No job is easy, and it gets especially challenging when one is away from one’s family and home. Not to mention, one has to live by another country’s customs, deal with a demanding boss, or accept the limited freedom given.
The pandemic has taught us the importance of being financially prepared. As we traverse through its 3rd year, quality of life has to be maintained. Critical factors including your child’s education must be secured amidst the uncertainties.
People are surrounded by uncertainties these days. With everything that’s happening around, the more the need to start investing for a brighter future. A reputable Partner for Life like Sun Life may prove to be advantageous especially for new investors.
Overseas Filipinos have different reasons why they work abroad – to provide a better life for their loved ones, to give better education for their children, or to retire comfortably in the near future. All these dreams lead to one goal – to be HOME FOR GOOD.
The past years have greatly stressed the importance of paying attention to your health and making it among your priorities. With the rising cost of medical expenses, building your health emergency fund is now a necessity to be spared from financial distress.
OFWs look forward to the day when they can already retire and finally spend more time with their loved ones. However, there are preparations that must be taken to finally come home for good and be worry-free during your golden years.
By Brighter Life Team
Armed with the windfall of Christmas bonuses or 13th-month payments, Filipinos are more prone to impulsive buying during the holidays. Whether lured by in-store sales or online promotions, being aware of one’s spending can help curb the budget-busting side of the merriest season.
Have you received your Christmas bonus and don’t know what to do with it yet? Before your bonus vanishes without you realizing it, here are some money management tips to guide you in spending your extra pay.