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Old 30-07-2015, 04:35 PM
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High income couple, 57 & 55 yo, makes $600k pa combined. We save $400k pa.

Our expense items are home mortgage, car installment and expenses, household expenses, parental allowance, children's expenses, holidays once a month, eating out, taxes, insurance, etc.

Home is a bungalow bought in 2003 for $2.1m with outstanding mortgage of $300k left.

Other assets (stocks, cash, CPF) $5m in total. Total net worth $13m.

Do you think we are managing our finances well?

We want to retire in 3 years time. Possible?
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Middle income couple, 47 & 45 yo, makes $184k pa combined. We save $45k pa.

Our expense items are home mortgage, car instalment and expenses, household expenses, parental allowance, children's expenses, holidays twice a year, eating out, taxes, insurance, etc.

Home is a condo bought in 2013 for $1.1m with outstanding mortgage of $300k left.

Other assets (stocks, cash, CPF) $500k in total. Total net worth $1.3m.

Do you think we are managing our finances well?

We want to retire in 10 years time. Possible?

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Low income couple, 25 & 25 yo, makes $54k pa combined. We save $5k pa.

Our expense items are home rental, MRT transport and expenses, household expenses, parental allowance, self improvement expenses, holidays once a year to Malaysia, eating home cook, taxes, insurance, etc.

Other assets (stocks, cash, CPF) $10k in total. Total net worth $10k.

Do you think we are managing our finances well?

We want to retire in 40 years time. Possible?

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Old 31-07-2015, 08:38 AM
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You have done well. All the best for your retirement in the next 5 years.
Can you share your financial profile? Where you stay, your assets, your combined net worth with your wife, expected net worth when you're 50, amount of passive income, etc?
Both me& wife are mid 40s.
Monthly household take home $25k/mth... About equally split
Paid up condo $1.2m paid up new car 1 yr
2 teenage boys.
Cpf+avail cash+insurance surrender value $1.5m

Looks good income on paper but very stressful life
Both of us in fact thinking of slowing down to a lighter role and spend more time with family

Started looking around for new jobs...
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just booked my new car last evening before the agent say they are going to increase $2k across the board. looks like the COE will stay around this level. better book now before the government decide to clamp down the COE quota to keep for the famine years.
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just booked my new car last evening before the agent say they are going to increase $2k across the board. looks like the COE will stay around this level. better book now before the government decide to clamp down the COE quota to keep for the famine years.
Will COE reach $10k? I want to buy a new car for my son for his 21st birthday.
Please advise. Thanks.
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Old 01-08-2015, 04:27 PM
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You both have achieved a high net worth. It is time for you to reflect on your life's priorities. You have no more debt and you are rich. No point earning so much but you both feel misarable. Both of you can look for new jobs which are not so stressful. As long as you can earn a household income of $100k pa, you are ok since you are debt free. Live a good life. Better to have a lower income but a happy life than a high income but miserable life. All the best.


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Both me& wife are mid 40s.
Monthly household take home $25k/mth... About equally split
Paid up condo $1.2m paid up new car 1 yr
2 teenage boys.
Cpf+avail cash+insurance surrender value $1.5m

Looks good income on paper but very stressful life
Both of us in fact thinking of slowing down to a lighter role and spend more time with family

Started looking around for new jobs...


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39 year old single male

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- Master and PhD from US (Engineering)
- Executive MBA from UK

Earn SGD 385K per annum.

Owns a 5 room HDB house and a 2nd hand car.
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