Investments and Savings

Here are some DIY courses that can help reduce the cost of living and make you a more self-reliant person. -MoneySmart
Instead of splurging your NS pay, here are five constructive things you can do with it. -MoneySmart
Maintaining an emergency fund is the very least you can do, because it's the one thing that can save you from falling into debt or finding yourself out on the streets if something unfortunate should happen. -MoneySmart
While you definitely need to figure out how to make ends meet, in the interim, tackle your bills in this order to minimise damage. -MoneySmart
Since most of you would already have heard the news, here's some food for thought to consider before running to the nearest OCBC branch to angrily cancel your account and rage quit the bank. -MoneySmart
While most people are trying to figure out how to make it to 80 without going bankrupt, here is a couple who retired at age 62 with US$2m today they have just over US$4m 20 years later. -Wiser Wealth
When you play a video game, you win points, compete against other players, try to beat a high score or try to complete a mission. Here are some ways you can make saving money feel the same… well, almost. -MoneySmart
Here are some signs you're succeeding already, whatever they say. -MoneySmart
Putting aside money for a rainy day is not only important, but an imperative. -MoneySmart
Before you mistakenly set yourself on a course for financial disaster, read about the 3 money myths you should avoid at all costs. -MoneySmart

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