Seafarers are in a profession that entitles them to get paid well. However, not all seafarers have success stories to tell, especially those who set aside financial planning during their prime.
According to the National Research Council of the Philippines, diseases related to cardiovascular, reproductive, digestive, and urinary systems are the common health problems for overseas Filipino workers. Hypertension, arthritis, and hepatitis are among the highest recorded among OFWs.
More people are now financially conscious. But while many already know the importance of building wealth and planning for the future, saving money on a minimum wage could be a struggle. Here are the tips to get you going on your financial journey.
After two years of restricted operations, there’s a tinge of hope for businesses as the world transitions to the new normal. Finally, there is a chance for entrepreneurs to rise up from the losses caused by the pandemic.
Business owners are usually preoccupied with a lot of things that they tend to overlook their health needs. While business growth is a primary concern among them, having a partner in health is as important to ensure that health and wealth are both well taken care of.
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.
Months after the new year started, how well are you in staying true to keeping your finances in check? Financial distractions may interfere with your resolutions, but it would be easier to stick to your goals by establishing good spending habits.
As restrictions ease, Filipinos might already see a more memorable summer after two years under lockdown due to the pandemic. However, times are still challenging. You have to be wiser when planning a fun and affordable summer vacation.