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Blog About Money? Try Francisco J Colayco’s Blog at GMANews.tv!

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If you want information about personal finance, you can easily key in any money related keyword to Google or Yahoo search and the list of result would be astoundingly long. Yes, personal finance advice is one of the most popular topics in the web. And because of its extreme popularity, you will surely find it hard to sort out which ones are credible and which ones were applicable to your situation.


Now, with respect to personal finance in context to the Philippine setting, I found this blog really useful and practical. I was referring to the blog by Francisco J Colayco published through GMA news website. For those who don't know Mr. Colayco, he is the author of the bestselling book series "Wealth Within Your Reach - Pera Mo, Palaguin Mo!” He is also an experienced business man and regularly conducts seminars on personal finance. He is also the chairman of Colayco Foundation for Education which aims to increase Filipinos' literacy regarding personal finance.

What I personally like about his blog (and also in his books) is that it was especially made in the context of the Filipino culture. The topics discussed in his blog are surprisingly interesting and practical even to those who don't know much about financial matters.

Aside from his blog, you can also visit Colayco Foundation's website.

Link to Francisco J Colayco’s blog.
http://blogs.gmanews.tv/francisco-colayco/

Link to Colayco Foundation website.
http://www.colaycofoundation1.com/index.php
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