Top Philippine Companies that offer Corporate Bonds to the Public
Gusto mong pautangin ang mga kumpanyang ito via corporate bonds?
Check here some of the country’s top Philippine corporations that offer corporate bonds to the ...public with INTEREST better than your savings account!
This can be a good way to diversify your investment portfolio!
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Sa buhay, di pwede puro pera. Di rin pwede wala pera, dapat balance.
Pero di ba mas masaya ang buhay pag magkasundo ang mag asawa?
Balanse dapat! Learn from Chinkee and Nova Ann Tan how to have a Happy Life!...
Teach your household help financial literacy
Bitcoins! What's the latest on bitcoin?
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WE BET YOU DON’T KNOW:
8 TRAIN Tax Reform Items that You Probably Didn’t Know
1. Deadline for filing of annual Income Tax Return (ITR)...
Before: April 15
Now: May 15
2. Personal and additional exemptions have been removed
Before: personal exemption of P50,000 and additional exemption of P25,000 per qualified dependent
3. Tax on lotto winnings and PCSO prizes
Before: Lotto winnings and all PCSO prizes are tax-exempt
Now: all PCSO and lotto prizes are taxed 20% if the amount of the prize or winnings is above ten thousand pesos (P10,000).
4. Tax on stock transactions
Sale of stocks not traded in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE)
Before: Tax Rate is 5-10%.
Now: Tax Rate is 15%.
Sale of stocks that are traded in the PSE
Before: Tax Rate is 0.5% of the gross trade amount
Now: Tax Rate is 0.6% of the gross trade amount
5. Documentary Stamps (Doc Stamps) Tax
Before: DST is from ₱0.75 to ₱1.50
Now: DST is doubled at ₱1.50 to ₱3.00
6. Donor’s Tax
Before: The donor’s tax was 2% to 15% if the donor and donee are related, and 30% if the donation was to a stranger.
Now: The donor’s tax was revised to a flat rate of 6% regardless of the relationship between the donor and the donee.
Donations or gifts below P250,000 are tax-exempt. Donations with value of at least P250,000 are taxed using the new rate of 6% on the amount in excess of P250,000.
7. Estate Tax
Before: Under current tax laws, only family homes worth P1 million are tax-exempt.
Now: The estate tax is now a flat 6% rate on the amount in excess of P5 million. Estates with a net value of P5 million and below will be tax-exempt. Family homes that are valued at no more than P10 million will also be exempted.
8. Tax Exempt on 13th Month Pay and Other Benefits
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This 2018, you might want to include this to your plans - getting Health Insurance (Critical Illness Insurance)
Got 2 clients already who had Kidney Failure at ages 30+. One already had transplant that cost them 2M+. One is undergoing Dialysis costing 14k/week.
This type of policy can surely help!...
Set aside a small portion of your income to secure your future and your family.
Ann decided to secure her future and her family at a young age of 23.
By availing Sun Maxilink Prime at Php 1,500/month (P50/day), she'll have:
✔ Php 700k Life ...Insurance Protection
✔ Php 350k Accidental Death, Dismemberment and Disablement Benefit
✔ Waiver of premium upon total disability
✔ Php 4.2 million fund value at age 65
Securing your future doesn't require your whole income to be spent. You just need to set aside a small portion from it so you'll have something to use in the future.
Bitcoin ba kamo?
I don't recommend investing in Bitcoin, very risky. Pwede mawala pera mo.
Pero I highly recommend sa mga speculators. If you want to check, bigyan kita P50 free when you sign up here https://coins.ph/invite/8omjfi...
No need to deposit anything, just sign up, magkaron ka 50 na pwede convert sa Bitcoin.