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Looking for advice on how to start a business with family? The founders of online clothing shop Kaia, will surely be of help for you.
During the course of the pandemic, we've had the privilege of staying at home with our family. For most of us, this meant working from home, giving us more time to spend with our loved ones. Of course, circumstances are still difficult
She co-founded the graphic design company, Canva!
Melanie Perkins, a 32-year-old Filipino-Australian, is now Australia’s youngest ever billionaire with a net worth of US$2.5 billion. This makes her Australia’s third-richest woman thanks to Canva, a graphic design company she co-founded less than a decade ago.According to the Australian Financial
A cosmetics brand founder shares how she grew her small beauty business into something profitable.
Starting a beauty brand from scratch can be overwhelming, to say the least. It's not enough that you come up with a bright idea for your first launch, or even a witty name to call it. Because somewhere down the line, new
Whether or not you have a revenge plan in place, you should heed these tips.
I'll preface this by saying that prior to watching Itaewon Class, I have a very different idea on what investments and financial priorities mean. I've always saved my hard-earned money for fashion pieces that I consider—yep, you guessed it—"smart investments." Of course,
No need to leave the house!
If there's one thing that most people have in common, it's a dislike for bills—specifically, paying them. It doesn't help when you add the hassle of dealing with traffic, long lines, heat, and—often—inconvenient banking hours. But it's all part of being a
Keeping track of your daily expenses is one habit you can start.
As fun as the holidays are, they also require quite a bit of spending (and even splurging), leaving some of us feeling a bit financially vulnerable. The good thing is the holidays are also a chance to start over, so even if
Check out this handy calculator you can use!
At some point, you'll probably get a bank loan, and that's totally fine—loans, when managed properly, can help you stay liquid and make huge purchases easier to pay. So if you're planning to borrow money for your next vacation or condo revonation, you'll want
A financial expert explains how you can stop living from paycheck to paycheck.
The extra cash that comes during the latter part of the year is always a welcome financial reprieve—but why does it seem that the money doesn't really last? It's not even about being a spendthrift, as there are expenses that can't be
Inflation rate is also expected to drop in 2020.
If you're still at your job next year, you just might get an increase of up to six percent in your salary.According to the 2019 Philippines Total Remuneration Survey commissioned by Mercer, a human resources consulting firm, the salary increase next year
Thinking about making a big purchase? Here's what to keep in mind.
The end of the year is near and people are already planning how to spend their 13th-month pay and bonuses. With so many big purchases on the horizon, paying in installments can be tempting — you can buy the things you need (or
New year, new (financially responsible) me.
As 2019 comes to a close, here’s one thing you should add as one of your New Year resolutions that you can and should fulfill: investments. New year, new (financially responsible) me. With the New Year fast approaching, it might be time
She plays it smart when it comes to money matters!
Celebrities—they're just like us. They, too, need to think smart about money matters. Isabelle Daza-Semblat understands how tempting it is to impulsively buy a new pair of shoes or a new arm candy, but she also knows that being financially stable is
You read that right: No credit card needed
You can now book your last-minute travel plans or big 2020 adventures through Agoda without needing a credit card. As one of the world's fastest growing digital travel platforms, Agoda heard your pleas, which is why it's now easier for Filipinos to book
Do you feel like you're not financially free? Read on.
Financial freedom: That's what everybody wants. Whether you're a fresh grad or a few years into the wonderful world of employment, everyone just wants to have enough room to breathe. If you're not sure what financial freedom is, it's the feeling of
Shopping will be extra convenient from now on.
There’s this ambitious goal that the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has for the country. By 2020, it aims to make 20 percent of all transactions in the Philippines electronic, which means without using cash. While it remains to be seen if
Practical tips from the head of a financial technology company
We’re already a few days into 2019, so you’ve probably already read a bunch of articles about how you can be smarter and more responsible with your money for the year. Whether it's about which stocks performed best last year or money challenges you can
So you can finally go on that dream trip!
The new year is a good time to start creating new habits since you’re still inspired and excited by the idea of turning over a new leaf. And while most of us often falter with fitness-related resolutions, a financial shift has benefits that you'll
These credit cards will help you earn air miles faster and will you give you the lowest foreign exchange conversions.
Not all credit cards are created equal. If you're a frequent flyer, the right credit card could be your best travel companion. Below, we round up the best cards to use when traveling, according to their most notable features.Why It's Better: One
Listen to her simple financial advice.
In Heart Evangelista's latest vlog, the actress allowed a peek inside her everyday bag (an Hermès Birkin in bubblegum pink, no biggie). She revealed her daily essentials, which include her Samsung smartphone, Chloe sunnies, La Mer lip balm, Louis Vuitton makeup kit, Acqua
It might not be the best time to bulk buy from the US!
The Philippine peso hit a fresh low on Wednesday, September 12, closing at P54.13 against the US dollar, the weakest it has been in almost 13 years. The last time the Philippine peso was at this level was in December 2005, according