Someone once said that to know a person’s priorities, all one needs to look at is where a person’s money goes.
Christmas is the season of giving. But when it comes to playing Santa, in which list do you belong? Are you naughty or nice? Let's find out and check it twice.
I soon found out the words that I say have a direct impact upon my finances. Of course, there is that matter on financial management. Even if I have enough, I set priorities. I believe that just changing the words I was using with myself and others brought abundance very quickly into my life.
A business succeeds or fails based on the owner’s commitment and ability to execute and manage his business plans well.
Adhering to what the elders say, we believe, is a sign of respect; at the same time, we trust that they have our best interests in mind. After all, our parents and older relatives surely want what’s best for us, right?
Back then, I was not making as much as I am earning now, and yet, I was never really short on cash. I could pay the bills, treat myself once in a while, and survive okay until the next payday. Now, there are more bills to pay and other necessary stuff to spend on, that budgeting can be such a challenge.
Your quest to achieve your financial goal is a big step in the right direction, and that should be backed up with consistent behavior. Mr. No Nonsense Personal Finance Randell Tiongson shares some tips.
Who takes control of your fate?
When payday comes, do you pay yourself first? In this excerpt from BAYAN SIKAT! book, we learn the value of taking care of yourself first and saving for your own future.
When it comes to living independently, there are two sides to a very expensive coin.