This blog is alive for a year. Thanks to your support. Without the ever growing readership and ad revenue, this website would have die off long time ago. Before I wish you a happy new year, here are the yearly review of all the important articles in different categories:

Personal Finance Books Review

Estate Planning

Insurance Planning

Great Eastern Life Assurance

Wealth Accumulation / Investment

Unit Trust Investment

Real Estate Investments

Time Value of Money Tutorials

Mortgage

Wealth Management

Financial Planners

The 4-hour Workweek Series

It has been a great year for me. I wish you a prosperous new year ahead!
Happy New YEAR!!!


KCLau
KCLau

Personal finance author and trainer

    12 replies to "Personal Finance Articles Yearly Roundup"

    • Lee

      Hi, I am holding a investment linked plan since YR2001. Since Yr2001 until now, the above policy have accumulated no of units. And I am planning to sell the unit accumulated and leave the min units required in order for my policy not to lapse.

      1) Is there any effect on my policy other than I may need to paid the premium for longer period.

      2) If I used the cash received to buy units trust, I may can received distribution from the unit invested as compare to I leave my accumulated units in the policy which only in capital appreciation , am I right?

      thanks for your advice
      Lee

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    • Yu

      hi, i cant download the ebook. can you send to me via email? my email is sy.fan@sem.sharp-world.com. thank you.

      • KCLau

        I had sent the ebook to you via email

    • Lee

      Hi, would like to check what is the different between ING – Income Plan with GE – Income Plan? As I heard from people saying that Ing plan give interest 10++% per annum, it is true. Thanks.

      Lee

      • KCLau

        @ Lee,

        I can’t believe that an income plan provided by insurance company will give more than 10% return p.a. I am talking about effective annual rate, that is comparable to FD 3.7%.
        Normally, this kind of plan gives an average of 5% p.a.

    • J. Thomson

      A bit late, but thank you for the compilation of websites!

      Unfortunately I’m not yet personally in the need for “wealth management”, as I’m still struggling with some CC debts (it’s looking way better than a year ago, though…). I have personally had use for various calculators, as I’m not too keen with maths. Maybe http://www.mortgageloan.com/calculator/ or similar would fit into next years list.

      Do you have any similar resource list with debt-related advice?

    • Dividends4Life

      Wow, that is a comprehensive list of articles. Thanks for pulling them together and sharing the links.

      Best Wishes,
      D4L

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