Inculcating transferable and manageable savings and investment habit

It is pretty interesting to note that parents who on one hand disagree on spoiling their children with a golden spoon, yet be willing to pamper them with the latest IT gadgets or wants. Some disagreements which we commonly hear are Children should work and earn their own keep for their own university education. TheyContinue reading “Inculcating transferable and manageable savings and investment habit”

A call to kick-start your CPF retirement planning early

The average life expectancy for Singaporeans is 83.2 years, for year 2018. Singaporean males have to perform national services duties for 2 years, and if we were to include university studies, the average age of beginning work in society is 25 years of age. I would have mentioned earlier in my article, Investing from Age Zero,Continue reading “A call to kick-start your CPF retirement planning early”

Cutting down on being penalised

While I am trying my best to scrimp and save, invest and grow my wealth, it is subtle yet “shocking” sometimes to fin that easy money was slipping out of my hands. By that, I refer to penalties and fines for not doing or committing to some actions on time. The most common types ofContinue reading “Cutting down on being penalised”

Why Investing early matters

I love the Eighth wonder of the world. I adore the power of compounding interest. And as I understood it better, I started to save more of my income so that I could spend more on investment products and grow my wealth further. In mid-2019, I stopped the miles chase. By the miles chase, IContinue reading “Why Investing early matters”