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Guo Hao Teo

Personal finance enthusiast in Singapore

Guo Hao Teo

Self-Taught Enthusiast at Personal Finance

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Guo Hao Teo

Self-Taught Enthusiast at Personal Finance

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Insurance

Heard about Cardup as a service which you can use to pay your insurance premiums and get points for it. You can definitely check it out to find out more.

Investments

Sounds interesting never really heard of it though. Would be careful on these type of investment schemes yup. Always do your own due diligence!

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YouTrip

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Guo Hao Teo, Self-Taught Enthusiast at Personal Finance

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Answered on 27 Jul 2019
No you cannot use it for prepaid card topups which include grabpay and youtrip. It is in the Terms and conditions, i was finding it also!

Investments

ETF

Yes if you look at either Ireland domiciled ETFs like the IWDA, it is also another one worth considering The withholding tax will also be 15% instead of 30% Another way would be to consider robo advisors? They buy into these ETFs on your behalf.

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Guo Hao Teo, Self-Taught Enthusiast at Personal Finance

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Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 26 Jun 2019
Mainly mobile for me because I use my expense tracker as well and check out the community page once in awhile to get updates on what the other members are discussing about! Questions seem to be repeating itself quite abit recently but overall good to see new faces in the community also.

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Guo Hao Teo, Self-Taught Enthusiast at Personal Finance

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Answered on 25 Jun 2019
I think everyone will have a different benchmark on how much is a good benchmark when it comes to saving up by 30 years old? For example there was some people who were fascinated by the $100k by 30 benchmark. But i believe that ultimately it is up to individuals to decide what level is best for themselves... I would think that: - having manageable debt (eg home loan) not huge credit card debt or loans - at least 6 months worth of savings for rainy day funds This is a baseline!

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Investments

You can try using Carousell? Start from there. It’s possible to actually find a ton of home bakers there selling their home made cakes and produce. Do check it out! I think until it becomes bigger, then you should consider getting the relevant licenses and filing with ARCA. Because administration can be a hassle.

Investments

Guo Hao Teo
Guo Hao Teo

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Level 4. Prodigy
Updated on 09 Jun 2019
Yes this is possible. just simply work backwards: - understand how much you will need to survive (varies from singles to families) - plan out how much is a realistic return for dividend yield - most likey around 5 - 7% p.a - create a diversified enough portfolio for that amount Done. You can actually do this and i have friends also doing things like that in their 40s. By right they have no real need to work Only thing is to manage your cashflow well as dividends can be quarterly or yearly.

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Guo Hao Teo

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Level 4. Prodigy
Updated on 09 Jun 2019
It was good really enjoyed the speakers who were sharing. Some pointers: - “Dividends are the opium of the capitalistic masses” - save and be frugal in your early years - stick to one investment strategy (eg value or dividend investing) and follow through

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Guo Hao Teo
Guo Hao Teo, Self-Taught Enthusiast at Personal Finance

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Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 09 Jun 2019
Give good answers to the community and help those who need them. I would also recommend occasionally sharing your longer answers to your own network on fb or other socials to get upvotes. All the best and happy to be part of this helpful community also!
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