iPera works with government agencies to enhance financial literacy and improve financial understanding across the Philippines. It is important for the economic growth of the country that all residents are financially educated and aware of the importance of creditworthiness.
iPera works with local bloggers and writers to produce educational content, guides and activities to enhance financial literacy. iPera donates to local charities, schools and community groups every month, you can follow our community enhancement program with blog content here.
If you are a blogger and want to have your content displayed here, send it to email@example.com for consideration to publish. You could even earn money off your loan, or payments for your work!
What happens if you don’t pay your debt?
Money taken from loans is money borrowed. You need to pay off the amount of what you borrowed on the given due date to keep money moving for others who are also trying to get loans so that lenders ... Read More
October 12, 2022
Mga paraan upang makatipid sa mga bayarin sa utility?
Makakatulong ang pagkakaroon ng isang makatotohanang badyet na pamahalaan ang iyong mga kita at paggasta na may kontrol. Ang mga buwanang pagbabayad ay malamang na kabilang sa mga pinakamahal na ba... Read More
September 26, 2022
Open Banking And Other New Technology
When a new technology comes to the market, there is always some concerns by both users and regulators. This means that pre-launch and through the operational phases there also needs to be strong ed... Read More
September 19, 2022
Repay Your Loan On Time
In the Philippines, the fate of anyone with an unpaid loan is to face severe effects. You'll have a lot at stake, and as a result, you'll be bothered by worry, sleeplessness, and other health probl... Read More
September 15, 2022
How Does A Loan Work?
Loans are not free money but rather an amount that is borrowed and repaid according to predetermined terms. The number of Read More