PINSAN, QuickServants-Ubon Chapter Conduct Financial Literacy Seminar In Ubon Ratchatani
According to a 2011 study by Social Enterprise Development Partnership Inc., one out of every 10 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) is financially broke, while 80 percent of OFWs return to the Philippines with no savings at all. This alarming situation causes financial distress due to the lack of proper financial literacy or financial education for many OFWs.
Read: Pinoy orgs in Ubon Ratchatani to hold financial literacy confab
To address this concern the Pinoy sa Silangan Isaan (PINSAN) and QuickServants- Ubon Chapter, organized a Financial Literacy Seminar for Overseas Filipino Workers.
The activity was coordinated by Mr. Tong Largado, President of QuickServant- Ubon and Mr. Gri Benedict Sausa, President of PINSAN.
The seminar was held at EZY Space Ubon, Nai Muang, Ubon Ratchatani, Thailand last September 24, 2017 and attended by about 30 participants who were eager to improve their finances. Mr. Jun Amparo, the founder of Richly Blessed Today and co-founder of The Pinoy Legacy, was the resource person.
Mr. Jun Amparo is a personal finance advocate and author of the book “OMG! OFW’s Money is Gone which was highly recommended by famous author and personal finance experts like Bro. Bo Sanchez and Fitz Villafuerte.
To get a copy of his book, Mr. Jun Amparo will be at the Filipino Community Leaders Congress as one of the resource persons. It will also be a good opportunity to meet him for book signing.
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