Money & Kids


Anthony & Maricel + Four
Anthony Pangilinan and Maricel Laxa prove that love, communication, and understanding truly help to raise four adorable and financially responsible children
By Lynda C. Corpuz

Money-Savvy Kids
Your children are growing in an increasingly consumer and credit culture. Your best financial gift is not the latest toy or gadget but the knowledge and practical skills to manage money
By Ruth Manimtim-Floresca

The ABCs of Homeschooling
Interested in educating your children yourself? Concerned about their social skills? Are you up for it? Whether you’re seriously considering or simply curious about homeschooling, there are important things you have to learn
By Amabella Jimenez

How to Survive the Economic Downturn
Gas prices are going up, rice is running out, inflation is on the rise, stocks are going down, and forecasted growth is getting cut. What do you do now?
By Tina Arceo-Dumlao




Sole Breadwinner
A dutiful son takes care of his elderly parents and two brothers. But can he meet his own needs?
By Ron Ali P. Magdamo, MM

Financial Planner
By Efren Ll. Cruz, RFP®
Getting Rich with Others Is Much More Fun

R&R in a Bear Market
By Francisco Liboro

Family Finance
Mixing Fun with Frugality At Home Isn’t Impossible
By Salve Duplito


Every Day I Play
Work is never tedious or routine for this exceptional educator wherever she may be
By Eliza Santiago as told to Regina G. Posadas

Preparing for Early Requirement
By Joey Bermudez as told to Doris C. Dumlao

Changing careers
This former banker comes back to her first love – teaching
By Mary Ann Munoz as told to Maan D’Asis Pamaran

With God’s Grace
A widow and mother of three bounces back beautifully after a painful loss
By Cirila Elfleda Bardelas as told to Regina G. Posadas


Educational Plans 101
If you have ever been shown a price and benefits schedule of a typical educational plan, you would think you need an advanced degree in math just to figure it out. We break down the components for you and explain them one by one
By Carlos Gonzales

How to Nab that Scholarship
Getting free education is not just for poor but deserving students. Even if your family is relatively well-off, you can get a good chance of getting a scholarship. Find out how you can increase your odds of winning a grant
By Carlos Gonzales

Your guide to deposits
In whatever stage you are in life, setting aside money for such is a must, so know the type of deposit that suits you and will help your money grow
By Lynda C. Corpuz

5 Questions to Ask Before Getting an Auto Loan
Financing a car shouldn’t be just about getting the lowest monthly payments. To get the best deal, here are what you have to consider
By Heinz Bulos

Alternative Loans
Big commercial and thrift banks are not the only institutions to run to in times of crunch. Tap these other sources for your money needs
By Lynda C. Corpuz


Starting Right
How to Choose a Good Preschool Program
By Ruth Manimtim-Floresca

Taking the Guesswork Out Of Buying for Your Baby
Here are five things to look for when shopping for your new baby, and a list of essential and nice-to-have items to buy
By Amabella Jimenez


Advice for Entrepreneurs a
By Amb. Jesus Tambunting

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