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Old 07-12-2015, 09:27 AM
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Thanks. Yes I retired young because I worked very hard during my younger days. I was very ambitious and climbed my career ladder fast. I was a high flyer. When I reached my early 40s, I realized I was working too hard till I neglected my loved ones and my health. I decided this was not a life I wanted and so decided to refocus my life to a more meaningful one. Since I already earned, saved and invested a lot, I was able to quit the rat race. Now I am 300% happier than my previous corporate life.
Please adhere to the topic of this thread, which is about how much you make.

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Luckily you realised your mistakes early before it was too late. No amount of money is worth the value of a happy family and a good health. What's the point of having millions but you are not happy because of unhappy relationships with your family or if you are sickly. Life is lousy like that. So many people are fooled into thinking that money solves every problem. The pursuit of money without due consideration of other more critical things in life will surely lead to ultimate failure in life. Only the wise people truly understand the true meaning of life.
Go and start a church if you want to preach. This thread is about how much you make.

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Old 07-12-2015, 09:31 AM
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Hah why am I not surprised, 5 mins of your time to back YOUR OWN words is something you can't do? Lets make it easy for you one more chance to prove you're not a pussy (this task no editing needed). Log into your tax portal and click on the below and show me where on that screen does it say IC number and NAV as per your claim below. (2nd chance to back your own words)

- View My Property Portfolio/Change mailing address

The only titles I can see are Property Description, Property Tax Reference Number, Annual Value, Tax Balance. (Hint: Annual value is not NAV, its annual value of estimated rental income)

Or maybe your some super high net-worth chap got more details than the average man

I'll give you the benefit of doubt and assume you're not either Mr superiority or the Mr Pussy until proven otherwise.

Firstly I have no desire to be treated seriously on this thread anyway, I come here to poke fun at people with inflated egos or just a have a good laugh

Secondly my initial exchanges with anyone usually starts off civil playing along on their fantasy world about making their cash. However once I post evidence which they can't seem to prove as fake they start calling calling you dense and what not. They are Pussies lah through and through. Maybe you're very civil about treating cowards who accuse you with no evidence but I am not. If I were that easy how to make money?

Btw explain me this who do you want exactly to treat you seriously? Would it be the Unregistered guy who posted the day before or the Unregistered guy that posted this morning or the Unregistered guy that posted this evening?

IMO anyone who wants to be treated seriously on this thread is a IMH patient so I hope for your sake you're not one of them.
Fark off to the networth thread if you want to show off your properties. This thread is about how much you make, wanker.

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Old 07-12-2015, 10:03 AM
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Associate Team Director - Sales & Purchase
200k pa
Own: Duxton Pinnacle - best investment bought @ 500k current valuation 900k
Education: ITE
PropNex fastest closer, GTA Cantonment

My achievement is to tell people that even if you do not do well in school, you still can make it to the upper level. Just do not give up - confidence in self is the most important.
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Old 07-12-2015, 10:32 AM
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Associate Team Director - Sales & Purchase
200k pa
Own: Duxton Pinnacle - best investment bought @ 500k current valuation 900k
Education: ITE
PropNex fastest closer, GTA Cantonment

My achievement is to tell people that even if you do not do well in school, you still can make it to the upper level. Just do not give up - confidence in self is the most important.
ITE used to mean It's the end.

Apparently you have disproved it.
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Old 07-12-2015, 01:53 PM
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ITE used to mean It's the end.

Apparently you have disproved it.
You are right. At first it was not easy, with ITE not much option. So I sign on saf 7 year. Then they stop renewal so I try Propnex powerful negotiator team.

Now earning 3x-6x my old pay. If I noe early I will join immediately
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Old 07-12-2015, 02:01 PM
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Our household income (husband & wife) is $200k pa. Our home is a 3 bedder condominium unit worth $950k. Our car is a small car. We are 47 & 45 years old with two kids. We invest in stocks. Including our condo, stocks, cash and CPF, our total net worth is $1.5m. We still have some loans. How do we fare? Anyone here have similar profile and how are you doing financially?
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Our household income (husband & wife) is $200k pa. Our home is a 3 bedder condominium unit worth $950k. Our car is a small car. We are 47 & 45 years old with two kids. We invest in stocks. Including our condo, stocks, cash and CPF, our total net worth is $1.5m. We still have some loans. How do we fare? Anyone here have similar profile and how are you doing financially?
we have similar profile and can share with you. Our HH income is about $400k pa. Our condo is a 3 bedder work $1.5M. Our car is a 1 year old large car. We are both 45 with two kids. We also invest in stocks, unit trust, currency, bonds. Total networth $3M including our only residence. We do not have any outstanding loans. If I look around my peers, I think we are faring average only. Especially if I look at this forum, there are so many multi millionaire.
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Old 07-12-2015, 02:23 PM
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Draw $150k salary per year from own business. All household expenses, except condo mortgage, are paid by company as reimbursements. Car paid by company too.

Estimated about $600k-700k per annum all in. Who earns more than me here?
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Draw $150k salary per year from own business. All household expenses, except condo mortgage, are paid by company as reimbursements. Car paid by company too.

Estimated about $600k-700k per annum all in. Who earns more than me here?
Me. I earn $1m+ last year as an audit partner in a big 4 accountancy firm. I have been passive reading the posts here, but decided to chip in.
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