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Lifestyle

SG Budget Babe

Savings Accounts

Do you guys linked your bank account with seedly apps?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 22 Dec 2019
I did, but everytime need sync and it take quite a long time. It doesn't support DBS now. So I stop using it already.
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Lifestyle

Savings

Education

Savings Accounts

Iā€™m a poly student who is working 2 jobs and with pay of around $500/$600 per month. How should I save and spend my money to maximise my savings?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 13 Jun 2019
I used to always exceed on expenses too, I just can't reject new gadgets. In order to restrict myself to overspend, I start doing budgeting, for your case you can group them into 3 categories. E.g. Food - $180 Transportation - $50 Entertainment - $120 So, the leftover $150 you can save into your bank. However, your monthly expenses might not hit $350 every months, some will lesser some will more than. So, when this month you spend lesser, the remaining amount can be brought over to next month. Therefore, next month you can have more to spend. My way is remaining balance I would deposit back to saving. Because it is easily to take out when we need extra. You may refer to http://sgbeyourownboss.com/budgeting-monthly-expenses/
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Fresh Graduates

Iā€™m 23, just started my first job, with a salary (after cpf) around $3000, how should I budget my monthly expenditure?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 13 Jun 2019
You may take a look at this http://sgbeyourownboss.com/budgeting-monthly-expenses/. I usually split my expenses into 6 categories. But before you start budgeting, you need have a rough idea where your money spent everyday. So I would suggest you take 2-3 months to track your daily expenses. With that, you know every month what you need to spend, how much you need to spend, and how much you can save.
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POSB Everyday Card

Lifestyle

DBS Multiplier Account

Credit Cards

I am a fresh grad interested in maximising my interest with DBS Multiplier! I have two basic questions on the investments and credit card categories of the account. ?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 13 Jun 2019
1. Yes, you don't even need to call in to request to waive off the annual fee. You can just submit a request thru internet-banking. You may referring to this http://sgbeyourownboss.com/dbs-3-8-high-interest-saving-account/. 2. For investment, you can consider POSB Invest-Saver, or buying SSB. The dividend credited in your DBS account will be counted.
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Savings Accounts

Credit Cards

Which Savings Account / Credit Card combination will you guys recommend for a fresh graduate starting work in a month? Salary will be > $2k and will spend around $500/mth. Canā€™t decide between DBS, OCBC and UOB. Would love to get some suggestions!
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 13 Jun 2019
I would recommend DBS for fresh grad. You may referring to this http://sgbeyourownboss.com/dbs-3-8-high-interest-saving-account/. Currently, I am using this account too.
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Credit Cards

Do you have recommendations for starting a long term savings plan with a savings and expense account?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 13 Jun 2019
I do suggest to have at least two account which is saving and another one for expenses. You can referring to this http://sgbeyourownboss.com/3-ways-to-save-money-effectively/. For saving, DBS, OCBC, BOC, UOB and SC are offering quite a good interest saving accounts you may consider them too. You can referring to this http://sgbeyourownboss.com/dbs-3-8-high-interest-saving-account/. Currently, I park my saving in this account. Another one for long-term, I would recommend Singapore Saving Bonds. It is low risk. Since we are talking about savings so I not considered the investment.
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Savings

Finance Savvy

Education

Personal Finance 101

Any financial advice/tips for a soon to be undergraduate?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 09 Jun 2019
For beginner, you may first build up the saving habit. You may take a look at this read more and budget your monthly expenses. Also you may take a look at the high interest saving account. For example DBS Multiplier, this is good for fresh grad.
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Savings

Is it realistic to achieve $100K savings in a xx years of time as I have $15K worth of cash savings with me right now?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 08 Jun 2019
It is realistic and not so hard, but need to be discipline. I do expenses tracking since I studied in uni. When I start working, I do budgeting for my monthly expense. You may read this if you interested to know how I do my monthly budget.
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Savings

Retirement

How do you save up for short and long-term goals?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 07 Jun 2019
For the beginner I think yes, you need to build the saving habit so it must be as simple as possible. You may read this to know how I save.
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Investments

Savings

What should your net worth be at 30 without including CPF. I have been reading up about hitting 100k, is it realistic?
Einn Hann
Einn Hann
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 07 Jun 2019
It is realistic and not so hard, but need to be discipline. I do expenses tracking since I studied in uni. When I start working, I do budgeting for my monthly expense. You may read this if you interested to know how I do my monthly budget.
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