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Are you conscious on how you spend your money? The moment we’ve garnered consciousness in this world, we have been made aware that there are rules to live by. As infants, our parents told...
For the past 30 years, Taytay Sa Kauswagan Incorporated (TSKI) has pursued its mission to serve less-privileged Filipinos and help them overcome poverty.
While individuals in their 20s and early 30s may still be figuring out their place in the world, I have noticed just how different younger people are today.
I recently saw an infogram stating that only 8% of Filipinos have some form of an investment like stocks, mutual funds, UITF or insurance. Although there has been some gains in the number of Filipinos who have begun investing, we are still way behind many other nations with regard to investing by its citizens.
It’s fascinating how quickly some people dismiss the idea of getting a sideline or a small business on the side. Why? Go ahead, ask them. You’ll hear reasons like “I’m too tired”, “too busy”, “no extra time”, or they might argue that they don’t want to lose their much needed “me time”.
Debt is something that robs a lot of people of hope. According to Hal Lindsey, “Man can live about forty days without food, about three days without water, about eight minutes without air…but only for one second without hope.” Simply put, debt puts a peso sign on how much of your future you spent in the past.