Everyone is at risk for getting COVID-19 if exposed to the virus. There is an increased health risk however, if you do not take proper precautions such as wearing a mask, social distancing or staying at home. But aside from health, the pandemic also has amplified the need to protect against financial risks and hardships. This is where insurance can come in.
Minimalism can have huge positive impact on your financial life. It can be a means for preventing debt and can help you to save money as well.
Quarantined – staying at home and living the life of less social interaction has been the new normal. The covid-19 pandemic is not just a health crisis. It definitely changed the way we work and interact, but it also transformed the way think about our finances and survival. Here are important financial lessons we should learn from Covid-19.
A new year is always a good time to start to make a difference in our lives. Most people feel hopeful and motivated to have the best year ever, I know you are too! This is also an excellent time for people to set resolutions to change an undesired trait […]
Have you received your 13th month pay yet? If you are employed, you’re most likely entitled to receive your 13th month bonus on or before December 24th as this is mandated by Philippine government. Most Filipinos are so excited to receive this pay (I am too!) as well as the Christmas bonus, because […]
Why does inflation matter? Maybe you are also asking this question since you heard the shocking news about Philippine inflation rate that breached 6.4% in August. This has been trending on social media earlier this month as many Filipinos shared this news and expressed their shock and dismay over the […]
Life Insurance companies exist to serve the public that’s why its operations is heavily regulated by a government agency – Insurance Commission (IC). Every year, Insurance Commission releases the statistics which reflect the performance of life insurance companies. The 2017 performance has been released on its website recently andSun Life […]
Really, which should you prioritize first? People are generally more engaged when I offer them an investment rather than a life insurance. Most people know, intellectually, that life insurance is necessary but people want to place their money on investments with benefits they themselves can enjoy. Before becoming a financial […]
If you are single, twenty-something or in early-thirties —a millennial, you have probably asked this question at some point in time when an agent offered to you a life insurance product. Being at the early stage of working life, you have various personal aspirations and a strong desire to experience […]