Category: Business & Finance

Safety First

Your eyes are precious. How many times have you heard that saying? Well, it might be a saying, but it’s a truth for sure. Whenever you head out into bright sunlight, you need to not only protect your skin, but…

3 Little Changes That Will Save Your Business Big Money

For small businesses in the Philippines, it isn’t always enough to be turning a profit. There’s a big difference between surviving and thriving and the most successful companies know that it isn’t about how much you’ve got in the bank….

Motivate Yourself to Get Out of Debt Fast

Here’s How. If wrongly handled, debt can become a lifelong burden that a debtor ends up taking to the grave. Actually, debt is worse than that because it actually doesn’t follow you to the grave. Instead, it sticks around after…

Reasons to Install the Best Unit you Can Afford

Purchasing new home appliances can constitute a costly investment that you may not feel ready to make, but if you have noticed that your HVAC system doesn’t perform like it should, consider replacing the unit. Having an older or faulty…

The Problem With UK Financial Education

Falling into debt, being scammed and general bad money habits are all results are of a poor financial education, and for young people, the inability to make informed decisions in an economic climate such as ours has serious consequences. A…

Money Matters

There is yet to be a firm discovery of that elusive money tree we all want to find at the bottom of our garden. Unfortunately, until that is found, we are forced to look at other avenues in terms of…

Six Ways to Make the Most of Your Credit Card Rewards

If you’re an entrepreneur, you probably use your credit card a lot. From traveling to your virtual office to business lunches to office supplies, your credit card gets swiped frequently. It’s with good reason, too. Using a credit card makes it easy keep all your business-related expenses…

5 Key Takeaways We Learned from #TalkPay

#TalkPay, like many hashtags, emanated from a grassroots movement. Laura Voswinkel, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based programmer, suggested the hashtag on Twitter as a fun way to celebrate May Day, and it caught on like wildfire. Over 1,300 individuals— mostly those in…