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12-01-2019 10:54 PM
Unregistered
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Except for cpf the rest is believable.
Wow u started working at 18 ah with a starting pay of 6k and 5months annual bonus. And got the maximum for cpf contribution year after year.
Sorry made a small error. See below for the correct breakdown. I lumped my SRS to CPF.

I did start working at 18 and I do OA transfer to SA, top up to SA and MA.

Cheers.

29yo Male, Single, No property, One car (fully paid)

Global Stocks: $105k
Local Stocks: $40k
Local Bonds: $90k
Cash: $150k
CPF: $290k
SRS: $15k

Total: $690k
12-01-2019 08:38 PM
lazyplane
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Except for cpf the rest is believable.
Wow u started working at 18 ah with a starting pay of 6k and 5months annual bonus. And got the maximum for cpf contribution year after year.
No .. he has a rich parents that contributed to his wealth. He didnt say he earned it.
12-01-2019 03:00 PM
Unregistered
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
29yo Male, Single, No property, One car (fully paid)

Global Stocks: $105k
Local Stocks: $40k
Local Bonds: $90k
Cash: $150k
CPF: $304k

Total: $690k
Except for cpf the rest is believable.
Wow u started working at 18 ah with a starting pay of 6k and 5months annual bonus. And got the maximum for cpf contribution year after year.
12-01-2019 01:35 PM
Unregistered 29yo Male, Single, No property, One car (fully paid)

Global Stocks: $105k
Local Stocks: $40k
Local Bonds: $90k
Cash: $150k
CPF: $304k

Total: $690k
07-01-2019 03:58 PM
sashabenet I'm telling you that the methods of teaching of xxx were just awesome. They do step-by-step coaching, along with a clear explanation. Before this, I don't know about market setup/trading. But now after the course, I can do the setup with so much confidence in my hand!.
09-12-2018 10:40 AM
Unregistered
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42yo single
Cash 501k
Cpf 405k
No house, no car, no women,
Riding bicycle to work daily, eat cai png. Live simple
Updated status
Cash and cpf 1.09 million, cash in esaver earning interest about $940 per month.
No house, no car, no women,
Riding bicycle to work daily, eat cai png. Live simple
05-12-2018 10:46 AM
Alexxx 30 yr old male single
Full time income 60k per annum
Side line hustle 40k per annum
Passive income 12k per annum
Cpf OA 120k
Liquid cash plus investments 400k
26-10-2018 10:03 AM
WhatYouSave We’re 36 and 37, married for 12 yrs blessed with 3 kids ages 10, 7, 4


CPF: 200k
Investment: 200k
Bond: 480k
Property: house $4,3 mil & condo $2,6 mil (rented out)

Loan: $1,7 mil & 1,5 mil condo

We own a business and worked very hard, live frugally (takes mrt and bus when we’re not under time constraint), we spend more for family vacation twice a year. Dont have any expensive hobbies either. Eat out once a week. We’re fortunate that we have our parents support us financially when we started out our business.
20-10-2018 06:52 PM
Unregistered
Crazy

"""""Combined cash and stocks is $4.5 million. Couple in mid 40s. HDB fully paid and one condo with loan of $500k outstanding."""

Whats the point of so much $$ to stay in A HDB
15-10-2018 07:47 PM
Ripleybelieveornot CPF: $130000+
Bond: $30000
Cash: $80000+
Shares: $200000+
Property: $800000

Mortgage: $500000

Single @ 36
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