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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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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Insuring the Life of the Non-Life

By Anna Santos Generally, insurance is treated as “complicated” by many, likely because of their lack of knowledge about it and its intimidating diversified types.  It is worth familiarizing, if not all, at least the very basics of it for the consumer’s benefits and best interest. What comes to play…

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