Investing in the stock market has always been perceived generally as “only for the rich” or “only for the intellectuals”. These are false notions. But who’s to be blamed for this?
Most of our college professors who taught business, finance or accounting NEVER taught us (or insisted) that anybody who saves money regularly can actually invest in various financial instruments in the Philippines. We were raised up hearing the line, “Mag-impok sa bangko” (Save money in the bank). We were taught to SAVE but not to INVEST. Don’t tell me that I was absent in classes. Continue reading Why I Advocate Stock Market Investing for OFW’s
The Philippines is a small country with vast resources of untapped talents and people with almost boundless creative capabilities. Unfortunately, a handful of these individuals or groups are either incapable of funding their own projects, films, albums, books, social causes, and artworks or they just could not find a trusted venue to expose their works.
Struggling Filipino artists, bands, musicians, writers, filmmakers, and organizations have a lot of reasons to be grateful for the creation of ArtisteConnect.Com%
Being in the auditing and fraud investigating professions for sometime, I feel I have the responsibility to share what I have learned from this experience so that more people will be educated on best practices for fraud and identity theft detection and prevention.
It pays to be informed.
Just this afternoon, a Facebook friend posted her Professional Regulatory Commission ID Card complete with all juicy information such as her full name, profession, birth date, registration number, and the expiry date of her license. Continue reading Protect Yourself From Identity Theft (Part 1)
Our personal finance guru, Randell Tiongson will be conducting a free simple financial planning seminar for our OFWs based in Israel. Most of the invited attendees are members of our OFW UsapangPiso Forum based in Haifa and Tel Aviv.
As compared to our previous personal finance seminar in Singapore, which is actually several thousand miles away from where I am, this one is a little bit more challenging. In case you don’t know, telecommunication between Saudi Arabia and Israel is totally forbidden, even if they are just neighboring countries.
So close, yet so far away. Continue reading So Close,Yet So Far Away – Free Personal Finance Seminar for OFW’s in Israel
You can start to earn or grow your business online by learning how to do it in most effective ways.
My online friend Heinz Bulos and his group Learning Curve will be holding an internet business super conference called WebCamp 2012 on November 28, 2012.
Times are a-changing, as Bob Dylan would sing. Soon, the days of harsh commuting around the Metro will be gone for those who seek to finally just work at home in front of their computer screens. A lot of people are starting to make a lot of “active” money on the Internet. From a decade back, individual netrepreneurs on eBay, Sulit, and Multiply have earned more by selling toys, accessories, or clothes. More bloggers are quitting their day jobs to start earning more online. Continue reading Know The Secrets in Making More Money Online! Join the WebCamp – Internet Business Super Conference 2012
Browsing through the websites of banks, stockbrokers and even some government agencies, you will sometimes encounter a button that says, “Apply Online” or “Open an Account Online”.
Let’s look at some samples of what you may encounter when you decide to open an account.
Continue reading Are Banks and Stockbrokers (and Government) Violating the E-Commerce Law?
Four Types of NERDS
Theoretically, there are four types of nerds in the world:
1) Those who were scammed and are crying in the rain
2) Those who were scammed and pretending they were not
3) Those who are waiting to be scammed
4) And those who HUNT for SCAMMERS
Continue reading I Am Scam Hunter
While people are going gaga over the implementation of RA 10175 or known as the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, a prior Act has been signed by President Pnoy back in August: RA 10173 or the Data Privacy Act of 2012.
Continue reading Before RA 10175, There was RA 10173