Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Our third

Our newest issue:

Gary and Angeli Valenciano live a blessed life

In show biz, he is her talent. She is his manager. And despite the fact that multimedia artist Gary Valenciano is a truly, creative personality, while Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano is more business-savvy, the two learned to find the right balance in their marriage and career, as they share in MoneySense’s money and marriage issue.


Apart from Gary and Angeli’s story of 21 years of blissful married and family life, MoneySense also packs in this issue 10 questions that every married couple should ask, and what experts and select couples, and quotes from married personalities like actress Isabel Granada and news anchor Mari Kaimo, suggest for finding financial bliss.


MoneySense
– founded by veteran business and finance journalists with a combined 50 years of publishing experience – also covers this issue other related, noteworthy topics like saving for college, how much does a college education cost, the 10 most expensive colleges and universities, and cars for your college kids, and six tips for a comfortable retirement. Jose Cuisia, Jr., former central bank governor and now president and CEO of Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company, also shares some money advice for the young.


MoneySense
is available in newsstands. To learn more about the magazine, visit www.moneysense.com.ph. For subscription, contact 339-3361, 728-1073 or email ebaysic@moneysense.com.ph.







Our second issue:



Traveling with Ace Durano
Planning to escape from the blazing sun, either going on a beach or a cool, woodsy place, or to a nearby foreign destination? Let MoneySense, the country’s new and only personal finance magazine, help you fulfill your dream, summer vacation.


For its March-April issue, MoneySense researched on the best deals you can bag if you want to go to Southeast Asia on a shoestring. The magazine also listed recommended budget hotels and restaurants, plus places to stay and eat at higher price points at some of our top attractions.
Gracing the magazine’s travel theme is tourism secretary Ace Durano – the obvious, frequent traveler in the Philippines. More than what he does as DOT chief, the magazine revealed a more personal side of him, as Ace shares his travel routine and favorite destinations, plus his money-savvy tips as well.


And our maiden issue:
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Amanda Griffin: Serial Entrepreneur
Considered one of the country’s recognizable models and sought-after product endorsers, Amanda Griffin also parlayed her modeling days into a regular hosting career. But Amanda is more than a glittery personality – she is definitely an experienced serial entrepreneur, as she shares in the maiden issue of MoneySense, the country’s new and only personal finance magazine.


Apart from Amanda’s multiple streams of income, money-savvy tips, entrepreneurial lessons, and her newest business venture, model turned social entrepreneur Illac Diaz also shares his means to fund his dreams in the magazine’s Here’s A Final Tip....

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Three issues now - and expect more from MoneySense, the country's new and only personal finance magazine
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