How to Receive Paypal Payment from Clients

Sending and receiving payments have never been easier and faster with Paypal.  It has the simplest and most user-friendly platform that I’ve tried so far and that’s exactly one of the reasons why I am a loyal Paypal user.

After two weeks of negotiating a project with a foreign client, we finally agreed and closed the deal today.

And as soon as I accomplished the task, she asked me for my Paypal email address where she can transfer the payment.

I gave her my Paypal email address and I received it almost instantly. The payment showed up on my Paypal account in a matter of seconds.


How to Receive Adsense Revenue through Western Union


For bloggers like me who earn ad revenue from Google Adsense, there’s something exciting to look forward to every 25th of the month.


Because it’s our pay day! 🙂

Google Adsense issues payment every 21st of the month and it usually is available for withdrawal a day or few days after depending on the payment option.

I personally prefer to receive payment through Western Union because of its low fees, high exchange rates, and accessibility.

Unlike other big-time bloggers, I don’t earn that much yet from Google Adsense and that’s also another reason why I find it practical and convenient to receive payments via Western Union.


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Tips on How to Handle Relatives and Friends Asking for Pamasko


If you are working abroad to better provide for your family, salute to all your hard work and sacrifices.

Filipinos are actually known for having strong family ties and they will do everything just to make their family happy.

With such cultural upbringing, it’s common for us to share our blessings to other family members and relatives.

And now that the Christmas season is fast approaching, people are busy saving money for their inaanaks.

So if you are also doing the same thing, then here are some helpful tips to deal with friends and relatives asking for their Christmas gifts or presents.


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Pag-IBIG Foreclosed Properties for Sale – October 2016


Are you planning to buy a house or property in the near future?

Are you tired of renting a space and you want to invest a portion of your hard-earned money for a house that you can call your own?

Check out this list of Foreclosed Properties and schedule of Public Auctions by the Pag-ibig Fund.

  1. NCR Branch:

a. With Discount

Schedule: October 26 & 27, 2016

Venue: 7th Flr. JELP Business Solutions Center, 409 Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong City

Number of Properties: 670

Location of Properties:

  • Cavite
  • Laguna
  • Metro Manila
  • Rizal
  • Bulacan
  • Batangas

b. No Discount

Schedule: October 11 & 12, 2016


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6 Ways to ask your Friend or Relative to Pay you back


Asking a friend or a family member to pay back the money they borrowed from you is really an awkward situation to be in.

And unfortunately, there’s no other way to get your money back but ask them to repay it, unless they initiate to pay it back before you ask them to.

However, if it’s the first time you lend them money and they did not pay because of financial problem, it may be okay since they are your relative or friend.

The real problem here is if they do it repeatedly. This could put your relationship or friendship at risk.


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How to Deal with Friends or Relatives who Borrow Money


Have you ever been into a situation where a friend or a relative needs financial support so they want to borrow money from you?

Well, I could no longer remember how many times have I lent money to friends and relatives and didn’t get my money back. 

Usually, I don’t lend my money easily because it’s exactly on my budget most of the time.

However, it’s really hard to refuse a family member, relative, or a friend. It’s just so hard to say no, don’t you agree? 

So how do you tell that friend or relative that you cannot lend them some cash?

If you know that the money will only be spent to some luxuries, it’s fair to refuse. But if the person borrowing money really needs it for some emergency, then you can loan the money to them.


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PERA Law and an Important Announcement from BDO Unibank


What is  PERA Law?

Short for Personal Equity and Retirement Account, the PERA Act of 2008 via RA 9505 is a law that establishes provident “personal savings plan” to support savings mobilization and capital market plans.

This is prepared through an established regulatory and legal framework regarding people’s retirement plans as well as other investments and voluntary personal savings.

Hence, it is recognized by the State that the PERA law can potentially contribute to the long term fiscal sustainability by reducing social pension benefits and stipulation of long term financing.


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