Q&A: How Much Do Financial Advisors Earn in the Philippines?

"Dear FinancePH, I have been following your Facebook page for more than a year now. Recently, I attended one of your seminars and I was very happy to have attended. I also seemed to enjoy what the financial advisors are doing - conducting seminars, discussing about investments, helping people be more [...]

Young Single Dads Also Need Critical Illness Coverage

Gone were the days that critical illness only affects people aged 50 and above. Even people in their mid 20s can also experience critical illness. Take for example our client in Aetos FPH Insurance Agency. Although the client agreed that we will publish his information, we will still hide him in [...]

Insurance Heals

And He said to them, “No doubt you will quote this proverb to Me, ‘Physician, heal yourself! Whatever we heard was done at Capernaum, do here in your hometown as well.’”Today, the phrase “physician heal yourself” has come to mean that before one attempts to correct others, he should make sure […]

Retirement Planning

Quick test: when do Filipinos experience a surge in the number of relatives? ​ Answer: when they come upon a big load of money. And this sudden growth in wealth is all the more evident when it comes to retirement. Unfortunately, these otherwise distant relatives do not realize that retirement lump sums really […]

Is your PhilHealth Benefit enough?

Last night, I had a very interesting discussion with my mother. Guess what we’re talking about? It’s about getting sick. These kinds of discussion, for most families are very unusual. It is something that is least talked about when everyone is okay and healthy but most talked about when a family […]

Differences between Health Card and Health Insurance

Most people think that health insurances are the same. But in reality they are not. In this article we will explore that different types of health insurances in the market today. The statistics on health risks are shocking 1 in 2 will develop cancer (43.9%)1 in 6 will have stroke before […]

There’s Always a First Time

Several years ago, a friend’s mom asked me to meet her for coffee. Since we haven’t seen each other for quite some time, we started our “date” by updating each other with our families’ activities. Tita Baby (not her real name) has just recently accepted an early retirement offer.  She shared […]

The Pain of an OFW

    Are you an OFW? Or are you a family of an OFW? This story is for you.​Let me tell you a story about a man who struggled so hard to give his family a better future. Year 1989 a father of four (4) decided to apply for a tourist […]