He taught me that money is great to have, but not for the reasons most people think. It's nice to buy stuff, sure. But it's great to have when you're sick, or when someone you love needs help. You see, the love and admiration he gets from his family - that's where my dad is richest. Hopefully, some of his money smarts rubbed off on me.
Being miles away from your family can be pretty tough. This is why OFWs work hard for their family to give them a brighter future. How can you make sure your family's future is secure? Watch this to find out.
Whenever I see my son being generous to other kids with his food or toys, or confidently expressing himself, I like to think that our efforts are paying off: we’ve taught him about sharing, without making him feel deprived, and that his opinion is valued.
Money management for kids is important because this wisdom is something they will carry into their adulthood and mold the person they are. If you want your kids to be smart about money, you first have to make them understand the value of it.
Start moving towards a financially peaceful future with this handy guide to financial planning for Filipinos.
Five years came by after that moment, and my life turned out nowhere near how I envisioned it in my mind.
While we may not be sure if they are indeed the best of the best, here are some guidelines on where a brighter life means forking out a little bit more.
Christmas will be magical than ever as we continue our custom of entertaining a house-full of people with music and good food. The lights would still twinkle and decorations shine even brighter.
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.
During my early twenties, a girl a bit lost in the real world and still determining her place in the world, I was often at a loss with the real meaning of the word investment.