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What do you spend your money on that most people would say is "not worth the money"?

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    • Eveline Lau
      Eveline Lau
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      Answered on 17 Jan 2019
      1. Gym membership.

      People tell me to just go running because it’s free but I don’t like to run; at the same time I want be fit. In a way, the money spent motivates me to attend classes every day so that I can inch towards my fitness goals.

      1. Master’s degree

      It’s damn tiring to do a part-time degree on top of a full-time job. The paper qualification doesn’t add as much value to a Bachelor’s degree compared to a Bachelor’s degree‘s added value to a diploma. But the knowledge learned benefited me in other ways.

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    • HC Tang
      HC Tang, Financial Enthusiast, Budgeting at The Society
      374 Answers, 896 Upvotes
      Answered on 17 Jan 2019


      Due to working in tech line and it provides more of our daily services such as information , research, transport information, contact and communications, reminders, planners, capturing moments, photograhy, social and contact with SB and Seedly etcs.. learnings etc.

      I also got it with subsidized rate, so I won't be overspending to much that does not justify for the cost of the above purposes.

      However, it is truly "not worth the $" for some due to lessor usage / purposes.

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    Jonathan Chia Guangrong
    Jonathan Chia Guangrong, Fund Manager at JCG Fund

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    382 Answers, 541 Upvotes
    17 Jan 2019

    Anime figurines, EOL Lego, high end portable audio gear.

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