Anne Curtis on how to save wisely: Set reasonable quota

by FM Ganal
Aug 2, 2018
Anne Curtis talks money: "I have a separate account for my taxes, a separate account for my savings, and a separate account for my charity."

Anne Curtis has offered a simple money-saving tip: Make a quota.

"Every year, set a quota for yourself na iyon iyong kailangan mong abutin," she told PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal.

"Of course, be fair with your quota, ano. Iyong tipong hindi ka na kakain? Huwag namang gano'n."

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PEP.ph spoke with Anne at grand opening of her karaoke hub in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

The It's Showtime host underscored the importance of a quota as a reminder, "na hindi ka talaga gagastos ng mga unnecessary na gastusin.

"And when you hit that quota, ayon na, you can treat yourself a little something."

But, "still save," she added, a precaution against splurging.

Anne, who headlines the movie BuyBust, then revealed her money-saving philosophy.

"Me, personally, I have a separate account for my taxes, a separate account for my savings, and a separate account for my charity naman because I believe the more that you give, the more that will come back to you."

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