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Figuring Out How To Budget Your Hard Earned Money by One Proud Momma on May 7, 2012Budgeting your money is one of the toughest things you have to learn to do in life. As soon as you get your hands on some money, for sure you are thinking on how and where you can spend it.... This is just a preview of my post. Please visit me on my...



7 SECRETS OF THE RICH by on Feb 27, 2012The following are list of things that were probably not taught to many of us in childhood. Things that we regret not knowing from the start, yet we will appreciate once we start practicing them now. I listed them down based on my experience mingling...



14 LESSONS ON MONEY by on Feb 27, 20121. Money is an idea. In other words, money is what you think it is. It's whatever your own reality is telling you that it is. If you think having a lot of money is evil or a topic you shouldn't talk about then that's the kind of relation you'll have...



The Yuppie lifestye by PINOY BUSINESS COACH on Feb 23, 2011When you are single, have a great job and a little aloof from Earth, one tends to spend and place money where it does not grow or in places where it (money) evaporates.  The urge to spend on toys that are economically "useless", fashion trends t...



The Yuppie lifestye by PINOY BUSINESS COACH on Feb 23, 2011When you are single, have a great job and a little aloof from Earth, one tends to spend and place money where it does not grow or in places where it (money) evaporates.  The urge to spend on toys that are economically "useless", fashion trends t...



How about “knowledge” as an investment? by Buziness 1 on Jan 23, 2011“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest by Benjamin Franklin” – this quote,  its one of my favorites!.  Truly, knowledge pays the best interest, whether it’s about arts, culture, politics, business, finan...



The “Matthew Effect” and how it applies to real estate investing (Part 1) by ForeclosurePhilippines.com on Dec 20, 2010I first learned about the “Matthew Effect” when I read the book “Outliers: The Story of Success” by Malcolm Gladwell. In his book, Gladwell cited stories of successful people ranging from professional hockey players in Canada, to the likes of...



Who wants to be a millionaire? by the broke, the wise and the in-betweens on Sep 26, 2010So I kinda made this thing a year ago. It was part of a deck for a retirement campaign project I did when I was still a Management Associate. Of course I only do things that require minimal effort. >:D Considering the amount of photoshop-ing and...



Home Improvement Funds by The Life of a Breadwinner on Nov 23, 2009The fact that the construction of our house in Cavite has recently been completed makes me a bit worried. I know the next thing to prepare for is home improvement. I will need funds for it and it’s no small money. I better save up more money now or...



5 Ways to Raise Your Credit Score by where everything is for free on Oct 7, 2009Improving a FICO score takes around one to six months. The duration is affected by the seriousness of the debt issues. How long a negative mark is listed depends on your state’s statute of limitations and also the transaction types. On the othe...