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”

People are rationally irrational

Ever since the first case of the 2019-nCOV discovered in Singapore on 23 Jan, the current number of confirmed cases stand at 40. The equities market, especially tourism-related stocks, have taken quite a hit. ‘Disease Outbreak Response System Condition’ (DORSCON) in Singapore had been raised to ORANGE (the second most serious tier) on 7 FebContinue reading “People are rationally irrational”

Teaching your little ones Personal Finance

For parents, especially those with young children, the art of educating them on appreciating the value of what money can do has to start from young. Why so? Call it the beauty of youthfulness — the young, unmolded minds is the best time to inculcate good values and habits. This is the phase of lifeContinue reading “Teaching your little ones Personal Finance”

My Personal Finance Journey

Recollection time! Looking back, it has been 2 years since I started taking a serious re-look at my own personal finance, 2 full months since I started writing. PHASE I: SAVING I started really saving just months prior to the birth of my child. Most of us (if I could safely say to a certainContinue reading “My Personal Finance Journey”