The world is your oyster. Whatever does this mean exclaims a friend. This old phrase came from Shakespeare and is often said to young people as they embark on in life. It simply means that you are in the position to take opportunities of what life has to offer. In many ways, this is true as the internet has given knowledge and opportunities which the previous generations did not have. There is only 9 weeks left to the end of 2020. There is no better time than to position your
Excerpts from In/Outcome – A MPH best selling book on managing your income, achieving great financial outcome. We all know we need to save. But sometimes getting there seems daunting. Perhaps it is because we are all piled up with expenses as we go along in life. However, we all know that if we neglect what is truly important in life, some things might come back to bite us. When it comes to savings, it does not matter how small the sum: the important thing is to start. Every
Certified Financial Planner, Lim Lee Chin answers commons questions on how you manage your estate planning. What happens to your wealth after you pass on? How you ensure your love ones get what you want them to have? Or the worst case, they do not inherit you liabilities.
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I was reading an article titled “4 Things I Gave Up To Be Free” by Darius Foroux. He talked about true freedom being the ability to live as you are, to do what you want and to spend time with people you like. He went on to say that for many, this freedom is a distant dream. And the reason for this is that the truth hurts too much. The 4 things that must be given up are: 1) Lies 2) Comfort 3) Fear of Money 4) Incompatible People As a financial planner, I couldn’t help thinking