This book tells us Filipinos that there are twelve little things that we can do for our country. This little book was written by a lawyer in with the aim of having as many Filipinos read this so the language is simple and feels like written by a bright elementary or high school student. I agree with some of my friends who thought that this could have been more effective if writt Oftentimes we say that we are just one citizen and we cannot do anything about the problems of the country. I agree with some of my friends who thought that this could have been more effective if written in Tagalog so it could reach more Filipinos especially those who shun away from English particularly if it is in a book form, however little un-daunting it may be.
I understand your dilemma, Kyle. Most young people think that a job is the most stable income source, and feel like their monthly salary will be enough to sustain them forever. But if you lose your job for whatever reason, you will also lose your only source of income.
However, there are a number of fees that come with buying property, such as property taxes, title transfer fees and insurance. Your second or third income stream can prepare you to meet all these expenses, which will then expedite the loan application and buying process.
There are a number of ways to have multiple income streams and make you financially secure. I always recommend having savings or an emergency fund intended for unfortunate incidents that are out of your control, such as a major illness or loss of a job. You can use your salary for your regular expenses, while the money you earn from your other income stream can be allotted for your emergency fund.
This way, you have a financial safety net for any emergencies that require a large payout. I recommend that you build three to six months of your living expenses in the emergency fund.
Sudden loss of income is the most common reason for dipping into this fund, and it often takes weeks or months for anyone to find suitable employment after unexpectedly losing his job. If you are helping your parents with the household expenses, having an emergency fund will make sure everything is covered while you search for a new opportunity.
You can get a housing loan to finance most of the costs, but you need to submit bank statements, income tax returns, and other documents that will prove that you have enough income to pay for the loan. Showing evidence that you earn your money from different avenues may increase your chances of getting your loan approved.
For these reasons, developing multiple streams of income is something that each of us should start doing. One way to begin is by examining what you know and seeing if any of your skills are unusual or valuable to others. Do you know math well enough to tutor high school students?
Are you skilled enough at a musical instrument to play gigs on the side? Consume load within 24 hours Just be careful that the extra work you do is a legitimate one as there has been a barrage of scams lately riding on the need to earn extra cash.
Check out my blog on 5 Things to do before hitting 30 also, it may be helpful to you as well. Randell Tiongson, RFP is an author, trainer and columnist on personal finance. To read his personal finance blogs, visit www.
But I highly recommend that you start saving up for it in your early 20s because time is still on your side. Neither of these situations is advisable. You should enjoy a comfortable retirement at the end of your career, and the best way to do it is to pay yourself and save up for your golden years.
I love my job, but my parents want me to start building my own business. Should I start building extra income opportunities anyway? Tawagin niyo na lang akong Nina, 46 years old, may asawa at dalawang anak sa Pilipinas.
Isa po akong Batanguena Tita Kerry at galing sa Buena Pamilia kaya lang umikot ang gulong sa aming buhay at nabaligtad ang sitwasyon at kami ang nasa ilalim ngayon.
Nasa high school ako noon Tita Kerry ng mangyari ang isang matinding dagok sa aming pamilya. Imagine mula elementary, hatid sundo kaming magkakapatid ng driver at lahat kami may kanya-kanyang yaya dahil talagang nakaka-angat ang pamilya namin sa buhay.Posts about All about Pinoy written by queenroxzilla.
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uugali at kalimitang binibiyayaan ng materyal na gantimpala at marangal na mga. ng pag-unawa at ang pagteteorya bilang. Ako ay Pinoy—Regalong Tula Para sa Aking Kapwa Pilipino.
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Nariyan yong malalakas pala mag-bangka sa kwentuhan. Ang iba ay graduate pala ng AIM (Ayaw Ibaba ang Mike).
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