Im Tirtzo, Ein so Ha’agadah (If You Will It, It Is No Legend)

The eager-for-knowledge OFW UsapangPiso-Israel group has just wrapped up its first financial planning seminar series yesterday, November 13, 2012 in Protea Retirement Village, Tel Mond, Israel conducted by the energetic personal finance guru, Randell Tiongson. (The first one was held in Tel Aviv last November 10, 2012)

The group’s coordinator, Charma de Villa, attested to the gratefulness of the attendees of the seminar for the opportunity and the life-changing experience of taking the first step towards financial independence: Learning. Continue reading Im Tirtzo, Ein so Ha’agadah (If You Will It, It Is No Legend)

ArtisteConnect – Crowdfunding for Filipino Artists and Creative Projects

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%

OFW’s Must Invest in Retail Bonds

First, let us determine what bonds really are.

Bonds are a kind of “utang” (loan) by an investor from another individual or entity. It is classified as “fixed” because there is a specified interest rate and a specified maturity date or settlement period.

For example, I will borrow from you a principal amount of Php100 and i promise to pay you after 1 year with a fixed interest of 5%. Which means I will be returning to you an amount of Php105 at the promised (maturity) date after 1 year. Continue reading OFW’s Must Invest in Retail Bonds