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YouTube Videos About Personal Finance & Investing Money

Published on March 21, 2017 in Investing, Personal Finance | No Comments

YouTube videos are entertaining and some can help you learn personal finance and investing money. These collections of YouTube videos are very useful for beginners if they really want to learn how to save money effectively, how to invest for retirement and how to get rich through business. I always watch these YouTube videos to help myself be reminded on what to do to my…

High School Students Can Save Money for College Education

Published on March 21, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

High school students can pursue college education by saving enough money for their college tuition fees and other expenses in their college education. Find out how can high school students save money in different ways to prepare their expenses for college years. While I am studying in high school, I never thought that saving money is very important. When I was just a student, what…

OFW Money Tips: Invest Your Hard-Earned Money & Enjoy the Philippines

Published on March 12, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

Are you an OFW? Here's the money tips for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) this weekend from Daily Investing Tips of InvestmentTotal.com. FYI, our readers are from North America but I (a blogger from Pampanga, Philippines) want to share some money tips for Overseas Filipino Workers. It's more fun in the Philippines than working abroad. True or true? You have no options, just believe it is true.…

Why Debit Card Can Be Better than Cash?

Published on March 11, 2017 in Credit Card, Personal Finance | No Comments

Debit card is simply amazing. One of the safest way to bring your cash while your shopping is through debit card. In personal finance, budgeting and over spending should emphasize clearly. Believe me, if you will use debit card, you can follow your budget carefully. I use debit card when I purchase items online. My BDO Debit card helps me to just spend enough money.…

Personal Finance Advice for Every OFW Overseas Filipino Workers

Published on February 18, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

A personal finance advice you can read today especially if you are working overseas. This personal finance tips and tricks is a must read. Overseas Filipino Workers must know money management. Most of the time, OFW fail to prepare their finances when they are going home. If you are an OFW, kindly share your experiences or even your personal story why you are still not having…

5 Ways Your Smartphone Can Help You Save for Retirement

Published on February 17, 2017 in Personal Finance, Retirement Planning | No Comments

Well over half of Americans don’t save enough money for retirement. In fact, one in three Americans don’t save any money, which puts them in a precarious position as they get older. Without the right amount of money, you might have to work well into old age. Unfortunately, it’s difficult for older people to work full-time jobs that pay enough for them to maintain their…

Top 18 Money Saving Tips for Every Housewives

Published on February 15, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

Hi mothers! Read these money saving tips, ideas and effective ways. If you are a housewife and planning to save enough money, follow these money saving tips and start changing your financial situation. If you are struggling financially, you need a proper financial advice. If you think your income is enough but you have no idea on how to save money for your family's financial…

Invest One Dollar Bill and Make Thousands

Published on February 10, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

Invest one dollar bill everyday and make thousand of dollars. Is it possible to make million dollars using your one dollar bill? Investing is amazing. Even a small amount of money can help anyone to become financial free. One of my readers from New York asked a very beautiful question about "what to do with one dollar bill" everyday given by his mother. Read this…

How to Save Money (101 Tried & Proven Ways)

Published on February 10, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

How to save money is one of the most asked questions in personal finance. Let these 101 best ways to save money be the solution to help those people who wants to prepare their financial future. Many people find saving money as a difficult task. Other people consider saving money is very important. Do you know that you can save money automatically? This guide isn't…

How to Save Money on Valentine’s Day when Buying Gifts?

Published on February 9, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

Learn how to save money on Valentine's Day when buying the best gifts you can give to your girlfriend or boyfriend. Every 14th of February, there are many celebrating the heart's day. Maybe they want to show how romantic and loving they are. My experience during heart's day. Me and my boyfriend (my husband today),  was just spending a small amount of money, he bought…

Valentine’s Day Expenses Should Carefully Budgeted

Published on February 8, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

Looking for gift for girlfriend or gift for boyfriend? Valentine's day expenses should carefully budgeted. If you are planning to buy a cheap or expensive gifts, make sure they're on a budget. Might it be a chocolate or flowers, gold necklace or a Rolex watch, your expenses should be written in your monthly budget. If you are planning to have an unforgettable date to New York,…

Dave Ramsey Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness

Published on February 1, 2017 in Personal Finance | No Comments

Dave Ramsey's total money makeover is one the most useful personal finance books I've ever read. The Total Money Makeover book is also one of the simplest personal finance book that will help anyone especially married couples and those in their late 20's, 30's and even 40's. Dave Ramsey in his book "total money makeover", he said "  financial freedom is 80% behavior and 20%…