Oh, adulting! It comes in a slate of responsibilities thrown at a person all at the same time. To survive the challenges of life, one must establish a healthy savings plan. Long-term savings include having an insurance policy, a good credit score, and an emergency fund. Many people grow their savings thru investing. Investing is an overwhelming idea for many Singaporeans as they perceive it to be expensive. Few people outside the financial industry have thought of investing their money
Tackle your busy life while earning money on the side by investing your money. Let your money work for you to achieve the future you have always dreamed of. Renowned investor Warren Buffett defines investing as the “the process of laying out money now to receive more money in the future.” To start investing, you must know what is a stock is first. WHAT IS A STOCK? Whether you call it security or equity, a share of stock is a
As I receive my annual bank statements and credit card summaries, I realize how my financial year went by. January is a fantastic time to review your financial strengths and weaknesses. Where did you fall short? Not only is it a good way to reflect on your spending habits, but it is also a good way to craft your financial goals. Use your year-end resources to establish your financial resolutions for the year 2020! 1: IDENTIFY YOUR FINANCIAL GOALS Several
Sourcing funds as a startup business is not as easy as it seems. Focus on making sure that you set realistic and achievable goals with the help of the following schemes and grants. #1: ANGEL INVESTORS Believe it or not, angels are among us. These “angels” let startups and small businesses fly by providing necessary funds. Angel Investors invest money to said businesses at their seed stage despite having no proven success in their business model. In Singapore, here are
Many Singaporeans think that should accumulate a significant amount of wealth before investing in the stock market. Well, let me prove you wrong! You can start investing with as little as S$100. This seemingly low amount has three investment options. Choose wisely! OPTION #1: REGULAR SHARES SAVINGS (RSS) Regular Shares Savings plans (RSS) are also called monthly investment plans. Your mere S$100 can turn into a stock on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) as long as you commit to it monthly.