Call Center Agent Earns 3x MORE with Freelancing – VA Bootcamp Success Story

In today’s article, we have a special guest. He’s an ex-call center agent who now earns 3x more via freelancing. And he’s going to share his success story and advice in this interview. Emmanuel Domingo is one of the many success story students of Jason Dulay’s VA Bootcamp online course. The following is the transcript…

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The Social Status Trap and Why You Should Avoid It!

“Social Status = Financial Status” This is one of the leading causes of poverty in the country. Ang paniniwala ng tao na kapag nag-improve ang kanilang social status, eh nag-improve na rin ang kanilang financial status. Meaning nag-improve ang kanilang buhay.  For example Bago ang cellphone mo, aba may budget! Bagong bili ng kotse, ayun…

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3 Expensive Costs of Being Financially Ignorant

“If you think education is expensive… try ignorance.” The most expensive money mistakes are the ones you have no idea you’re making. When it comes to financial education, it is easier to prefer “free” ignorance over having to pay for education. The consequence of this is a short-term gain (savings) with a long-term pain (bad financial…

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3 Important But Forgotten Laws of Saving Money

Today we’re going to talk about how to save money. But before we start, I would just like to share that I find the timing of this topic to be rather funny because I just got married to the girl of my dreams, celebrated our dream wedding, and of course – we spent a lot…

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5 Things Every Couple Should Talk About to Finish Rich

It has been a month since I got married. And of course one of my goals is for our starting family to have a solid financial plan so we can ‘finish rich’. Now I know a LOT about personal finance; but when it comes to family finance, I admit to having minimal personal experience. So…

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The 3 Dumbest Things You Can Do With Your Money

Warning & Disclaimer: This is a rage post. So in the event that you find yourself doing one or more of the things in this list, don’t get offended. Just laugh at yourself for doing it! Hopefully, once you read this post (if you are doing any of the things listed below), you’ll be proud…

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The 3 Most Important Questions as a Stock Investor

“An approximate answer to the right question is worth a great deal more than a precise answer to the wrong question” – John Tukey, a renowned statistician.  Although John Tukey belonged to the world of statistics, what he said above can be applied to many fields. In the stock market, asking the wrong questions will…

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10 Popular Sayings on Money You Should Never Believe

If you grew up in a typical Filipino household, chances are you’ve been taught to believe several of the sayings I’ll be talking about in this article. These sayings about money have been passed from your grandparents, to your parents, and finally to you. And if/when you have your own children, chances are that you’ll…

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Juan Dela Cruz, Umahon Ka! (Part 2)

This post is already the second part of Juan Dela Cruz, Yumaman Ka. To view the first part, click here. Juan Dela Cruz, Umahon ka! (Ikalawang Bahagi) Juan, ito na ang ikatlo at huling paalala: Kahit na ba ngayon ay wala kang pera, Wag na wag ka mawawalan ng pag-asa. Ang kinabukasan mo kasi ay…

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Juan Dela Cruz, Yumaman Ka (Part 1)

While I was sharing this site to my high school Facebook group, a friend made a comment that I should have some articles in Tagalog. I thought about it and he was right, after all, this site is named “stock market for PINOYS”. So, I decided to write in the old-school talumpati style. So, not…

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