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Old 08-05-2021, 02:48 PM
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Don't be so dumb. Unless you're born with a silver spoon with lots of cash to migrate before you're 18, you can do that. How else do you expect someone to relinquish his citizenship and leave Singapore before 18 to do NS? The Singapore government isn't so stupid to let you exploit this "loophole". Nevertheless, in the process now of applying to leave. Still, 2 years was already wasted.
So are you sayimg that all Singaporean males earn less than females or just you? Statistics show that males on average still out earn women in Singapore despite 2 year NS. Just because you behkan you blame NS?

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Old 08-05-2021, 08:51 PM
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i am 50 yo this year, same as my wife.

in 5 years time we hope to retire with 4 pillars of passive income.. excluding the paid up private property & paid up car that we have now.

$1m property
$1m CPF & to CPFlife
$1m stocks & REITS
$1m cash, FD, bonds etc

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Old 21-05-2021, 12:18 PM
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So are you sayimg that all Singaporean males earn less than females or just you? Statistics show that males on average still out earn women in Singapore despite 2 year NS. Just because you behkan you blame NS?
So damn dumb seriously. Can't even catch the point. The point is men would be earning even more than they did now if not for NS! Nothing to do with whether men earn more than women or not lah.

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Old 21-05-2021, 12:19 PM
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then could be the chick more capable than u also lor... so salty for what.
no wonder falling behind others cos you only know how to whine, instead of doing something about it. liddat give u 20 years headstart also not enough
Lolol did I say I'm earning less than that woman? You're totally missing the point.
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Old 21-05-2021, 12:20 PM
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This is true. That guy better buck up. Do something instead of whining. Take success of others as a form of motivation and perspective.
Sure, leaving Singapore soon.
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Old 21-05-2021, 12:21 PM
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...how did my original post trigger this?

My first paycheck out of NUS was $2.6K.
For 6 years, I was drawing between $3K ~ $4K.
Hardly what you’d call a “head start”.

However, I’m an aggressive saver, and have been accumulating my net worth since I turned 18 by working PT jobs with long hours (and CPF!)
Surely you can give me some credit for that...
Sure you're an aggressive saver. But if you had to do NS, you wouldn't have an additional S$2.6k * 24 months = S$62,400 in your bank/CPF account. That's excluding AWS and VB.
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Old 21-05-2021, 12:24 PM
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So are you sayimg that all Singaporean males earn less than females or just you? Statistics show that males on average still out earn women in Singapore despite 2 year NS. Just because you behkan you blame NS?
Or just you? Or just you? Or is it just you who can't understand the point?
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Old 21-05-2021, 02:10 PM
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So damn dumb seriously. Can't even catch the point. The point is men would be earning even more than they did now if not for NS! Nothing to do with whether men earn more than women or not lah.
Wait. What makes you think you will earn more without NS? Just coz you got a c0ck and 2 balls?
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Old 21-05-2021, 03:17 PM
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Sure you're an aggressive saver. But if you had to do NS, you wouldn't have an additional S$2.6k * 24 months = S$62,400 in your bank/CPF account. That's excluding AWS and VB.
So... disregarding the fact that NS also pays an allowance, can I take it that your net worth at 31 (or 32 if you wanna factor in compounding effects) is equivalent to mine now at 29?

A little embarrassing for me to consider my net worth as “high” (it’s pathetic), but the salt in your responses seem to insinuate otherwise and is rather flattering. Thanks bro!
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Old 21-05-2021, 03:48 PM
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Lolol did I say I'm earning less than that woman? You're totally missing the point.
Ok pat pat, either way I’m sorry my post triggered you.

Since you’re making more, just live and let live alright? After all I’m just a low wage slave.
If I’ve mistakenly assumed that you’re making more, I hope from my bottom of my heart that life becomes better for you in the foreign land you’re headed.

Up only! <3
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