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Back-to-School Preps Made Easy: Home Credit PH’s Top Sulit-Skwela Tips for Moms this 2024

Back-to-School Preps Made Easy: Home Credit PH’s Top Sulit-Skwela Tips for Moms this 2024
As the back-to-school season approaches, moms everywhere are gearing up to ensure their children have everything they need for a successful school year. With the Department of Education (DepEd) mandating the start of the next academic year for preschool through senior high school on July 29, and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) yet to announce the opening of classes for college, it’s crucial to begin preparations early. From purchasing school supplies and uniforms to updating gadgets and creating an organized study space, there’s a lot to be done to prepare for the opening of the school year. So, where do you start planning? 
Here are some wais tips, as listed by Home Credit Philippines, the country’s leading consumer finance company, to help moms get a head start on back-to-school preparations: 
Create a back-to-school checklist. Before diving into shopping, make a comprehensive list of everything your child will need. This includes school supplies, uniforms, gadgets, and even snacks. A well-organized checklist will ensure you don’t miss out on any essentials and can help you budget effectively. 
Prepare a budget. Now that you have your checklist, it’s crucial to set a budget to manage your expenses this back-to-school season. This will help you prioritize the most important items and avoid overspending so you won’t strain your finances. 
Upgrade student’s study space. Since the pandemic and the changing weather conditions, schools have implemented remote learning arrangements where students can study at home. With these arrangements, a dedicated study area becomes vital for their learning. To upgrade this study space, choose a quiet, well-lit corner of your home and equip it with necessary supplies such as a comfortable chair, desk, and adequate lighting. Personalized touches like motivational posters or a calendar can also boost a student’s enthusiasm for learning. 
Update Gadgets and Tech. In today’s digital age, having the right gadgets is crucial for a seamless learning experience. While you may have purchased devices to meet your kids’ remote learning needs a few years ago, it’s now time to consider upgrading these gadgets to keep up with advancing technology and ensure that they have the best tools for their education. 
Fortunately, Home Credit Philippines is here to support moms with its Back-to-School (BTS) promo! Running from June 17 to September 30, 2024, this promo is designed to help families, especially moms, manage the financial demands of the back-to-school season. The company offers a range of installment plans to make purchasing school gadgets more manageable, whether you need a new laptop, tablet, or smartphone. 
The application process is easy and hassle-free, ensuring you can get the support you need quickly. With flexible and zero-percent installment deals, Home Credit makes it easier to budget for back-to-school necessities, helping Filipino households manage their cash flow better.  
With the recent shift in school opening schedules this year and evolving educational needs, Home Credit’s financing solutions are here to help you meet the needs of every student in your household—be it a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Keep an eye out for Home Credit’s Sulit-Skwela offers this back-to-school season so you can provide the best education for your young ones without breaking the bank. 
To know more about the latest updates from Home Credit Philippines, visit its official website, www.homecredit.ph. You may also follow its official?Facebook,?Instagram, and?TikTok?accounts. Customers are also encouraged to download the?My Home Credit App?on Google Play to learn more about the latest promos and see what’s new in the Marketplace.? 
Home Credit Philippines is a financing company duly licensed and supervised by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).


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