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Take Charge of Your Finances and Get a Clean Bill of WealthLearn about personal financial management strategies from the experts themselves.
If you’re anything like me, you probably welcomed 2013 with lots of different goals and dreams.
Now though, we realize that the first quarter of the year is already whizzing past, and some of us may not have accomplished all the goals we’ve set.
(Related article: Goal for It)
We may also have broken some of our New Year’s resolutions, no matter how hard we tried to keep them.
Do not fret though, because there is still time for us to accomplish all that we want to, and there are many resources available to help us do so. There are also helpful events happening around us that could prove useful to our journey of “self-improvement” — which should include our finances.
One such event is the Clean Bill of Wealth Seminar, organized by Manila Workshops and Sonny Santiago of SonnySantiago.com. This 1-day course will cover topics such as the 8 roadmaps to keep you on track, the 8 step ladder to get you out of the “black hole,” and also include discussions on savings, compounding and the different investing venues available, plus so much more.
Although Citi Philippines recently had a survey that shows that more and more Filipinos are money-wise, there is still quite a number of people who don’t know how to manage their money and make it “grow.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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The seminar thus aims to teach participants how to have financial stability and freedom.
About the Speakers
Mr. Vicente “Sonny” R. Santiago is a personal effectivity coach who has been practicing in the field of Attitudinal Training for more than a decade, working with various private and public corporations like San Miguel Corporation, Philippine Airlines and First Manila Corporation.
Mr. Gus Cosio, is the president of First Asset Management, Inc. and the author of the financial advice blog GusCosio.com. He manages the mutual funds business of the Philippines’ leading investment house. Having worked with global investment firms in Asia since the 1980s, he has extensive experience in the region’s financial markets. Now based in Manila, Gus focuses on Philippine investment markets — stocks, bonds and foreign exchange. Understanding that all markets are interconnected, he constantly follows the regional and international markets, hoping to bring to his readers a clearer picture of the Philippine markets in relation to the larger, global scheme of things.
Seminar Details and (Special Discount for SP Readers!)
The Clean Bill of Wealth Seminar will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2013, from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, at Studio SnR, 3rd Floor, Millenium Place, 17 Meralco Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.
The regular registration fee is P2,800 per participant but Manila Workshops is offering a special discounted rate of P2,200 only for Smart Parenting readers!
To register, simply click here and enter the discount code of SPOCBOW to avail of the discounted rate.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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