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Philippine Bank Interest Rates: Regular Savings Account

 

When we are still starting our journey to financial literacy, the first route that most of us took was to put our savings in the bank.

Better Investment, Better Panalo! Premyo Bonds 2

 

It is that time of the year again where the Bureau of Treasury is offering their 1-year maturity Premyo Bond investment with 1.25% annual interest rate.

The Fabled 8K Rule


Once you enter the start market game and started your journey to financial literacy, your first question will be: "How much should be my minimum stock market investment?"

What Happens to Your Stock Investments When You Die


The goal of many of us when we start investing in the Stock Market (or any form of investments for that matter) is to increase our wealth, which in turn can help ourselves, our family, and others lives to improve. However, some have created investment accounts as a secret (for the intention of surprising their loved ones).


The Uncomfortable Side of Death: Finances


As much as we try to avoid the absolute truth that we have an expiration date, sooner or later this topic will be unavoidably discussed. So might as well prepare for it.

TRAIN Law Income Tax Calculator Effective Until 2022

 
When the TRAIN law was made effective in 2018, I've created a calculator to help fellow Filipinos know their estimated tax under the new law. Fast forward 2020, the SSS and Philhealth also increased their premiums, which prompted me to create a new calculator reflecting those changes.

The Four Types of Asset Classes That You Should Have


One way to protect your investment capital is to have a diversified portfolio. Meaning, your funds are invested to several asset classes.

Annual Compound And Simple Interest Calculator


Do you want to know how much interest your loan or investment will accumulate overtime? Use this simple calculator.

Mortgage Redemption Insurance (MRI). Is It Really Important?


I think it is safe to say that majority of us Filipinos (if not all) want to have a place that we can call our own. This is why we save/invest part of our income in preparation for our dream home.

Investing Rules: Compounding Interest


If you invest money, you will hear the term interest. If you borrow money, you will still hear this famous term. But what is this exactly?

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