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Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated 6d ago
Nope, change the access code in OCBC mobile app and I re-sync again to start a new tracking record.

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Answered 2w ago
I would say, put the amount that your father would want to save into CIMB Saving account. Leave the minimum and spending amount in POSB saving account for usage. So, he can monitor how much he spend monthly. On top of that, it is easier to draw out the money from POSB bank than CIMB bank.

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Updated on 18 Aug 2019
Would recommend using CIMB FastSaver instead of OCBC 360 account. The reasons are as follows: 1) OCBC requires you to credit your salary of at least S$2000 through GIRO. (Which your company provide your salary as cheque will not meet the requirement) 2) You need to increase your account balance by S$500 compared to the previous month then you are entitled to the Step-Up bonus. 3) If you are looking for pure saving without applying any credit card to spend at least S$500 to hit the minimum requirement. Then CIMB FastSaver is the right one to choose. You might want to check out using the Seedly saving account calculator and the best saving account to do your own diligence: https://seedly.sg/tools/savings-account-calculator https://www.google.com/amp/s/blog.seedly.sg/best-savings-accounts-singapore/amp/

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Answered on 22 Jul 2019
Send me an email I can provide u the referral info. [email protected]

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 05 Jul 2019
Ocbc banking app can also pay credit cards bills. Not only DBS.

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Answered on 28 Jun 2019
Yes, it is a purchase. You can go under investment category and turn on ignore transaction if you don't wish to count it as an expense. For me I treat it as an investment with cash value be it positive or negative return.

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Answered on 26 Jun 2019
Two bank accounts OCBC 360 and OCBC 365. Normally I will use my OCBC 365 for my expenses to receive cashback while I spend. While salary will credit to my OCBC 360 account to receive interest. On top of that, I created an CIMB account for my emergency fund to in case any financial crisis.

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Answered on 26 May 2019
You might want to check with RC to see whether is there any bazaar organize by them to sell away used clothes. If I recall Sembawang and Khatib there sometime they will organize those bazaar for people to sell away used stuff.

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 14 May 2019
Not too much advice we can provide tho. As Gabriel mentioned he can venture out as he is young. He might want to take up some skill set while getting a decent pay by taking skillfuture earn and learn program. Which allow him to study for 1 year while working with company. If he is interested in investing for current earning $1,500 situation. He should set a side 9 month of salary for emergency fund and I would suggest to put this fund to CIMB bank with 1% PA interest without any spend or GIRO bill requirement. He can even put the fund in SSB untouch to earn higher interest per year. Then he can thought about investing and do some research. For myself I start investing on STI ETF early 30. This is just a suggestion to take.
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