Here’s the question. What do you think is the best investment for your money? For all it’s worth, you invest in all the different investment instruments known in the market. From conventional fixed deposit accounts to unit trusts, REITS and shares – to more recent tech-led investments such as robo-advisory and bitcoins. And no, you’re not stopping there. You’re also looking at alternative investments such as gold, art works, expensive watches and designer bags. Ah, and how can we forget what we Asians love best – properties! In fact, investors all over the world are in pursuit of THAT investment[…]

As parents, what are your biggest concerns? It’s not too far fetch to say that your children are one of your greatest priorities in life. We all want the best for our little ones – right from the very first time we hold them in our arms, to the time they can finally stand on their own feet. Everything about them matters to us. Whether they have enough to eat, to wear, a good school to go to and if they can get into a choice higher institution and carve a career for themselves. And as parents, that would mean[…]

A couple of months ago, someone asked this question on one of the Personal Finance groups on social media, “Do you need money to be good with money?” And it made me think… Do I really need money to be good with money? Or should it be the other way round? Is it because I have no money, therefore I should learn to be good with money? Could it be, because I have money and therefore I know how make even more money? Or maybe because I don’t have money, and therefore I am bad with money. OR is this[…]

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