Of Fixies and Personal Finances

Written by Joseph Romana I got a fixed-gear bike, also known as a fixie. Yes, after more than 6 or 7 years – the only exception being the storm Ondoy when I fetched my wife in Manila after her car stalled – the prodigal son has finally returned to the…

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Practical Stewardship – Managing Our Investment Risks (Part 2)

by Seph Romana Probably the most common form of investment for Filipinos is the Bank. For this reason, we shall dedicate part 2 to differentiating the more common investment products offered by banks as well as their advantages, disadvantages and red flags to watch out for that may indicate high…

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Picket Lines: Dialogues Between Eves, Among Eves and For Eves

Our poet friend and financial literacy advocacy supporter Kooky Tuason is launching “Picket Lines”, a coffee table book about female power and beauty expressed through poetry and visual expression. It features 100 photos of women with poems written on their bodies. Picket Lines embeds poetry on select women’s skin and images to make…

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Hongkong Coffeetable Sessions with Jess Uy

OFW UsapangPiso Asia brings you once more another coffeetable financial coaching sessions this time in Hongkong featuring the ever reliable Jess Uy, a Pinoy wealth advisor from Singapore and a dedicated volunteer for Angat Pilipinas Coalition missions abroad.

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Be Part of the Money Manifesto Conference 2014!

Join Randell Tiongson‘s last public event for 2014, the Money Manifesto Conference on November 29, 2014 at Room 1 at the SMX Aura in Taguig City. What is this conference all about? This event will highlight valuable personal finance learnings that will instruct, inspire and empower the audience to achieve their…

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