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The Philippines and Japan sign a new loan deal worth P75.5 billion for the Davao City Bypass and the Cebu-Mactan 4th Bridge and Coastal Road
The offer of Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III to provide a special briefing comes after he clashed with Senator Imee Marcos over Masagana 99, the failed rice program of dictator Ferdinand Marcos
A subsidiary of embattled ABS-CBN also makes it to the initial list of the top 500 taxpayers
Labor, tourism, and transportation departments tell senators they need a total of P205-billion coronavirus bailout
The government is looking at liquidity and equity infusions to save the tourism and travel industries. Small lenders will also be given a boost by state-run banks.
The Institute for International Finance praises the move to grant debt relief to vulnerable countries, but highlights the challenges
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(UPDATED) Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says proposals to defer paying debt obligations in favor of financing coronavirus-related expenses are 'narrow-sighted'
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the government will 'eventually' put in place programs for businesses. For now, they will prioritize cash subsidies.
During these times, it is best to keep calm, compose yourself, and come up with a plan to make yourself more financially healthy
The Duterte administration is seeking a $1-billion loan on top of the massive budget realignments to combat the pandemic
'Hindi kami nanghihingi ng pera. Magbabayad kami ng buwis. Pero huwag mo naman sabihin sa amin na magbayad kami 2 araw matapos ang quarantine na in-impose niyo,' says Congressman Joey Salceda
As lower revenue collection is seen due to the spreading novel coronavirus, the Philippines' budget deficit may hit as high as 3.6%
It could have been retired servicemen now working for private security companies whom the Bureau of Customs spotted escorting syndicates' couriers at the airport, says AFP spokesperson Edgard Arevalo
The Philippines' economic managers see lower tax collections and reduced Chinese imports due to the spread of the virus
The Bureau of Customs says couriers of dirty money working for two criminal groups were able to waltz through airport security with police and military escorts
The Department of Energy plans to build an 'energy city' in place of Chevron's facilities on government land in San Pascual, Batangas
Deputy Speaker Johnny Pimentel argues that it is 'restrictive' and 'unrealistic' for the state to regulate even the contributions given to candidates during the campaign
Philippine officials do not see the novel coronavirus putting a major dent in the economy
The Department of Finance says Chevron Philippines only pays P0.74 per sqm or just over P10 million a year to rent a 1.2-million-sqm land in San Pascual, Batangas
The Bureau of Internal Revenue's collection in 2019 breaches the P2-trillion mark, but still falls short of the ambitious target
The World Bank has contributed a total of $1.26 billion to the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program since it first provided funding in 2010
'Tough as nails, straight as an arrow, and a real patriot. One of a kind,' says former interior secretary Rafael Alunan III of former finance secretary Ernest Leung
Part of adulting is learning how to spend your Christmas bonus wisely
An astounding feat made possible by GCash app's Save Money feature, powered by CIMB Bank Philippines
'Meron diyang food labeling types of intervention.... So nandoon palang ‘yung usapan, wala pang specific proposal para dito sa panukalang ito,' says Finance Assistant Secretary Tony Lambino
Former DOF officials Uldarico Andutan Jr, Raul de Vera, and Rosanna Diala are sentenced to 6 years in jail over the 'fraudulent approval' of a P6-million tax credit certificate for Jam Transit
Watch our live coverage of PH’s first ever celebration of World Savings Day on October 31
Research has shown that Filipinos lack the proper preparation for their retirement years
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez supports the plan of Albay Representative Joey Salceda to slap more taxes on Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators and their service providers
The campaign leads up to the first World Savings Day celebration in the PH on Oct 31
Lacking the funds to finally expand your business? Here’s what you can do.
The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines urges government agencies to put in place a 'genuine transition program' for displaced workers before Citira's implementation – not after
Posts using the hashtag #PlsSaveMe by GCash are giving hope to Filipinos online
Do you think you’ve got a good handle on your finances? Test your financial know-how through this short quiz.
No one makes it through life alone – having a partner can make life more fulfilling! Watch our roundtable discussion on September 30, 4 pm onwards.
The Department of Finance is looking for funding from new partners – ones that did not support the resolution adopted by the United Nations Human Rights Council
With the theme "Real Problems, Real Solutions," the summit was held on September 25 at The Peninsula Manila
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says P300 billion in annual revenues can be achieved 'with no effort' should the government privatize Pagcor and PCSO gaming operations
Education is the first step. Here are the common reasons why applications are rejected and what you must do to get #AcceptED.
'Those who don't pay or respond to your assessments, clamp them down,' says Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III
Finance Undersecretary Karl Chua says the surge in investment pledges in the 1st half of 2019 refutes claims of critics of the proposed Corporate Income Tax and Incentive Rationalization Act
Have you invested in mutual funds in the Philippines? This episode explains how and why you are being shortchanged.
PRESS RELEASE: A total of 475 individuals passed the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination given by the Civil Service Commission last June 23
Traditional salary models rely on the so-called 'tournament theory,' but new research suggests that it may be unfair and lead to unhealthy competition
We talked to finance experts about financial inclusion and the credit landscape in the PH
We all value independence. But there are some things we can’t do alone.
Join us for a roundtable about the Philippines' credit landscape on July 30, 11 am
Based on our survey, instead of just plain rejection, many don’t have credit cards or loans because they don’t bother to apply
The Malolos-Clark Railway is seen to cut travel time from Manila to the Clark International Airport to less than an hour