Every family is different.
Some individuals may start off their financial journey with a bit of an advantage if their family is wealthier.
Some may find themselves inheriting a huge sum of money from their loved ones halfway through their journey.
But in some cases, we just have to build our wealth from scratch.
Please don’t empty your bank and randomly choose a stock to invest your $10k…
Remember to do your research so you know what you’re getting into! There are different approaches on how you can diversify your portfolio, depending on your perspective on investing.
Looking at how expensive some of the recent BTO launches are, it’s no wonder some of us are worried about being able to afford the monthly payments.
Getting your first home can be stressful, so it’s important that both of you discuss and plan out your finances together, and take a look at the potential grants that are available for your household.
Since we’re on the topic of mindsets, don’t forget to take a step back and get back in touch with your personal core values while beating the personal finance game.
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