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MLQIII: The Long View : Making ends meet

Manuel L. Quezon, III writes on Pwede Na! The Complete Pinoy Guide to Personal Finance by Efren Ll. Cruz. According to the publisher's press release, "the book seeks to demystify the art of personal finance for Filipinos. From pre-need plans to credit cards, from bonds to the stock market, the book is a clear source of information for young urban professionals, overseas Filipino workers, or anyone who wants to get a handle on their financial future in a Philippine setting."

An excerpt:

The Long View : Making ends meet

Updated 09:06am (Mla time) Oct 04, 2004
By Manuel L. Quezon III
Inquirer News Service

Editor's Note: Published on page A15 of the October 4, 2004 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

MONEY is a mystery. It is so essential and yet making it can be quite a challenge. Saving it, in our hand-to-mouth economy, seems virtually impossible. For those with business background, making money may be a little less tough. But for those who don't have such background, making money, spending it wisely and putting something aside for either a rainy day or a comfortable retirement may seem an impossible dream.

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