Investments and Savings

By the time you are 30, marriage plans, having a child and paying for a home loan all require careful financial planning.
The Chinese spring festival can mean different things to different people. For some, it is chance to share some of the prosperity they have accumulated over the year by distributing it to the young in the form of red packets. -ST
This is the second of a three-part series on changes to the Central Provident Fund (CPF) that kicked in on Jan 1. -TNP
It is simply about getting more than your money's worth - and it can be applied to almost anything in the world. -The Fifth Person
As a Singaporean, your 20s signal your first step towards adulthood, it's a time of great excitement and anxiety as well.
Close to half of indebted investors in Singapore owe S$10,000 or more, and 44 per cent expect to take longer than one-and-a-half years to clear their debt. -The Business Times
Creating a monthly budget forces you to examine your current expenses, since you now need to record every cent you spend. -MoneySmart
Each couple has to decide which method to manage their finances best suits their preferences and situation.
Two polls conducted by The Sunday Times Invest with DBS Bank looked at both options. -ST
This is the second part of our year-long Save & Invest Portfolio Series, where The Sunday Times will feature the simulated portfolios of three real retail investors. -ST