Tag: Financial Literacy

How to Check Hafilat Card Balance and Recharge Online?

The Hafilat Card is a card you can use to access public places and public transportation in Abu Dhabi. With many perks and features, it’s your key to a more convenient and relaxed travel experience.
However, recharging these cards isn’t always convenient since you need to go to its dedicated kiosk or enter your card number on its official website whenever you recharge your card.

UAE Work Permit: How to Apply for a Private Tuition Visa?

The Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) have jointly introduced a new employment avenue in the UAE to cater to the changing needs of the workforce and ensure fair practices. This new avenue is called the UAE Private Teacher Work Permit.

How to Check Traffic Fines with Emirates ID?

Traffic fines in the UAE are pretty strict and hefty. You miss paying for parking and will get a hefty fine. You changed the lane against the traffic rules and will receive an SMS of being fined.

5 Things to Know About the UAE Labor Card

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) offers a thrilling living and working experience worth exploring. Still, it comes with a series of regulations and requirements, one of the most fundamental being the UAE Labor Card.

6 Tips to Save Your Money on Foreign Exchanges

Sending your money home, especially when you are an expat in the UAE, isn’t as smooth as you think. You need to look for a competitive exchange rate that helps you send money safely, conveniently, and at an affordable price.

What is the Nafis Program? How Does it Empower Emirati Talent?

The Nafis program is a government-led initiative to empower Emirati nationals to develop global-level competencies and pursue their careers in the private sector. The UAE government is always keen on bringing prosperity and growth to the nation through offering support to Emirati nationals.

Unemployment Insurance Scheme: How New Employees Can Subscribe?

As of January 1, 2023, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) introduced the Unemployment Insurance Scheme, an initiative to provide financial protection to employees during periods of job loss.
This program provides a lifeline for UAE nationals and residents working in the private sector or federal government,

Is a Credit Card the Best Solution to Manage Your Payments?

Most of us are comfortable using credit cards, especially in UAE, a spending-savvy country. However, credit cards come with the risk of debt accumulation, high-interest charges, risk of theft, etc.

The Easiest Way to Save Money for Investment Beginners – Payit Event Recap

Payit, in collaboration with the Indian Women in Dubai (IWD), successfully organized the third “Real HERoes” event session. The event was a sincere and enlightening gathering that honored women as genuine heroes and sought to empower them on their path to financial independence.

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid While Sending Money from UAE to Philippines

UAE to Philippines
The UAE Dirham (AED) and Philippine Peso (PHP) exchange rate is highly volatile and can change rapidly based on real-time events. Thus, you must be extra careful when sending money from the UAE to the Philippines.
Whether you support your family back home or make other financial arrangements, ensuring your hard-earned money reaches its destination safely and cost-effectively is crucial. This blog explains people’s five most common mistakes when transferring money from the UAE to the Philippines.