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Insurance

Whole Life Insurance

Critical Illness (CI)

Early Critical Illness (ECI)

Term Life Insurance

Should I increase my Insurance coverage?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 27 Dec 2019
It depends on your income and budget at the moment. But if you in the end decide to ramp up your insurance coverage, might be good to take a look at good CI (that covers ECI, please) plans as I feel personally, your current coverage is insufficient.
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Lifestyle

Shopping

What's something you splurged on and instantly regretted?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 27 Dec 2019
Online shopping. Especially this period when all ecommerce platforms are luring with sales......
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Career

SG Budget Babe

Salary

Salary is quite a sensitive topic amongst colleagues. Should you actually share and reveal to your colleagues?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 27 Dec 2019
Try not to.. You don't know who you can really trust in the workplace. Might lead to unnecessary problems. Keep it to yourself!
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Career

Education

SG Budget Babe

How should I prepare for a job interview?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 19 Dec 2019
Research well about the company, what they are doing and currently up to and include your well-thought-of opinions about how they can strive even better, to give them an idea what you can bring to the table if you Are recruited. Come with confidence and preparation but no expectations. Dress well and smile! All the best.
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Lifestyle

What's your favourite meal?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
Steak and mala, but not together.
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Lifestyle

Grab

What do you all use your Grab points on?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
Same here! I usually use it to offset my grab rides (I don't grab much... cos I'm saving money, but if I really need to ex. to go to airport, I will use my points).
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Lifestyle

General

Savings Accounts

I frequently pay for my friend's meals because I have cash float. Is there a better way to track who I have been lending it to (so that I can get my money back too)?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
Use Splitwise! Everytime you lend them money, they will get notified and they can see how much in total they owe you. And max up your rewards accounts (credit cards, favepay, grabpay, shopback - whatever you can think of) to get the most out of it.
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Shopping

Lifestyle

What is the minimum amount you need in your ShopBack account to withdraw all your cashback?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
$10 but I personally withdraw later when the sum is bigger, such as $50, just to increase the satisfactory feeling.
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SG Budget Babe

Lifestyle

Education

What are some ways to hustle for students?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
If you are from NTU, they have a thing called 'Work Study Scheme' or WSS, where you can find a list of available part time jobs, mostly in campus. Some are regular basis, some are events/occassional basis. Depending on your choice! Hope this helps!
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Savings

Family

Lifestyle

General

SG Budget Babe

This question is for parents. Do you plan to receive monthly allowance from your kids when they start work? Or will this practice become increasingly uncommon?
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Nindya Azelia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
Personally, I won't be expecting my kids to provide me with a regular monthly allowance when they start work. Once a while give me 'pocket money' is fine, but I just feel that expecting them to do so on a monthly basis will somehow hold them back from achieving their own goals (saving for their own house, wedding, starting a family, etc) with a long future ahead of them. I feel that preparing a sufficient retirement plan is our own responsibility, at least for the most of it. Some people would argue that 'your parents take care of you so long, now you need to take care of them'. I am ok with providing for my parents later when they are older, because I know they still happen to have this mindset and thus did minimal effort to prepare for their own retirement. However, I just feel personally I should not expect anything from my children. My responsibility is to raise them well, and their responsibility is to relay this and raise their own children well in the future to 'pay' me off.
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