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Old 10-01-2022, 10:40 AM
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Why settle for a mediocre wife? Divorce/annul and marry a high flyer instead.

In Singapore your total household income is 100% proportional to your life satisfaction and quality of life. Why settle for HDB when condo can provide a boost to your happiness levels?
Or landed property

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the reality is your salary will not be anywhere decent for non patient fronting job. with a MBBS and some hospital experience, u dun bring much to the table.

hospital job is v sian cos start early , go back face the same shittt patient say after day , weekend burnt, do calls and not getting anywhere as a non trainee mo.


you better off locum 2 to 3 days a week. chiong 800 to 1.2k a day. then take the remaining 4 days off. quote comfortable 8 to 10k per mth doing 3 days of work a week.
do for half a year , find urself a bit.
how I wish my wife is a high flyer. I quit my soul searing polyclinic job and locum like above.
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if im just going to start with no lobang or contacts yet, is locum sg good

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Why settle for a mediocre wife? Divorce/annul and marry a high flyer instead.

In Singapore your total household income is 100% proportional to your life satisfaction and quality of life. Why settle for HDB when condo can provide a boost to your happiness levels?
get lost and go sukc your own cork, you troll?

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What is a realistic household income needed to afford a bungalow and a decent lifestyle in Singapore?
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What is a realistic household income needed to afford a bungalow and a decent lifestyle in Singapore?
FM residents will tell you all you need is a FM mmed and you made it in life. Who needs a bungalow when you can live in a big landed polyclinic? True story.
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FM residents will tell you all you need is a FM mmed and you made it in life. Who needs a bungalow when you can live in a big landed polyclinic? True story.
My wife and I are young professional couple and make a combined income of approximately 700k per year, but wondering if a bungalow is realistic at this point. We have around 500k combined savings, and no other assets.
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My wife and I are young professional couple and make a combined income of approximately 700k per year, but wondering if a bungalow is realistic at this point. We have around 500k combined savings, and no other assets.
Bro you want to troll also go troll the bankers forum or the how much is your annual pay forum, why disturb our poor healthcare workers when they are already sacrificing so much for us during covid? Nothing in your hypothetical situation makes any sense.
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FM residents will tell you all you need is a FM mmed and you made it in life. Who needs a bungalow when you can live in a big landed polyclinic? True story.
the grapes is really sour in this one.
are u the 'gs resident'?
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FM residents will tell you all you need is a FM mmed and you made it in life. Who needs a bungalow when you can live in a big landed polyclinic? True story.
so funny... why u so bitter? hahaha
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Old 11-01-2022, 11:38 PM
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My wife and I are young professional couple and make a combined income of approximately 700k per year, but wondering if a bungalow is realistic at this point. We have around 500k combined savings, and no other assets.
Wow. Envious. As a FM can never hit that kind of annual income. What kind of professionals are you guys? Lawyers for Banks?
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