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Asked on 09 Dec 2020

Hello Dora! I've just started working for a couple of years and am in my mid-20s. Want to start investing but don't know much about it. In your opinion, when is the best time to start investing?

Is there ever a best time for investing?

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When you’re young and have little dependents or commitments, it’s the best time to invest. But do so prudently and always best to ensure that one has spare cash for a rainy day. The 60/40 rule (invest 60% and keep 40% in cash) is not a bad one for the young.

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11 Dec 2020

What do you think about Seedly's 50/30/20 rule? 50% expenses, 30 investments, 20% savings

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