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Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 04 Jul 2019
Are you the "omg I got a first class seat for only $3k" sort or the "wah I could just fly economy and spend an extra 2k on shopping at the destination" sort? It depends really on what you value more.

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 17 Jun 2019
Change billing period to end say middle of the month for all cards and simply designate a bill payment date e.g. last day of the month. Just run through the checklist of all your cards to ensure there are no missing payments. The few cents of interest foregone for paying before the last date due is not worth the hassle of keeping track.

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
How does not planning for early retirement equate to donating to the poor? If anything, most FIRE advocates seem to be less entitled and self indulgent with plans to spend their retirement meaningfully rather than working at BS jobs for consumerism.

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
Consider the source of the advice - will whoever is recommending the action benefit from it? What exactly are the benefits and USP it has? (And no, "my cousin's sister in law's lawyer friends' secondary school class mate said so and he works for Warren Buffet so bao jiak" or " trust me I'm a (self proclaimed) guru and I won't con my friends/relatives/colleagues etc " doesn't cut it) Look for counter opinions - If it's such a wonder product, why isn't everyone rushing to get it? What are the reasons of the naysayers? Engage common sense - which side sounds more rational to you? Double check whatever numbers they spouted with a independent source (e.g. If they say property prices has doubled every 10 years Google for statistics to see if it has done so) and then think if it's even relevant to the point they are making. Decide on your own.

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 22 Apr 2019
Isn't this already covered in pre-marriage counseling? Not just the need for honesty but the attitudes and expectation to finances.

Career

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As Df
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 26 Nov 2018
Look for bigger companies into digital transformation. It's kind of the in thing nowadays and being able to understand what the heck the problem is and how you can help automate will be a good place to go.

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As Df
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 21 Nov 2018
Cut out online shopping for a period (saves time too if you're one of those addicted to the way they gamify their discounts) No alcohol for those into social drinking. Reduce snacks/eating in the evening to also help control your weight.

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As Df
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 10 Nov 2018
If impact of contribution is greater for #2, why would the growth rate be lower? You want to be known for effectiveness, not just speed and efficiency. You're young enough to go for the one that will position you better for future jumps - I'm not sure that would necessarily be #1 though if it's just fast paced but routine work.

Career

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As Df
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 09 Nov 2018
Look at your development plan and what you intend to achieve. Talk to your boss about how that fits into your road plan - they may be trying to groom you for a more customer facing finance role, or possibly to take on a more visible profile with higher management...

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 25 Oct 2018
Accounting firms are notorious for OT and unless he's an untrained bookkeeper or the like, he would be considered an executive and exempt from OT. The only difference S Pass makes is the difficulty in switching jobs but really, if he knows there's no progression and most have left, it's up to him to take ownership of his own career and renegotiate or move on.
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