, It’s Your Fault.” – Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Falling short on finances is a struggle that you do not want to experience! However, this is one problem faced by many. While we can say that success is the fruit of hard work and determination, one factor that also contributes to the standing of ... Read More »

May IPON ka ba?

Meron ka pa nga bang naiipon? Kung ngayon na nagtatrabaho ka at wala kang ipon, paano ka makakapag-ipon bukas na wala ka ng trabaho? Marami kase ang rason, hindi pa daw nila kaya ngayon. Kesyo maliit lang daw ang sweldo nila at walang natitira. Marami daw pinagkakagastusan, kabi kabila. Kaya ayon, walang wala. Kawawang kawawa. Kaya lang sa tingin mo, ... Read More »

It’s Easier to Make Money than to Keep It

I stumbled an article last month about Allen Iverson, a once famous NBA basketball player. According to the news, he is now broke just after 3 years off the NBA. To describe how broke he was, he even said he don’t have money to buy even a cheeseburger. Allen Iverson earns $70.9 million from a 6 year contract on 1999. ... Read More »