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Sun Maxilink Prime: 3 Reasons Why My OFW Clients Get a VUL as Their First Life Insurance + Investment Policy

VUL products (like Sun Maxilink Prime) are popular among my OFW clients.  You see,  Sun Maxilink Prime is a Variable Universal Life (V...

[GUEST] Real Talk, CNN Philippines - Managing Your Finances

Tuesday, August 30, 2016
As a Pinoy millenial, how do you manage your finances? 

Last August 30, I was invited by Real Talk, a station-produced show by CNN Philippines to talk about managing your money as a yuppie. 

It was a surreal experience. I was stunned by the amazing hosts, Rachel Alejandro and Christine Jacob - such lovely presences. And I felt honored to be invited. 

[FREE Event] SMart Investing: COL’s 2016 Wealth Building Summit for the Filipino Investor

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Financial education saves you time and money. 

Which is why I'd always encourage TheWiseLiving readers to sign up for as much Pinoy financial seminars they can so they can increase their knowledge and connect with like-minded people! 

It's a good thing that COL Financial, my personal online stockbroker of choice, is holding a free summit for interested Pinoy investors: SMart Investing: COL’s 2016 Wealth Building Summit for the Filipino Investor. 

TheWiseLiving Turns 5 Today! (Join Our Anniversary Giveaway Here!)

Monday, August 01, 2016
How time flies... Seems like it was only yesterday when I wrote my first ever TheWiseLiving.com blog post:

"I need to take control of my life and learn how to manage my finances. I need to do it now. Because the best time is always now."

240 blog posts and 1.6 Million pageviews later, here we are, celebrating our fifth blog anniversary. 

And I'm proud to announce that we're having a blog giveaway! :) 

7 Easy Ways You Can Save Money As A Millenial

Saturday, June 04, 2016
I have dreams as grand and as special as the next Pinoy Millenial. Don't you have them also? 

You want to travel around the Philippines - and even travel the world. Exciting! 

But your income isn't even enough for you to travel comfortably to work everyday. Minsan, kelangan mo pa makipagsapalaran sa bus, MRT at LRT. 

You want to dine out and try the amazing food selections spanning the different countries. 

But your bank account says you can only afford fast food for now. Sabi nga nila, budget-tarian daw tayo. 

You want to live in a comfortable, posh and swoon-worthy apartment with its color schemes, satisfying patterns and vintage furniture that you personally arranged to be imported from exotic locations. 

But your money in your wallet is telling you that you don't have enough money to get by with this month's rent payment. 

1. Log out of Instagram at least twice a week 

Instagram is full of pretty pictures of gorgeous clothes, fantastic scenery and seemingly perfect lives of seemingly perfect people. 

It's also a blackhole for your finances.