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Investment for Beginners

Investment for Beginners

How many of us want to do investments and grow our money but are afraid to start? We hear a lot of people say that investment is a risky business or that investments can make you lose your money. But to what extent are these hearsay statements true? "Successful...

Savings vs Investments: Which one is for you?

Savings vs Investments: Which one is for you?

Savings and investing—these are the two important concepts that are not the same but are always mentioned together. One is to keep our money aside for future use and the other is to grow our money. But both concepts are used to build a strong financial future. So, are...

5 Types of investments you can make using your CPFIS-OA

5 Types of investments you can make using your CPFIS-OA

The Central Provident Fund, or also known as CPF, helps Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents to set aside funds for retirement and secure life goals. CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS), on the other hand, is an investment scheme by CPF. Through CPFIS, you have the option to invest your OA and SA balances to increase your retirement savings. Open to read more:

How much do you need to retire in Singapore?

How much do you need to retire in Singapore?

To enjoy a comfortable retirement, you must know how much you need to save. How much is needed for necessities? What kind of lifestyle do you wish to have after retirement? Open to read more…

Do you know the 3 golden rules of money management?

Do you know the 3 golden rules of money management?

Money management is an important skill that everyone must have. In this article, you will find three simple money management tips that you can follow every day, or as I call them, the 3 golden rules of money management. Open to read more…

Retirement planning for the 60s, 40s and 20s

Retirement planning for the 60s, 40s and 20s

The retirement age in Singapore is 62 years old. But if you’re only 22, should you start planning for retirement now or should you wait until you’re 30? What about if you’re already in your 50s now? Does it mean it’s too late for you to start saving for retirement? Open to read more:

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