Saving $100k by 30 years old?

Perhaps you’ve read Saving $100K by 30 Years Old… Is It Even Possible? A lengthy read but worthy to know that it’s possible. But here are my thoughts: In all honesty, one would probably save like this when he plans to get married. Bootstrap to save 50% of take-home income. And most of that savingsContinue reading “Saving $100k by 30 years old?”

What is the best long term advice for newly-wed couple?

The following is my answer to a Quora question: “What is the best long term financial advice for a newly-wed couple?” A lot of marriages flounder because of fights about money. Therefore, have a financial plan, make budgets and keep to them. Put money aside in a separate account for investment, and wealth creation. ThatContinue reading “What is the best long term advice for newly-wed couple?”

4 Lessons on Personal Finance from Covid-19

Perhaps you’ve read 4 Key Lessons That COVID-19 Has Taught Me About Personal Finance. They are: Always set aside Emergency savings. Diversify income streams and skill sets. Get suitable and sufficient insurance coverage. Prepare your Will and complete your Nominations. Here I’ll share additional comments and thoughts on the 4 lessons. 1. Always set asideContinue reading “4 Lessons on Personal Finance from Covid-19”

There’s nothing wrong to take a loan.. but..

Did the title catch your attention? I know it did when I first saw it appear on my Facebook newsfeed. I hope you didn’t miss out the end part “first, ask yourself these 5 questions”. What are they? Can you afford a repayment? Will a loan help you reach an essential goal? When will yourContinue reading “There’s nothing wrong to take a loan.. but..”

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