All Articles With Category : Bloggers Speak

The latest and the best financial news, tips and tricks.

5 Wise & Inspiring Money Quotes from Billionaires

The best way to learn and be successful is to benchmark the traits and attitude of most successful people. With that in mind, our team collected some of the best quotes from billionaire to keep you inspired and learn something new you can use to be more successful in terms of personal finance. Related: 3 Golden […]

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Tips When Buying Your First Real Estate Property

Buying your first real estate property is a big leap in your financial road map. This could have been triggered by intentions such as having your own house, setting up a new business, or getting in real estate investing. For whatever reason you have, it is always good to research first on how you can […]

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Foreign Bloggers Share Their Budget Travel Tips

  It’s not surprising if you’ve encountered a lot of tourists in the Philippines. In August 2016, there were 502,739 tourist arrivals in the Philippines and a total of 4,042,049 from January 2016 – August 2016 according to the Department of Tourism (DOT) Industry Performance Report. You might be wondering on what keeps tourists coming […]

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Top 10 Pinoy Tech Bloggers

There’s no denying gadgets are an integral part of our daily lives. From smartphones and laptops to the nitty-gritty of how much hard drive space or megapixels to get, we are bombarded with the wide selection of gadgets and extra features to choose. Enter tech blogs and the people behind them. It’s a great thing […]

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7 Steps to Make Your First Million Pesos

Tyrone Solee made his first million pesos when he was 26 years old because he was tired of the rat race. Now, his passion is sharing what he’s learned on how to succeed in becoming financially free with others. On his blog Millionaire Acts, he gives tips on how to improve your financial habits as well […]

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Top 5 Business Bloggers

Taking that dive into your own business can be fairly daunting. There’s much that you need to consider and even more that you need to learn. But when you’ve already made the decision to start your own business, there’s very little that can stand in your way. Read more: 10 Amazing Business Moms If you’re […]

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Randell Tiongson: Best Financial Advice from a Father

One of the most difficult things for parents is to talk to their kids about money. As we get closer to Father’s Day, perhaps one of the things you’ve got on your mind is how to impart lessons on your kids regarding money. We got to sit down with financial guru Randell Tiongson, dad of […]

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Top 10 Budget-Savvy Mommy Blogs

Mothers truly are the masters of multitasking. A day in the life of your average mom can include a little bit of everything: going to the market, helping out on school projects, balancing the household finances, you name it. Add a mom blog to the mix, and you get a unique glimpse into the modern […]

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How a Yogini’s Path Led to Financial Peace

If you could go back in time to give financial advice to your 21-year-old self, what would you say? In this new series, our blogger friends share the things they wish they knew about saving money when they were 21. “Transformation can happen only when you are willing to break open your old self to […]

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Interview: Earning a Million Before 30

If you could go back in time to give financial advice to your 21-year-old self, what would you say? In this series, our blogger friends share the things they wish they knew about saving money when they were 21. Mahatma Ghandi once said: “Your actions become your habits, your habits become your values, and your […]

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How an Ex-Beauty Blogger Found Financially Freedom

If you could go back in time to give financial advice to your 21-year-old self, what would you say? In this new series, our blogger friends share the things they wish they knew about saving money when they were 21. Read More: Top 4 Products Most Yuppies Spend Money on At 21, most young people are […]

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10 Pinoy Travelers Share Their Budget Secrets

Here at MoneyMax.ph, we believe you don’t have to give up the good things in life to save money. Thanks to the miracle of Internet crowdsourcing, traveling on a budget has never been easier. If you’re looking for a break from your daily routine in the city, there’s no better time than now to start […]

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Why You Should Be Bookkeeping Your Personal Finances

Personal financial management may not be taught next to Math and English in schools, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less important of a subject to learn. Read More: Unaccounted Expenses That Burn Your Money On that note, bookkeeping shouldn’t be a practice reserved only for businesses—not only does bookkeeping help you keep personal finances separate […]

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Miriam Barredo: Buying a Condo is not as easy as it seems

For my first post here at MoneyMax.ph, I would like to share with you a personal experience when me and my husband planned to buy a condo for our retirement. May this serve as an eye-opener to anyone who plans to buy a condo for investment or otherwise. More than 3 years ago, while strolling inside […]

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Thoughts on the Philippine International Motor Show

The automotive industry has been sparking continuous interest in the country. But then, one may think of how the country copes with the blatant demands of the industry amidst the worsening scenarios in the other sectors. For a developing country, the Philippines has been taking considerable strides in this industry when it comes to openness […]

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4 Credit Card Cheats You Should Know About

Coming from a financial literacy advocate, this title may seem odd. Does owning a credit card make me less of an advocate? If I want to achieve financial independence, then why would I want to talk about credit cards and shopping? Well, that’s because I advocate saving smart rather than saving hard and delaying all […]

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Are You Willing to Spend your Personal Emergency Fund for Others?

Pinoys have been branded with extended family ties – we take into account the responsibility of taking care of our families – our mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, lolo, lola, auntie, cousin, nephews, friends and so on – the list is just unending. For someone who has financial plans and even an intact emergency fund, the […]

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Personal Financial Statements You Should Keep By Now

One should track down his or her personal financial statements. I have read it in personal finance books and heard it in conferences and seminars. They said those statements serve as tools for you to be able to understand your attitude towards money. They said you needed to understand your behavior towards money so you […]

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Aiza Coronado: 7 Budget Travel Tips

“Take vacations. Go as many places as you can. You can always make money. You can’t always make memories.” I saw this posted in a Filipino investors’ Facebook group, and it really caught my attention because I kind of agree and disagree. The person who posted it also remarked on the financial sustainability of this […]

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