Financial Planning Blog Posts

Important Things To Talk About When Choosing A Financial Adviser

Creating an investment portfolio is essential to ensure you and your family have financial security now and in the future, but trying to create that portfolio on your own can be overwhelming and confusing, especially if you are new to the world of in...
by Pennysaver Blog on Jul 6, 2016

Meeting With Dr. Late

A couple of weeks ago, I was able to set up a meeting with a doctor that I used to cover as a medical representative from my first pharmaceutical company. The last time I saw him was eleven years ago. I was just too happy to see him again.Prior to th...
by Financial Planning For Pinoys on Jun 29, 2016

6-Step Financial Planning Guide For Pinoy Yuppies

We all want to be successful in all areas of our life. However, we cannot deny the fact that money, makes a lot of impact whether we have the capacity or capability to reach our specific goals in life and experience personal satisfaction. For instanc...
by Wealthy Mindset Works on May 21, 2016

Ultimate Financial Planning Guide For Pinoy Yuppies

“What exactly do I really want to do with my life?” You might have asked this question to yourself. As for me personally, I have asked this question a lot of times. As young adults, we have our goals and dreams to experience more and do something...
by Wealthy Mindset Works on May 21, 2016

Avoid the Free Lunch Attitude

http://www.flickr.com/photos/44373968@N00/187874887I work as a medical representative in a leading pharmaceutical company in the country. Compared to othes medreps from small companies, I get a lot of perks. I get to drive a brandnew compan...
by Financial Planning For Pinoys on Apr 18, 2016

Turn Your Finances Around In Just Six Months

Money isn’t the most important thing in the world. When facing tough times, though, it can be hard to think about anything else. If you’re currently in this situation, escaping the mire should be your number one priority. Unfortunately, unless yo...
by Pennysaver Blog on Dec 3, 2015

Pension Fund

Have you planned your retirement fund, mommies?As parents, we often focus on education insurance or health and life insurance. As a working mom, we might already havefinancial planning, however, one that is important, but often forgotten factor in a...
by baby shower blog on Sep 15, 2015

5 Tips For Financial Planning In Your 40s

By the time we reach our 40s, life can often be rather complicated. Many people are stuck between a rock and a hard place, with kids still at home and elderly parents needing increasing amounts of care. You may have left starting a family until very...
by Pennysaver Blog on Aug 20, 2015

How To Create A Personal Financial Plan

What is it about money that makes it so hard to keep track of? And what is it about the seemingly inescapable tendency for our expenses to always meet our income? If you’ve ever had a substantial raise or have come into a small sum of money, yo...
by Pennysaver Blog on Aug 4, 2015

Tabung Duit Tabung Haji : Masih Ingat?

Waktu MrJocko kecil, umur belasan tahun, masa tu sekitar tahun 1980-an, kami sangat terkenal dengan tabung duit Tabung Haji yang memang menarik. Tabung Duit Tabung Haji ini direka sebagai tempat untuk kanak-kanak seperti MrJocko (waktu itu) untuk men...

Is Pension a Dirty Word?

Make sure the children aren't reading over your shoulder as I am about to use two very dirty words, repeatedly.  Retirement.  Pension.  Did you shudder?  You're not alone.  As retiresavvy, the new website portal from Skipton...
by Attachment Mummy on May 5, 2015

Money Apps – Saving with L&G

Image courtesy of Mister GC at FreeDigitalPhotos.net A bit of a different post from me today – I can’t say I’m exactly known for my organisation with money. My first ever wage packet saw me buying a fantastic selection of shoes and...
by Casa Costello on Feb 2, 2015

Stop Faking It: Baskets System For People Who Can't Budget

Happy 2015!As we begin another year, I am sure many of you have included financial improvement as one of your goals for this year. My prayer is that you become consistently aggressive (in a positive way) towards achie...

My First Expensive Lunch

http://www.flickr.com/photos/38211812@N07/7419317256It was March 2013, almost two years ago, when I learned to graduate from my free lunch attitude and paid for my first expensive lunch. It was in the form of a financial seminar organized by the Trul...

Boleh Tuntut Gantirugi Insurans Takaful Banjir?

Malaysia dilanda musibah banjir. Paling terkesan ialah banjir di Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Perlis, Perak dan juga Kedah. Banyak harta benda rosak dan tempat tinggal hilang begitu saja. Ramai yang mula bertanya, boleh tak tuntut pampasan gantirugi...

Boleh Tuntut Insurans Takaful Banjir?

Malaysia dilanda musibah banjir. Paling terkesan ialah banjir di Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Perlis, Perak dan juga Kedah. Banyak harta benda rosak dan tempat tinggal hilang begitu saja. Ramai yang mula bertanya, boleh tak tuntut pampasan gantirugi...

Ujrah PTPTN Dan Syarat AM Pertukaran Pembiayaan Ujrah PTPTN

Maklumat Mengenai Ujrah PTPTN* UJRAH adalah upah 1% setahun pada kadar rata bagi menggantikan kos pentadbiran 3% dan 5% setahun atas baki berkurangan.* Mulai 1 Oktober 2014, peminjam yang mempunyai lebih dari 1 pinjaman diwajibkan untuk menggabungkan...

Financial Planning Program - First Step to become a Finance Professional

Are you aspiring to become a finance professional for your career? Looking out for a financial planning program in Canada? There are many colleges which offer such programs to individuals so that they can grow in their dream career aspect. Here in Ca...
by Centennial College on Oct 9, 2014

My Military and Money App a Financial Essential

This post about My Military and Money App is sponsored by the Motherhood and their advertiser.  All opinions are my own. I’m excited to share My Military and Money App with you!   I have always thought school should teach a money mana...
by Jenns Blah Blah Blog on Oct 1, 2014

Helpful Advice For Making Wise Financial Decisions

Despite the fact that capitalism is a major part of our daily lives, few of us reach adulthood with the knowledge necessary to make wise financial decisions. If we’re lucky, someone has taught us how to balance a checkbook somewhere along the...
by Pennysaver Blog on Sep 6, 2014
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