We all know that personal finance is, as it suggests, personal. What might work for me, might not work for you and vice versa. We all have our own timelines and I’m personally fortunate enough that I’m not yet a breadwinner as of this writing. I’ve also been WFH (work from home) ever since the […]
SeaBank – Digital Bank with Daily Interest!
I’ve already written different blogs on digital banks, such as GSave, Tonik and ING, and how they are a great way to store emergency funds and savings. Unfortunately, one of my favorite digital banks, ING, is leaving the Philippines soon. That’s why I’m going to share with you the newest digital bank in town, SeaBank! […]
ING vs Tonik vs CIMB: Which One’s Better For You?
UPDATE: ING has decided to exit the retail banking market in the Philippines, some services are only available until August 31, 2022. Where do people usually store their money? Some want them in hard cash, but most of us prefer saving in banks such as BPI, BDO, UnionBank etc. Saving in these banks are good, […]
Compounding Interest: 8th Wonder of the World
We’ve all heard of the 7 wonders of the world, places we all want to travel to and visit as we’ve been stuck in our homes for almost 2 years now due to the pandemic. But have you heard of the 8th wonder of the world? Albert Einstein once described compound interest as the “8th […]
GCash 101: Top Features
As we all know, the popularity of digital wallets such as GCash and Paymaya has gone through the roof with the pandemic to minimize transmission of the virus. Most of us might already know that we can use GCash to transfer to other GCash users, but what are the other features that are not that […]
Tonik: First Neobank in the Philippines
Last time, we talked about Emergency Funds and learned how digital banks are a good way to store them. I already have a blog on GSave of GCash. But with the base interest rates of digital banks going down recently (Gsave from 3.1 to 2.6 percent since March 1), following the rise of inflation rate, […]
Saving and Budgeting 101: Emergency Funds
In finance, “emergency fund” is one of the most common terms that we hear or talk about. But what is an emergency fund and how much do we need to save for it? Just a back story on why I’m writing this post, I started my own FB group about Financial Literacy just after my […]
G to Save? Use GSave!
Disclaimer: All the opinions written in this post are my personal opinions. I am not affiliated in any way with GCash nor do these opinions reflect any of GCash’s opinions. It’s been a while since I last posted here. In the past, this blog only consisted of cellphone and general technology articles. But, as the […]