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Money Talk with Piolo Pascual: On His Retirement, Marriage and Achieving Financial FreedomPiolo Pascual shares why it’s time to protect your dreams and being Sun Life Financial’s newest spokesperson for its financial literary advocacy.
For many parents, it will always be top priority to be able to provide a secure and stable future for their children. With a newly elected president, many are hopeful that everything will get better and that we can look forward to a brighter future.
Taking a more active stance for one’s financial needs
Last year, Sun Life Financial launched the first financial literacy advocacy of its kind called It’s Time!. It’s Time! is Sun Life’s advocacy designed to improve the financial literacy and preparedness of Filipinos. Today, It’s Time! celebrates its first anniversary and in just one year, the advocacy has compelled many new advocates to take action and assume a more active role when it comes to planning for their financial needs.
Piolo Pascual on Dreaming Big and Preparing for the FutureADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
No longer just an awarded actor, Piolo Pascual has ventured into producing, photography, charity work, running and singing.
Relying on his fame is something that he will not leave to chance. “Since life offers no guarantees, we must always protect our dreams from uncertainties, “explains Pascual. It is never too early to aspire for great things and never too late to protect your dreams, not only for yourself but also for your loved ones. It’s Time,” shares Pascual.
The actor shares his personal experiences, thoughts and values when it comes to financial matters and his plans for the future:
My mother showed me the best attitude towards money, which is humility. She also taught me to use money to do good things. My faith also gave me a great foothold on my finances. Much has been given to me, and it is only right that I give something in return.
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You have to know what is important to you, and starting early is the way to go. In fact, the life insurance I got for my son Iñigo has already matured. Now his future is secure, and I’m so happy to know that he could do anything he wants. So it really pays to put your money on the best financial baskets around.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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