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Old 13-06-2016, 02:02 PM
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Default Don't buy from PI

Never buy from PI.

Those that guarantee COE but will only deliver when COE is down. If sudden uptrend, will fail to deliver.

Buy from Leng Kee AD. They are honest and will deliver even without guarantee COE.
Big AD has target to meet and revenue to answer shareholders.

Leng Kee AD crowded while PI showroom empty.


Huat Ah !!!!!!!


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If you need to buy a new car, go the car showrooms today. Go early as there will be crowds. COE prices are on an up trend. Buy with guaranteed COE.

Huat Ah !!!!!!!!

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On the contrary, I am the 35 year old high flyer who is enjoying working life. What is there to enjoy about retirement? A life without aim or purpose is no life at all. I feel sorry for the 50 year old "high flyer" who can only sit around on his sofa in his luxury condo all day with nothing to do. I wonder if he is simply waiting for his time to be up?

I will be purchasing a simple B&B car from Stuttgart. Crossovers are the latest trend so I will be getting the Macan. It is cheaper than the Cayenne yet perfect for my needs. Mindy will be letting me test drive tomorrow, hopefully it will be more than the car.
I was free after lunch so took a stroll past a few car showrooms at leng kee area. Saw a young chap drive past me in a white macan with blue plate hanging behind. He stop at the Stuttgart showroom and a sexy girl in a tight miniskirt came out from the passenger side too. Her skirt almost went too high... What a lucky guy!

After that I walked back towards redhill mrt to continue my job as a cleaner. I feel sad that I never study hard when young. Heng now got government support to help me go night classes to get diploma. Hope can increase my salary from 1.5k now to at least 2k.

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I was free after lunch so took a stroll past a few car showrooms at leng kee area. Saw a young chap drive past me in a white macan with blue plate hanging behind. He stop at the Stuttgart showroom and a sexy girl in a tight miniskirt came out from the passenger side too. Her skirt almost went too high... What a lucky guy!

After that I walked back towards redhill mrt to continue my job as a cleaner. I feel sad that I never study hard when young. Heng now got government support to help me go night classes to get diploma. Hope can increase my salary from 1.5k now to at least 2k.
The young chap is lucky to have a free ride with the sexy girl.

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I was free after lunch so took a stroll past a few car showrooms at leng kee area. Saw a young chap drive past me in a white macan with blue plate hanging behind. He stop at the Stuttgart showroom and a sexy girl in a tight miniskirt came out from the passenger side too. Her skirt almost went too high... What a lucky guy!

After that I walked back towards redhill mrt to continue my job as a cleaner. I feel sad that I never study hard when young. Heng now got government support to help me go night classes to get diploma. Hope can increase my salary from 1.5k now to at least 2k.
Your English is pretty good for a 'cleaner'.

The trolls are strong in here..........
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Old 14-06-2016, 10:59 AM
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Let me share my story and I hope there won't be any nasty jealous comments. Thank you.

I'm now 50 and retired. How is this possible? I was a high earner in the financial industry. I am also a good investor. I used my big bonuses to invest. I made millions of profit from buying and selling properties over the years.

Now, I earn passive income from my investments. Living comfortably in my luxury condo. Debt free too.

I hope my story will inspire people here to work in high paying industries and to learn how to invest. You need to earn high salary and big bonuses for you to accumulate enough capital to make big investments and you need to have good investment knowledge to invest successfully.
I totally get you. I am 35 and just cross over the million dollar line.(I know its slow. Don't flame me for being "poor". ) The more resources you have, the more doors are open to you. The more you are able to invest, the faster the rate of increment. I am a salary worker and I am earning more than my boss. When I look back, I can't believe I start out with only $2000 in my pocket.
Work hard, don't fall into the trap of a flashy life style, and use your money to earn more money.
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I totally get you. I am 35 and just cross over the million dollar line.(I know its slow. Don't flame me for being "poor". ) The more resources you have, the more doors are open to you. The more you are able to invest, the faster the rate of increment. I am a salary worker and I am earning more than my boss. When I look back, I can't believe I start out with only $2000 in my pocket.
Work hard, don't fall into the trap of a flashy life style, and use your money to earn more money.
Another guy who can't read. Those above 150k are not supposed to post their details here, don't be YA YA PAPAYA.
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Another guy who can't read. Those above 150k are not supposed to post their details here, don't be YA YA PAPAYA.
Is that for household income or individual income? I am earning 100k but combined with my wife we are earning 180k. Am I allowed to share my details here? I don't want to be accused of being a YA YA PAPAYA
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Old 14-06-2016, 12:42 PM
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What million dollar line did you cross? Annual pay? Total Networth?

What is your projected trajectory like? $2m by 55?

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I totally get you. I am 35 and just cross over the million dollar line.(I know its slow. Don't flame me for being "poor". ) The more resources you have, the more doors are open to you. The more you are able to invest, the faster the rate of increment. I am a salary worker and I am earning more than my boss. When I look back, I can't believe I start out with only $2000 in my pocket.
Work hard, don't fall into the trap of a flashy life style, and use your money to earn more money.
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Old 14-06-2016, 12:53 PM
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Default How accurate is the Annual Salary Comparison Tool in this site?

How accurate is the annual salary comparison tool in this site?

Just want to get a sense of where I am on the scale, but not sure whether zhun or not.
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Old 14-06-2016, 01:30 PM
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Think compare here better. Below is from IRAS filing for 2014 (see post #9773)

The below was obtained from IRAS:

For year ending 2014

Assessable Income. / No.of People
(Gross income less deductibles)

$1m and above / 4557
$500k to $1m / 14,757
$400k to $500k / 11,479
$300k to $400k / 24,268
$200k to $300k / 59,346
$150k to $200k / 70,315
$100k to $150k / 158,244
$80k to $100k / 120,538
$70k to $80k / 86,370
$60k to $70k / 115,089
$50k to $60k / 162,440
$40k to $50k / 224,042
$30k to $40k / 288,519
$25k to $30k / 136,256
$20k to $25k / 71,842
Below $20k - no tax.

Total no. of people : 1.548 m

so which percentile you belong to?


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How accurate is the annual salary comparison tool in this site?

Just want to get a sense of where I am on the scale, but not sure whether zhun or not.


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