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Insurance

Hospitalisation Insurance (H&S)

Whole Life Insurance

Critical Illness (CI)

Early Critical Illness (ECI)

AIA

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Kaycee Tan
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 2w ago
AIA Pro-Lifetime Protector Max insurance is more for investment rather than life protection. My Insurance Agent recommended me that and I just bought without understanding it. Looking at my plan now, if the fund is doing well at 8%, I can only break even 12 years later, because the monthly premium goes into paying for management fee, coverage etc. You definitely can get back your money after 2 years but not all (Say you put in $3.6k across 2 years, you can only get back e.g $500). If you want life plan, don’t think this is the best plan for you. However I am saying this not as an expert, but a consumer POV. No harm seeking 2nd opinion from a different Insurance Agent. Would be good to do your own research too!

General

SG Budget Babe

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Kaycee Tan
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
I spent most of time reading articles related to personal finance! I do it during my travelling time so I can gain some knowledge. I prefer to read short articles than reading a book (Requires less attention span 😂). I used to track my expenses but got a bit lazy afterwards. Would probably be starting on it again and would recommend you to do it too as it is quite satisfying to see how many you spend every month.

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SeedIn

Promo Codes

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Kaycee Tan
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
There isn’t any promo code but you can give me your email then I can invite you to it!

Lifestyle

Grab

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Kaycee Tan
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 02 Dec 2019
In the same situation too. Hardly take grab, most of the points come from linking grabpay to favepay and paying using favepay. In some case if I am rushing, or feeling a bit lazy to travel 😬I will use my grab points to redeem grab voucher if there is enough grab points.

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Career

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Stocks Discussion

SG Budget Babe

MileLion

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Kaycee Tan
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 28 Nov 2019
Tbh I didn’t have any financial resolutions at the start of the year. Only started to be interested in finance/investing around in May this year. A bit late but never too late. First started to save up more as I didn’t have much savings as a young adult. Looked for higher savings account as I realised my previous savings account was just giving a pathetic 0.05% interest. Reading up seedly articles really help as I started this journey. I first bought a IPO bond together with my friend and soon I made my first investment in robo-advisor and also DCA in ETF. Luckily the earnings is on the positive side. Now my plan for this year/next year is to learn more on how to analyse stocks and purchase my first stock. Also to read up more and attend more financial talks! I think one thing that I succeeded this year was to learn something new, and something that is important.
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