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  • Losing weight and improving one’s finances are almost always at the top of most people’s lists of New Year’s resolutions. It makes sense to look out for your physical and financial health so you can enjoy life to the fullest. Following through on your resolutions is usually the tough part —...

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  • While retirement may not be on your mind currently as an entrepreneur, the sooner you start planning for this milestone, the better. Before anything else, you need to consider the ways that you will be able to  save for your retirement  while also keeping your business running today. So, what...

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  • As the end of the year approaches and investors begin to take stock of their savings, one consideration they may want to take into account is how they should allocate money across 401(k) and IRA plans. In a traditional, employer-sponsored 401(k) plan, employees can contribute tax-deferred money...

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  • There is a wealth of ways to invest your money, but let’s face it: you probably don’t have endless time to figure them all out. And with time at a premium, using energy to keep abreast of the ins and outs of your investment portfolio can seem impossible. Although Singaporeans are on average...

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  • How will I know when it's the right tie to retire? Is there a barometer that experts rely on to know when it's the right time to go?--B.K. I don't know of any generally recognized gauge or barometer for calling it a career, but I can tell you that the decision to retire definitely isn't just about...

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  • CHRISTMAS is approaching fast and the all too familiar feeling of pressure on our wallets is coming around quick. The last thing you want at Christmas is the burden of how you’re going to pay for your loved ones Christmas presents or how you’ll afford the turkey. There are certain things you...

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  • A friend once asked me, “How do I start investing if I don’t have much money?” That is a legitimate question, especially for students just out of college or working adults who have just entered the corporate world. To answer my friend’s question, I jogged back my memory to recall out how I...

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  • When it comes to preparing for retirement, 50 can be a pivotal age. At that age, most people are just 10 to 15 years away from leaving the workforce, and time is relatively limited to save for retirement. But with a decade or more of work still remaining, you have enough time to make changes to...

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  • Human beings are intelligent people, capable of making good decisions, weighing all options and making a rational and well thought out conclusion. However, sometimes it feels like we act irrationally without even realizing we are doing it. In some cases, our brains are hard wired or...

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  • Growing up during the last major recession means that today’s millennial college entrepreneurs are already in the savings mindset. They’ve learned how to live with less than previous generations, which has made them much more conscious of how much things cost. Unlike other generations,...

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