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Financial Freedom Retiring in the Philippines

As you all know and read here and on other sites, living in the Philippines is cheaper than in the U.S. and other countries but there are things to consider. First is inflation. I have not tracked the price increases in the two years I have lived here but one item I remember is gasoline. When I first moved here, gas was about 30 pesos per liter. Today it is 43.80 pesos per liter, which is one peso less than it was in the past...

Difficult Life for Many Filipinos

What I would like to discuss here is the employment outlook for Filipinos and how hard it is to support a family. Most times when I am out, I enjoy talking to Filipinos. Because of this and my open friendly manor I have gotten to know many and about their lives.I ask questions such as their age, marital situation, number of kids and about their life. When I am at the mall to get out of the house I usually, have coffee at one...