By Queena N. Lee-Chua
“Money does not buy happiness,” says the third-generation heir of a retail family business. “I don’t want to keep on working to the bone the way my father and grandfather did. I have enough money to last me a lifetime. I think it’s enough. More money won’t make me happier.”
By the staff
After an initial flurry of negotiations, a long lull seems to have settled on Philippine Airlines (PAL) regarding the ownership tug-of-war between tycoons Lucio Tan and Ramon Ang.
By Efren Ll. Cruz
QUESTION: My father’s family has a history of dying young. I am afraid that I might go through the same shortened life expectancy especially since I had just crossed midlife. But death is not exactly a topic my wife and I discuss. Can you provide some guidance? Posted at PFA’s “ask a friend, ask Efren” service at www.personalfinance.ph
By Tessa Prieto-Valdes
Furnishing a home or any residential property could be challenging. With the current economic boom, several exciting furniture and furnishing shops have opened, offering different styles of design pieces.
By Rafael Castillo M.D.
It can be quite a challenge understanding the various risk factors triggering suicide in men. The risk factors are complex, but what’s important to realize is that they can be effectively addressed or treated, which can go a long way in preventing suicide among men.