Workers’ Rest Law: All You Need To Know

Does your boss call or message you for work-related information and activities even after you have logged out for the day and are on your way home? Does he or she make you work on quick emails and submissions even during weekends and holidays? There is a bill that will soon prohibit employers, managers, andContinue reading “Workers’ Rest Law: All You Need To Know”

Single Persons’ Welfare Act: All You Need To Know

Are you a single person who has taken the responsibility of caring for your senior parents’ needs? Or are supporting your younger siblings’ education? Or are helping raise your nieces and nephews? There is good news for you. The Single Persons’ Welfare Act is a bill that seeks to provide additional perks for single personsContinue reading “Single Persons’ Welfare Act: All You Need To Know”

All You Need To Know About The Cash Subsidy for Stay-at-home Moms

Moms and housewives who stay at home to take care of household duties and do not have a part-time or home-based work are the target of a bill filed by Rep. Joey Salceda at the House of Representatives. House Bill No. 668 states that full-time housewives must be compensated with a Php 2,000 cash subsidyContinue reading “All You Need To Know About The Cash Subsidy for Stay-at-home Moms”

All You Need to Know About the Price Tag Law in The Philippines

Putting price tags on items you sell is not just a conscientious effort to help your customers make informed buying decisions. When you put a price tag on your product (or service), you are actually adhering to the Price Tag Law of the Philippines, because yes, there is such a thing. RA 7394 RA 7394Continue reading “All You Need to Know About the Price Tag Law in The Philippines”

How To Save On Fuel And Still Get To Work On Time

Are you still driving your car to work (or to any other place you need to be)? Good for you! So many other car owners have opted to take public transportation to get to their offices and business places as fuel prices continue to soar weekly. I personally believe taking the train or bus toContinue reading “How To Save On Fuel And Still Get To Work On Time”

Can You Annul Your Marriage If You Find Out That Your Spouse Is Gay?

In the Philippines, the grounds for annulment are limited to the following (based on the Family Code): Lack of parental consent at the time of marriage (if the one or both parties was below 21 years old at the time of marriage) Psychological incapacity Fraud Force, intimidation, or undue influence Impotence Sexually transmissible diseases. BelieveContinue reading “Can You Annul Your Marriage If You Find Out That Your Spouse Is Gay?”

All You Need to Know About Estate Tax in The Philippines

Did you know that when you inherit a property, you’d need to pay the estate tax (or inheritance tax) to transfer the property from the (deceased) owner’s name to yours? If you do not pay the estate tax, the property will not be transferred to your name and a certificate of title cannot be issuedContinue reading “All You Need to Know About Estate Tax in The Philippines”

Child Custody: A Guide For Single Parents

Child custody is a delicate issue especially among unmarried couples. Almost always, it is the mother who takes custody of her children especially if they are still minors. Today’s blog endeavors to answer some frequently asked questions about child custody, especially for single parents. All the facts stated in this blog are based on theContinue reading “Child Custody: A Guide For Single Parents”