How To Protect Yourself From Natural Calamities

The Central Philippines just suffered a series of natural disasters in less than a month’s time. Damages were extensive. Thousands of lives were lost.

There are just a lot of things we don’t have control over when a natural disaster strikes. The heart-crumbling earthquake that destroyed houses and hopes in Bohol, Cebu, and other provinces. And yesterday, the country had just welcomed the strongest typhoon ever recorded this year, the typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda in the Philippines).

However, there are a handful of things we can do in order to prepare ourselves and ensure that we and our loved ones are in the best possible position to manage whatever happens after the disaster.

Many of us are fortunate enough to have avoided being victims of the earthquake and typhoon Yolanda. But are we really ready to face such disasters with plans in place to protect our properties and loved ones? Continue reading How To Protect Yourself From Natural Calamities

On Yen, Investing and Insurance

I will be posting today a Q&A posted at the Ask The Experts section of the OFW UsapangPiso Facebook group instead of my usual posts.

In this section, members can submit questions to the forum’s panel of renowned financial and life planning coaches, investment experts, and successful mentors. The answers are then published in the section as a reply.

I believe a lot of OFW’s will surely relate to this question addressed to Fitz Villafuerte by a a couple of OFW forum members. Continue reading On Yen, Investing and Insurance