Investments and Savings

Joint accounts can be incredibly convenient for couples, but things can go sour if either party lacks discipline, has terrible spending habits or isn't entirely truthful.
If you're serious about changing your spending patterns, not just this month but for life (or at least until you strike Toto), you need to change your entire perspective on who you are, how you behave and how you think about money. -MoneySmart
You would have been better off if you had invested with your heart than with your head last year. -BT
But as an adult, the consequences of being forgetful are far worse-they can cost you your hard-earned cash. Here are six ways forgetfulness gets expensive in Singapore. - MoneySmart
For most of us, buying our first stock can be a daunting task and a confusing first time experience. -Vulcan Post
Whether or not to pay off your debt depends on what you owe, how much you owe and what your investment plans are. -The Fifth Person
Decide on your retirement lifestyle first to have an idea of how much you need to spend your sunset years purposefully. -ST
Post-Secondary Education Account can be a big help, but don’t bank on it as sole solution. -ST
Here are four things that might actually go some way towards convincing the brightest Singaporeans to pick entrepreneurship. - MoneySmart