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Here's a guide on spotting the signs and getting help.
This article features descriptions of financial abuse and economic abuse."Why didn't she leave sooner?" is a question that many people ask when someone is in an abusive relationship. The question reveals an overwhelming misunderstanding when it comes to domestic
Charm de Leon of Ready2Adult PH explains the types of insurance you need to know about.
It's no doubt that we are living in *special* times. We are living in the middle of a pandemic and tbh, no one really knows what could happen next. Not to sound all cheesy, but life truly is short. And
And what changed once she started her personal finance journey.
Whether you're 18 and finally gaining some independence or you're like me, who's still building her emergency fund at 30, it's never too late to begin your personal finance journey. And if you don&#
From asking them to pay back the cash you lent them to opening up about salaries.
We've all been in situations where someone doesn't feel like paying their share of the bill, or maybe you're the one who finds their friends splashing out carelessly, and you feel left behind? Whatever the money-
Investment consultant and financial coach Yani Moya shares what you should know.
At 25, I'd like to believe I'm not that bad with money, but at the same time, I'm not *totally* financially literate either. I've still got a long way to go, but I'
A financial coach talks about how and when to use each one.
I've always considered "adulting" and "money" as a package deal. Not gonna lie, one of the things I find most difficult about being an adult is becoming ~financially literate~. Like me, you've probably had all these questions about
Take notes, you guys!
Gone are the days when people would use TikTok for just dance challenges, makeup tutorials, and easy recipes. Lately, instead of using it for pure entertainment, more people have started exploring the platform as a way to educate, too. From the app
Are you struggling to set money aside every month?
At some point, you've probably looked at your finances and thought, "Saan napupunta yung pera ko?" And if you were being honest with yourself, alam mo naman talaga kung paano ka gumastos, even if you don't track your expenses.Right
These accounts can guide you through your finances.
Growing up, one of my *main concerns* has always been how to be financially literate. TBH, whenever I'd hear words like "invest," "insurance," or "loans," my mind would just slowly drift. But throughout ~adulting~, I've come to accept
I’m not quite sure what the future will bring.
Less than a year ago, I started a job at a new company-a fresh start I badly needed after the company I worked for decided to shift its focus. I wasn't happy with the changes they made so I looked
Balak niyo bang kumuha ng joint account?
So you're planning to get married: Congratulations on deciding to take the leap! While we know that you're more than ready to move on to the next phase of your life, importante pa rin na mag-focus sa
Do you feel like you're not financially free? Read on.
Financial freedom: That's what everybody wants. Whether you're a fresh grad or a few years into the wonderful world of employment, everyone just wants to have enough room to breathe. If you're not sure what financial
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After you've paid your reservation and downpayment for your dream property, getting a bank loan is one of the next steps. Atty. Tricia Villar answers some questions that may be bugging you. What kind of collateral is acceptable to the bank?
Is your partner making you feel guilty about spending?
People are becoming more open to talking about religion, politics, and sex, but for some reason, money is still considered taboo. According to financial expert Daniel Crosby, "it is such a loaded question and there is so much subtext and hidden meaning
Most people are financially illiterate and terrible at saving.
1. You're in charge of your own income. Some financial planners will take on a commission-based role, where they're paid a percentage for each client they see. Other financial planners work on a flat fee, which earns a flat
Ditch your excuses and flex your budgeting muscles with this quick guide.
Let's get started: Definition of termsOne-time expenses: You'll need up to three months' worth of advance rent and deposit each, and money for furniture and appliances, unless you can borrow from your parents.Recurring expenses: There's rent, association
Personal finance coach Joe Ferreria shares a shortlist of simple investment opportunities that can boost the value of your savings.
Are money matters bringing you down? Read columnist Bianca Valerio's tips on little things you can do daily to stuff the piggy bank!
As the cost of living slowly but surely rises, so does the frustration: How on earth can anyone build a nest egg on such a limited salary? Well, believe it or not, as overwhelming as it sounds, it can be done. The
Get a sneak peek into your financial future for the new year with Cosmo's annual astrological guide. Click through the pages for your sign.
AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18)You will have to make a major career decision this year, Cosmo chick. The choice will not be easy because there are a lot of factors to consider. Certain people and situations will try to affect your