Good for those who were able to save from the windfall and bad for those who incurred more expenses than what they actually earned.
For now, let us take a break from all board exam matters and topics.
Well, because we understand the hardwork, rigor and financial burden of finishing your studies and then passing your respective board exams.
Let us say to you, life does not end finishing your degrees and passing the board exams. Life actually has just started. We are pretty sure that you have already heard these lines from your teacher before graduation day.
Let me tell you that after your board exam or even just after graduation, you are itching to find a job. And after finding a job, you will soon realize that life is difficult. That it was better than when you were a student that only receives an allowance from your parents. Now, you have to work hard, live on a tight budget and even help your parents and your younger sibling in their studies.
Difficult? Yes. But also noble.
But should we stuck ourselves in that situation?
You have the key, you have the choice to free yourself from financial difficulty by starting 2013 right.
Save – if you are still a student, you can already starting saving from the allowance you receive from your parents. Like if you are receiving 500 or 1000 pesos a week, you can save maybe 10 pesos or 20 pesos per day. Seems small? Yes, but if you will do this diligently, instead of buying maybe 30 pesos of load everyday or a bottle of soda everyday, you will be able to save 50 pesos a week; 200 a month and 2,400 a year. And if you do it for four years as a student, you will have about 9,600 a year! That is lots of money already saved, that could have only gone down the drain for everyday petty expenses.
Of course not!
They are still tips and secret as always because many people tend not to give so much importance and credence to them. Getting rich is not a quick thing. It is a slow tedious, disciplined process.
Every year, these are the same tips and reminders given to people but only a few take them to heart. Those who took them to heart, they got rich. And those who did not, well, maybe are still puzzled on what to do with life and their finances…and maybe getting desperate as time is running out on them.
To those who are graduating and just passed the board exam, take these things to heart as time is still on your side.
And for those who are already working, these tips will surely help you out in order to find financial freedom in the years to come.
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