My favorite season is finally here. The season of (heightened) shopping, gifting, feasting, partying and of course giving and sharing has officially begun. With the left and right spending, let us not forget to save and invest a portion of our bonuses or Holiday money. Aside from the traditional options I have already blogged about…… Continue reading #MoneyBliss | “Premyo Bonds” of Bureau of the Treasury Available Until December 13
For 2018, the annual dividend rate for MP2 savings is set at 8.11 percent! Wow! That’s a good return, right? Especially as compared to the meager interest offered by our usual savings and time deposit accounts. In this post, allow me to highlight the features of Modified Pag-IBIG II (MP2) by sharing with you all…… Continue reading #MoneyBliss : Pag-IBIG Fund’s MP2 Savings Program FAQs
34 years of being alive!!! That’s 408 months or 1,768 weeks and more or less 12,418 days!!! LET THAT SINK IN, dear self!!! We do live every moment, but we get to die just once. Life is surely fleeting. Dying is certain but living (fully), isn’t. It’s not my birthday but I’m a bit blue…… Continue reading Best Money Decisions in My Twenties
FOREX trading has finally caught my interest. So, the past few weeks have been a busy time for me trying to figure out if FOREX trading is for me or not. In the course of my research on the Internet, I’ve come across of blogs written by a few traders who, unsurprisingly, confessed about their…… Continue reading My Most Memorable Financial Losses
Ideally (and rightfully), we should have health insurances to cover big and sudden medical expenses and emergency fund for other unexpected life events that may happen. Before trying to grow your investment basket, you should first set aside an emergency fund equivalent to three to twelve months’ worth of living expenses. If you think your…… Continue reading What to Do When You are Short of Emergency Funds?
I received a query regarding the filing of a Sworn Declaration of Gross Receipts/Sales for BIR and tax purposes. Her payor is asking for a copy of her Sworn Declaration received by the BIR. She is on a job-order, by the way. READ: Income Payees (the one earning or being paid by Income Payors) DO…… Continue reading Filing of Sworn Declaration of Gross Receipts/Sales for BIR/Tax Purposes
I never fail to amaze people when it comes to my practice of e-commerce. I buy almost everything online and I transact online without fear. I purchase clothes, groceries, tickets, services, takeaway food including special cakes, stocks and investments ALL online. Sometimes, it worries me na nga eh, how heavily I rely on our e-commerce…… Continue reading Safety Tips for Online Shopping
Howdy! It’s been a while since I last made a post about everybody’s favorite topic, #MoneyBliss. Honestly, I’m having a hard time writing one. After all, I’m not a financial guru and I myself struggle with the rising prices of commodities around us! Also, I am being asked by people of one question alone even…… Continue reading ♥ Some Clever Ways of Saving Money ♥
As I grew older but wiser, I have refrained from sharing too much of product stories which I either bought or was given to. I’ve become picky about what products to share here. Very different from before when I used to blog almost every purchase I made. Now, only those I truly use and believe…… Continue reading ♥ Multi-purpose Products You Would Want to Have ♥
To say that my February is a busy month is an understatement. Work, especially the untargeted ones demanded my sweat and blood! Oh, anyway, it’s almost over! And, I’m still alive! (P.S. As of this writing two of my colleagues in their 40s and 50s are confined in hospitals due to hypertension. We figure it’s…… Continue reading ♥ #MoneyBliss : How to Diversify Your Investments?