7 Smart Money Habits to Practice after Landing Your First Job

Posted on April 22, 2016

Contributed by: Mendy Grace I remember the day I got my first salary when I had my first job. And being a college student who did not have any stable source of income way back, I never mustered any courage to exhaust my initial savings, knowing that this would lead to a dead end, and that my parents would fashionably berate me for doing so while delivering their proverbial speech, “You think I could hand you money so effortlessly like a cashRead More

Do You Have Enough Savings?

Posted on April 18, 2016

Contributed by: Mendy Grace 10 or 20 years from now, a person will tend to look back in hindsight and think of how he should have secured himself financially on his earlier years, which leads us to an ultimate question, is life insurance something that we primitively need, or should we suffice these future needs by creating just enough leeway towards our savings? Context wise, how much can the family breadwinner willingly guarantee in the event that unanticipated risks andRead More

How Life Insurance Changed My Lifestyle at a Young Age

Posted on April 12, 2016

Contributed by: Mendy Grace   ​I’ve always thought that life insurance might be too costly for me to purchase at a young age, considering that I just had a decent job and I was at that heat of the moment, brimming with handful of shopping lists and countless expenditures. An idea got literally instilled in me that as long as I hold a savings account, I could get by with my daily expenses. But the grownup world told me thatRead More