The Stages of Financial Independence
Jun14

The Stages of Financial Independence

By Francisco J Colayco I have often been asked – “How do you achieve financial independence, slowly, “step by step”/ “age by age”?  Is there a checklist of goals per age – like in your 20s, you should at least have saved up this much, and then maybe also have a car?  And in your 30s, you should have a place of your own, be putting your kids through school and then in your 40s thinking about retirement?” Financial...

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Women and Their Instinct to Provide
Apr26

Women and Their Instinct to Provide

By Francisco J Colayco   The motherly instinct of a woman is so pervasive.  It practically includes the protection not only of her own children but of everyone she perceives to need her support. This actually starts from childhood as the little girl plays with her doll and little animals that she nurtures.   As the child grows into the adult world, she begins to realize the need for money to get what she wants. Her parents...

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Financial Investments: Planning Well and Smart
Jan10

Financial Investments: Planning Well and Smart

  Excel V. Dyquiangco breaks down different plans you can invest in to protect your future and the future of those you love.   Many people consider the New Year as a time for change. It signals a fresh start and a time to resolve to lose (or gain) weight, make amends with family members or friends.    The New Year also heralds in a time for decision-making and planning—most especially for the future. One of the best...

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