“I don’t make enough money.” This could be the most common reason people find it challenging to save up some substantial money. If this is you, please stay on and let me help you unveil some blind spots. When you strive hard to increase your income, you will have to take care of the “savings” side and integrate it into your lifestyle and habits. So if you can save money when you are not making much, I am sure you will be able to save much more when you are actually making more! Let’s get to understand the blind spots and how to tackle them.
Paying taxes is hardly a pleasant experience but here it is again – the tax filing season. If you are like me, I lamented on what I should have done
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Have you ever stop to think back on who taught you to save money? Is it a self-learned habit? Perhaps your parents were the one to instill this habit when you were young?
Here is a question I received from Liew: Do you sell unit trust? If got, any proposal for a student? How to buy unit trust funds? There are several channels to invest in
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â€˜To buy or not to buy?â€™, that is the question. How to stop yourself from spending that money? I believe everyone has faced this dilemma before. Whether it is to purchase an expensive item like that new SUV, designer handbag or even a small trivial item like a tub of ice-cream.
I have a very long list of payees who get my money every month. I bet that you have a quite similar list and probably contains more items. But did you neglect the most important payee who should receive your money regularly?