Moneysaving

Diana Lyn Balbalosa

Top Money-Saving Challenges You Can Try In 2017

There is one mantra that everyone tries to live by once the clock strikes 12 on New Year’s Eve: “New year, new me.”Along with long lists of New Year’s Resolutions are wishes for good luck, good health, and more wealth. And what better to start 2017 tha...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

10 Things That Only Expert Filipino Hagglers Know

Rich people don’t always have the highest incomes; sometimes they’re just adept at vital life skills, such as haggling.If you’re still mastering the art of shopping frugally, this yuletide shopping may be the best time to sharpen your bargaining skills.O...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

10 Ways You're Wasting Money Every Day

It's the little things that count—especially when it comes to money. We are all guilty of spending more than we’re capable of, using “minsan lang naman” as an excuse for our one-time, big-time salvo.But if these small, sudden bursts of spending are ta...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

Things You Say Every Day That Actually Save You A Lot Of Money

They say positive words lead to positive behavior. At the risk being tagged kuripot or a killjoy, passing on a night-out, for instance, has its rewards. Just by being brutally honest about your finances, you are actually investing in yourself.The phrases below...

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Kristel Serran

Think Twice Before Buying These Items That Are Always 'On Sale'

Who doesn't love a good bargain? From apparels to appliances, on-sale items are just hard to ignore. Sometimes, all it takes to lure us into a store are signs like "50% OFF!," "Now only P99.99," "Save P300," or "Buy 1 Take 1." They're also signs that you're...

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Dino Mari Testa

4 Moneysaving Myths That Make It Even Harder For You To Save

Saving is the most basic aspect of financial literacy. When you learn how to give importance to every peso you earn, you can start your journey toward financial independence. We've heard this over and over again, yet a number of Filipinos tend to get their ...

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Kristel Serran

How To Build Your Emergency Fund In Your 20s, 30s, And Well Into Your 40s

Unlike a savings account that’s set up with a purpose (e.g. Eurotrip, paying off mortgage, or business capital), a trusty emergency fund keeps you afloat from unexpected financial drawbacks. In the event of job loss, sickness, or calamity, this is where you�...

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Dino Mari Testa

How To Look And Feel 'Classy' On A Tight Budget

Every day, we see the lifestyle of the rich and famous as they flaunt their luxuries on camera. You might be thinking about the day you can finally afford life’s greatest pleasures—which, probably based on your budget right now, may be close to a hundred ...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

The Best Warehouse Stores, Surplus Shops, And Factory Outlets In Manila

If there’s one thing Filipinos are extremely good at, it’s haggling and hunting down the best bargain centers, be it obscure ukay-ukay shops, surplus and outlet stores, or vintage flea markets.We love to shop on the cheap, and there’s nothing wrong with ...

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Dino Mari Testa

Save On Your Data Subscription With These Tips

Our country’s sluggish internet speed doesn’t stop us from becoming one of the biggest mobile consumers on the world. Last year, the National Telehealth Center found out that mobile connections in the Philippines have exceeded the population at 114.6 milli...

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