Singapore Saving Bonds (SSB)
Asked by Anonymous
Asked on 26 Jul 2018
Top Contributor (Sep)
You divide based on your 1. Family Plan 2. Asset purchase Plan 3. Retirements Plan
Not short changing the reply here but is good to think thru point 1 to point 3 to commit ur investment tt benefits u and not go against u.
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Hello there! You actually left out a very key criteria, your age and life stages (eg attached, getting married or planning to have a kid etc).
But I will take it as though you are single and thinking to grow your wealth over a longer period of time :)
It's a very good base to begin with actually, let's get that straight! Good on you :)
And to be honest, 3k of spare cash a month is very ideal actually.
If I were you I would do this... (But this is not a recommendation):
Hope this helps :) And if you have any questions, feel free to ask me in the comments section below!
31 Jul 2018