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Old 04-04-2021, 07:19 PM
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What is your working hours like? 9 to 5? Weekends need to work?
100 hour work week bro



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Old 04-04-2021, 07:49 PM
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1.2m per annum including stock options

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Old 04-04-2021, 09:35 PM
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you should try it. not easy either in FAANG. at least pay is more
How you get into FAANG as legal? What field?

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Old 05-04-2021, 04:40 AM
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is there P1/P2/P3/P4/P5 grade in stat board? how does they differ to the mx grades?
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Retiring at 55 is wonderful. By then you would be able to collect your CPF after setting aside for your Retirement account. If your home is debt free, then you have a big burden off your mind. Assuming you don't drive, drink or smoke, your monthly expenses is not high. You can cook simple healthy meals and exercise everyday. You can live a long life.


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Just turned 55. Decided to retire. I have $200k cash to spend over the next 10 years. My small flat is paid up. Iím a simple guy who just need $1.5k pm. When I reach 65, my CPF Life will pay me $2k pm. Iím tired of working so I decided to retire early. Actually not so early. I know people who retired earlier. I think there are high flyers in this forum who retired at 45.
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I am 30 years old, local poly diploma holder only. Have been a freelance personal trainer since I came out from NS. Based off 2017-2020 data, Iím pulling in an average of $60k/annum. Net worth is about $400k of which 80% are in individual stocks. Considering to put most funds into an all-world index fund to reduce volatility, donít know if that will be a better idea. Do not own car or HDB flat. Given the career lifespan of a personal trainer, I am worried about retirement. Hoping to achieve $1m by 45-50 years old with a fully paid off 3-4RM HDB flat not costing more than $300-350k after grants. Donít intend to retire fully and shake leg at home as I enjoy what I do, so will continue to take on some clients or work part time at a gym as semi-retiree. Just feeling anxious if Iíll get there.

Also considering whether I should take a degree to increase my future earnings potential and extending my career runway. Iím not the best at academics, and might not do as well as if like. So Iím thinking if this opportunity cost is one which is worth taking, especially with a drop in current earnings + school fees + starting as a fresh grad at 34-35. Do employers even look at resumes of those older fresh grad who has only freelanced (a lot of them donít consider it as work experience or even a proper job). Got rejected by SIT and NTU in 2020 intake.
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100 hour work week bro
Should have studied com sci bro. Me and my SWE homies at citadel and hrt make >20k excluding bonus. 55-60 hrs per week. But IB ez af la, excel only. At hedge fund technology, we de eith cutting edge tech to improve latency etc
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Should have studied com sci bro. Me and my SWE homies at citadel and hrt make >20k excluding bonus. 55-60 hrs per week. But IB ez af la, excel only. At hedge fund technology, we de eith cutting edge tech to improve latency etc
Csb bro. Then why u here?
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Just turned 55. Decided to retire. I have $200k cash to spend over the next 10 years. My small flat is paid up. Iím a simple guy who just need $1.5k pm. When I reach 65, my CPF Life will pay me $2k pm. Iím tired of working so I decided to retire early. Actually not so early. I know people who retired earlier. I think there are high flyers in this forum who retired at 45.
You made the decision to retire at 55. There are people who died at 60 or even in their 50s. Cannot enjoy a single day of retirement. Since youíre are financially free since you no longer need a job to sustain yourself, then it is wise to retire since you can.

There are those who already have a lot but greedy. They suddenly died before 65.
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You made the decision to retire at 55. There are people who died at 60 or even in their 50s. Cannot enjoy a single day of retirement. Since youíre are financially free since you no longer need a job to sustain yourself, then it is wise to retire since you can.

There are those who already have a lot but greedy. They suddenly died before 65.
You should enjoy life everyday throughout your life la.
It's such an odd concept that you can onlh enjoy life after you retired.

When you are young and able bodied, you should do things.
Not wait until 60s then only enjoy life.

Weird concept.

Enjoy life don't need money.
Best things in life are free.
Those that you have to pay. You're funding the other person retirement...
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