Prime real properties, such as those at the heart of Metro Manila, are among the most expensive ones in the Philippines. Offices are concentrated in this area, and it has been predicted that more will be built by next year.… read more “Should You Buy an Office Space for Your Growing Company?”
Investing: Saving Money Now For Later
I am not a broker, banker, or a professional financial adviser. I am a person who thinks about the future, understands money and retirement, has made some good investments and some bad investments, and … read more “Why You Should Invest For Retirement”
Insight Into 2020: The Workforce
It is hard to imagine what life is going to be like is going to be like 10 years from now. It is hard to imagine what life would be like 5 years from now. … read more “Workforce in 2020 [Infographic]”
Division of Money Among Couples
When two people meet and fall in love, they may end up getting married. It usually starts off wonderful until they move in together, and the bills come in. Many years ago, most households were … read more “How Couples Divide Money [Infographic]”
Save On Energy Costs in the UK
In an average UK household, over half the money spent on fuel bills goes towards providing heating and hot water. Find out how you can save money and make your home more energy … read more “Guide to Reducing Energy Costs In The UK [Infographic]”
Challenge of the Week: Be More Aware of Your Spending Habits
Most people spend money as if there was a tree growing in the backyard that they take from, not realizing that their spending habits are causing them to live … read more “Be More Aware Of Spending Habits [Challenge]”
Air conditioning ensures that the air inside your house remains cool, fresh and comfortable even while temperatures are soaring outside. Air conditioning is no longer a prerogative of only the rich.
Today, air conditioners are installed in more than 370,000 … read more “Rising Costs of Cooling [Infographic]”
A valid question to those who work their asses off for what seems like nothing in return!
My experience is through a Canadian standpoint being at the low income side of a working class family. For anyone who is reading … read more “Employment vs Unemployment”