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Here are the 5 easy steps to reset or retrieve your Pag Ibig password when you forgot it. This process would only take you 3 minutes to complete. Follow the instruction so you can unlock your pagibig account. After this, you can now login with your new password and be able to access your pag […] Read more

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Here are the 3 easy steps to check your SSS loan balance online at the official website of SSS. The process is almost the same as when viewing your SSS contribution online. This is hassle-free since it will only take you less than 5 minutes to accomplish plus you do not need to leave your […] Read more

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Here is how to deal with PRC No Slots Available notification whenever you are going to set an appointment schedule for the collection of your PRC ID. The Professional Regulations Commission of the Philippines has shifted most of its transaction processing through its online facility. Due to this massive improvement, new graduates can apply for […] Read more

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Here are 4 easy steps to get or reset your SSS password and user ID online if you forgot it. You can unlock your sss account in around 2 minutes assuming you have at least 2 of the 3 essential requirements which the government website will ask you to help get your password back. First […] Read more

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Here is the PRC Board Exam online application guide for first-time licensure examination takers in 2020. This post will teach you the essential steps on how to register online successfully for the upcoming board exam conducted by PRC for your profession. This guide will also cover the application process, registration requirements list, steps in viewing […] Read more

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You can pay your Pag Ibig contributions and housing loans via different payment centers in the Philippines and abroad. Here are the step by step guide to fulfill your responsibilities as an active member of the home development mutual fund (HDMF) otherwise known as pagibig fund of the Philippines. Through the years, the Pag-Ibig fund […] Read more

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