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    En Route to Recovery


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    By Marla C. Rama     After a series of tests and consultations, Melanie (not her real name) had the shock of her life when she was advised to undergo surgery to remove the cyst in her abdomen. Fear and anxiety started to creep in as she started thinking about the expenses the surgery and other […]

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    Doctor, Doctor, I am Sick…


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    By Marla C. Rama     Nowadays, many people avoid doctors and hospitals, and just resort to self-medication because of expensive consultation and treatment costs.  How about you?  If you don’t feel well, wouldn’t it be comforting to know your specific illness and get the right medication immediately so that it doesn’t get worse?  Do not […]

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    How to BEAT the Price Volatility in the Stock Market!


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    By Karlos Miguel Gonzales The stock market is a different type of investment vehicle. You can earn generous returns, but you can also lose as much. Because of this, ordinary Pinoys are very anxious in putting their money in the stock market, even if we all know, this is the best place to make your money […]

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    The Trick to the Treat


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    By Efren Ll. Cruz, RFP     It was fun being given a birthday party by your parents when you were still a dependent. And it is still fun to host your own birthday party now that you are all grown up and earning for yourself.   Not treating others on your birthday is difficult because […]

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    May “Forever” ang volatility sa stock market…


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    By Karlos Miguel Gonzales   But this should not prevent you from investing in the stock market to achieve your future dreams!   We all know that investing in the stock market is one of the best places where you can make your money work for you.  It gives you returns which you will not earn […]

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    The Pasalubong


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    By Efren Ll. Cruz, RFP     “Pasalubong” comes from the root word salubong, which means to meet or greet. The prefix “pa” when added to “salubong” means something with which to meet or greet another person.   Some say that the pasalubong has Chinese origins. It is said that Chinese traders brought gift items unique […]

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    How Safe is Your ATM?


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    By Efren Ll. Cruz, RFP     There is a lot of misinformation floating around about money. One of them is that ATMs are not safe because there are unsavory people out there trying to steal your information. While some people have reported their ATM accounts being skimmed, scammed, phished, and hacked, ATM machines are still […]

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    Insular Life launches the Guardian Fund


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    Largest Filipino-owned insurance company, Insular Life, grows its roster of peso-denominated variable unit-linked (VUL) funds with Guardian Fund. This fund seeks to deliver growth and capital appreciation in the long-term by initially investing in ten (10) listed companies deemed to be the next set of the most liquid and well-capitalized dividend-paying stocks in the Philippine […]

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    Spend More to Save More


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    By Efren Ll. Cruz, RFP   I get a kick out of around ear, Bluetooth, rechargeable noise cancelling headphones. I like to wear them while I am in coffee shops because they really drown out noise. Many times, I just wear the noise cancelling headphones without playing any music as this helps me concentrate more when […]

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    Money Smarts for your College Kids


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    By Cristina Calata   A new school year has started! It’s the best time to teach your school-aged kids about responsible handling of money. If they weren’t consciously saving during grade school and high school, it’s still not too late to start during your kid’s college years. College is when they can easily fall into the […]

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