Being a member of the Pagibig Fund (also known as HDMF or Home Development Mutual Fund) is a mandatory requirement for all employees covered by the SSS and GSIS, private employees, household helpers, seafarers, OFW and those who are listed below....
This article is based on my personal experience when I claimed my SSS retirement benefits. While the SSS website is helpful, it is more helpful to go directly to the nearest SSS branch for info.
Saving money for retirement is essential, but did you know that saving money after retirement is even more essential? You will have to find ways to save money and make money. Retirement is fun, but it's still no daily picnic unless you lower your standards and eat cheaper picnics!
No one knows the income tax rates in the future. How you save now can affect your income tax in retirement. If you think you will be in a lower tax bracket, save in a tax-deductible/tax-deferred account (IRA or 401(k)). Think you'll be in the same or higher tax bracket, use a tax-free Roth IRA or...
When starting your first job, retirement savings are the last thing on your mind. It shouldn't be. Starting to save early for retirement allows for the power of compounding. Here are 10 tips for retirement savings when you start your first job.
The guide to retiring in France. Retiring abroad can be a wonderful way to spend those golden years, learn how to do it!
This is an article about the facts and fiction of Social Security. It dispells the notion that social security is bankrupt and that it should be privatized. Social Security will be solvent until 2037 at that time there will be a 22% gap between income and outgo. Read Senator Bernie Sanders' simple...
Hubpages Personal Finance Competition Prizewinner - The secret to a long and happy life is work. The moment you stop working you stop living. So what are the prospects for retirement with no pension or savings?
What coverage does Medigap Plan G offer? What doesn't Medigap G cover? Who is eligible for this Medigap supplemental plan?
Forbes magazine predicts "The Greatest Retirement Crisis In American History". A summary of the history of retirement in America. How did we arrive at this place of crisis? What can we do about it?