The OFW UsapangPiso Forum presents Steps to Financial Security for OFW’s for Filipinos based in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
This FREE workshop will take place on MAy 30, 2014, Friday, at 4PM at the International Philippine School in Al Khobar (IPSA), Al Khobar, Ash Sharqiyah, KSA.
Learning fee is only SR10 inclusive of snacks and handouts. Continue reading Steps To Financial Security for OFW’s (Al Khobar, KSA)
After having received more than 50 inquiries from OFW’s and Pinoys abroad about the possibility of opening an UITF account with BDO, I decided to settle things with the bank’s Trust and Investments Group once and for all.
I sent an email through their Contact Us page yesterday and I am so glad to receive a response from them in less than a day’s time.
Is it really possible or not for BDO clients who are based or working overseas to apply for the Easy Investment Plan? Here’s the detailed and helpful response from the BDO Trust and Investment Group’s Product Training Officer: Continue reading Can Filipinos Overseas Apply for BDO’s Easy Investment Plan?
The main culprit to delaying achievement of your financial goals is your spending habits. Based on our independent survey of married OFW’s whose salaries range from equivalent to P50,000 to P150,000 believe they don’t have enough most of the time. This shows that even if someone earns a lot (relatively speaking) they can still feel insecurity with regards to their financial status.
Meanwhile, we also surveyed some Filipinos based in the Philippines (married also) who earn P50,000 or less and believe that they have more than enough from what they earn.
Being wealthy or achieving to be one does not depend on how much you earn but is determined by how much you keep—and how you manage and grow what you keep. Continue reading The “Should I Buy This?” Decision Map