#InvesTayo with BDO

Build your Emergency Fund with BDO Easy Investment Plan!


Gastos now, panic later? Why not invest instead? Prepare for any uncertain event that comes your way by building an emergency fund with BDO Easy Investment Plan (EIP). As a rule of thumb, you should have at least six (6) months worth of your monthly expenses, placed in a low-risk investment fund that has the potential to give better returns than a regular savings account.


Investing is simple and affordable

Tara, #InvesTayo! Follow these steps to build your emergency fund with BDO EIP:


Start with a minimum of only P1,000

Kick-off your emergency fund with P1,000, or go higher if you want to to build it faster. Don’t worry, you can adjust your preferred amount anytime.



Choose Short Term Fund from the list of BDO UITFs

The BDO Short Term Fund is a low-risk UITF with no holding period, which means you can pull your money anytime, should an emergency arise.



Choose a scheduled date of debit

The amount you choose will automatically be debited from your account, either once or twice a month. Choose a schedule that suits your needs the best.



Monitor your investments

Watch your emergency fund build over time. Simply visit any BDO branch or access BDO Invest Online through Personal Online Banking to see updates on your investment.




Sign up for a BDO Easy Investment Plan

There are two ways to sign up for a BDO EIP.

Option 1: Sign up via BDO Digital Banking. Watch this step-by-step video on how to sign up online: 


Option 2: Visit any BDO branch. Click here for the list of BDO branches.


Got more questions on the BDO Easy Investment Plan? Drop us a message.




Disclaimer: BDO Unit Investment Trust Funds (UITFs) are trust products and not deposit accounts. They are not insured by the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC). Returns and principal protection are not guaranteed and any income or loss is for your account. Benefits, features, fees, and risks shall be disclosed to you prior to its sale. It is recommended that you read the plan rules or seek independent opinion before making an investment.