Budgeting Formula
Aug27

Budgeting Formula

By Francisco J Colayco     One of the most difficult parts of every day life is budgeting. Few people in this world can just spend with unlimited abandon. It is extremely easy for buying to go out of control especially if you have a credit card and if you have a checkbook that is not properly reconciled. The biggest problems in budgeting happen right after a big event like a vacation, wedding, birthday, Christmas etc. You have to...

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Nang Magising Si Juan – Financial Literacy on TV
Aug24

Nang Magising Si Juan – Financial Literacy on TV

Nang Magising Si Juan – Financial Literacy on TV By: Francisco J. Colayco Summer is the time that we all feel lazy. It is warm—well, hot really and kids and students are out of school trying to beat the heat. Summer is also right in the middle of the Easter season, which is a season of new beginnings. It is the time to change our body, which is not only a physical but also mental and spiritual process.   I want to use this...

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Back to Home
Aug21

Back to Home

  By: Bo Sanchez During the back-to-school season, my sons Bene and Francis go back to our home. No, they are not out-of-school kids. They are back to school–in our home. Right now, Bene, our eldest, who is 13 years old, is in Grade 8– or what the regular schools may term as Grade 8. That’s because Bene had long learned what Grade 8 students may be learning now. He is learning much more from his mentors — his...

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My Kids Are Not Going to School
Aug28

My Kids Are Not Going to School

My Kids Are Not Going to School Not the kind with classrooms and lots of students… By Bo Sanchez   It’s back-to-school season! Parents and kids are scampering to school. Not us. Let me share something shocking with you: our eldest son, Bene, stayed at home during his elementary years. Up until he was in Grade 6, Bene did not go to a regular classroom. He’s a deprived kid!    Check out this list: ·        He never rode a...

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