Do you know to do Financial Planning the CSI Way?
This is not through the Crime Scene Investigation Way but through The Millennial Wealth Planner’s CSI Way.
CSI stands for…
Naalala mo pa ba magkano tuition mo noong college ka?
Mas mura or mahal?
Question: Do you think Tuition Fee will be cheaper in the future?
Naniniwala ka ba na malaking factor sa success ng iyong anak kung saang school sya mag-aaral at gragraduate?
We often hear a lot about stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.
Pero wala pang masyadong nag-eexplain kung ano nga ba ang #insuravest o VUL Plan.
Most often, lalong nakakalito ang mga explanation na makikita naten sa net, blogs, or vlogs.
This 3-minute video will try to explain Insuravest in the simplest way possible and bakit maganda itong investment vehicle.
Anyone can achieve Financial Freedom!
You don’t need to be a CEO or a business tycoon in order to live financially free.
You don’t also need to live in poverty in order to save and invest.
One can enjoy life (#YOLO) at the same time prepare for their future (#YAGO).
You just need to follow these 5 hacks and be on your way towards Financial Freedom.
Do I still need a VUL Plan if I already have an online stock trading account?
Is there a difference between the two?
Aren’t they the same? Both have investments right?
The answers are YES and NO.
YES, they both have investments.
But NO, they are not the same.
To all graduates, congratulations!
Welcome to the awesome world of work!
I remember the moment I received my first paycheck.
The proud feeling of being able to earn and be a productive member of society.
But what I don’t remember is how I spent my first paycheck .
Or how I spent the succeding ones on my first years of work.
If you are a fresh graduate, I hope that through this article, you will not commit the financial lessons I or most of my batchmates learned the hard way.
I believe that this article is not only for Fresh Graduates but for everyone who is seeking Financial Freedom.
According to a study, 70% of deaths in the United States is caused by Cancer, Stroke, and Heart Attack.
Given our current food choices, stressful environment and unhealthy lifestyle, having critical illness is just a matter of time.
But the main question is: Can you afford to be sick?
Our 20’s is the time when we YOLO (You Only Live Once)!
We earn and spend! We enjoy life not thinking about tomorrow!
And why should we? We are in our prime! We can always double our work and we have all the time.
But this is not always the case. What you do in your 20’s will dictate how you will live the rest of your life.
Below are the 5 Financial Checklist that you should have accomplished before you reach your 30’s: Continue reading “Accomplish this Financial Checklist before your 30’s”