As a one-stop shop mobile application solution for financial services, Moneygment empowers homemakers in managing their finances and securing the future of the ones who take care of their family.
Moneygment’s vision of being the top-of-the-mind app when it comes to government and other compliance payments has become even more relevant with the passage of the Domestic Workers Act or what is commonly known as the ‘Kasambahay’ law, which mandates the payment of our household helpers’ SSS, Pag-IBIG and Philhealth contributions.
In a gathering of moms led by Moneygment advocate Feliz Lucas, Ma. Jessica Palmiano, CEO of Togetech Inc, the proponent of the app, reiterated the importance of diligently paying for our helpers’ contributions saying that by doing so “we are not only protecting them but shows how much we value them.”
Further, Jessica expressed that “Moneygment shares with the moms the same advocacy of making sure that what we say and do help others in their daily lives. We are socially responsible for each other. We help deliver convenience in imbibing the values of - work, save, comply, invest and give – so that by creating individual financial strength, we create a relationship – not of struggling dependency but an ecosystem of financial resilience.”
Besides settlement of mandatory government contributions and taxes, you can also pay your bills, loans, insurance, and investments, and spread love by sending money to your friends and family anywhere in the world.
With the end goal of building a financial footprint towards becoming economically resilient, Moneygment guarantees a secure, convenient, reliable and affordable payment platform that allows you to handle your money as well as monitor expenditures.
Moneygment champions and fosters a financial culture that will make and achieve financial freedom so that we can all have a better future. Join the #moneygmentmovement today.
The Moneygment app is available for download on the App Store and Google Play. Follow Moneygment on Facebook and Instagram for more information, rewards and promotions.
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