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Today 03:16 PM
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share ur fking linkedin profile then

if not youre bsing

fking BS everywhere, this forum is trash
Why are you so aggressive? Does it hurt you whether the person is lying or telling the truth?
Today 03:09 PM
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I mean, feel free to ask any questions, but I'm definitely not fabricating. Just sharing off-topic of this thread.

I work for a big MNC, so those salaries are very very common.
share ur fking linkedin profile then

if not youre bsing

fking BS everywhere, this forum is trash
Today 03:03 PM
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I mean, feel free to ask any questions, but I'm definitely not fabricating. Just sharing off-topic of this thread.

I work for a big MNC, so those salaries are very very common.
What company? What role? LinkedIn account?
Today 02:46 PM
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Brilliant move. We are both also retiring soon after collecting our CPF at age 55. Our condominium unit is already fully paid. What we need is cash to sustain us from age 57 (our planned retirement age) to age 65 after which we will receive a monthly payout of $4000. If we need $3k pm (or $36k pa) from 57 to 65, the total cash we need will be about $288k. I think we should have $300k cash at 57.
You donít need so much in retirement if you live a modest lifestyle

Retirement monthly expenses for retired couple
- Food and groceries = $700
- Utilities, wifi and mobile = $350
- Public transportation = $200
- Medical insurance = $600
- Miscellaneous = $150
- Total = $2000
Today 12:49 PM
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YoE : 25 years ex-SAF general
TC: 1+ million dollars
Special skills: Yes men to everything like SAF has taught me

Life is good indeed
Today 12:44 PM
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Tech, 18
YoE: 1/2
TC: 999k
Finance, 31
YoE : 4
TC: 75k.
Today 12:41 PM
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Cool story

I mean, feel free to ask any questions, but I'm definitely not fabricating. Just sharing off-topic of this thread.

I work for a big MNC, so those salaries are very very common.
Today 12:35 PM
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this forum ****ing needs registered users and not dumbass bots who post BS stories
Tech, 18
YoE: 1/2
TC: 999k
Today 12:34 PM
Unregistered this forum ****ing needs registered users and not dumbass bots who post BS stories
Today 12:00 PM
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Tech, 25
YoE: 3.5
TC: 151k
Cool story
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