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We are now officially in 2020 – a new year, the beginning of a new decade – with fresh memories and success stories, new opportunities, new goals or a chance to make right with what went wrong.
To have some form of personal savings is not impossible. All it takes is a little change in our lifestyle and mindset.
“With great powers, comes great responsibility, ” so says one of the most thematic and often quoted lines by a well-loved character from Marvel’s Spiderman. Indeed, the initiative by the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) to allow its members to invest directly from their EPF funds into unit trust via the newly launched i-Invest online platform is an exciting prospect to say the least. Not only would this move offer greater convenience for members to grow their wealth, but also unparalleled access to tap into a set of diverse funds.
AS parents, we want to give our kids better lives and opportunities than we did in our time. But is there such a thing as giving your children too much?
After a good 20 to 30 years of hard work, you are finally able to have redemption for the blood, sweat and tears you have put in for the most part of your life – your retirement.
THE question, “when should one plan for one’s retirement?” is often asked.
IN MY 19 years of financial coaching and advising high net-worth clients, here’s one surprising fact that stood out to me: the greatest challenge is not always the lack of knowledge, but more the lack of objectivity in managing wealth.
OVER the years, you may have picked up a variety of investments with your hard-earned money. Like any courtship in the beginning stages of romance, or the thrill of your first home purchase, you spent a lot of time and attention deciding what and which investments to buy. You may even put in effort to monitor the investment at the initial stages.
TAKE it or leave it.