2.5% p.a. risk-free is pretty hard to beat...
There's a limit to how much CPF you can contribute? How can dis be allow!
The RSS is old news, but there's a need to talk about it because there are still Singaporeans that are part of the scheme. For the uninitiated, here's a quick introduction to CPF LIFE and RSS, and the differences between them.
Answering Singaporean's concern on CPF's default Monthly payout age at 70. What could have been done better? Is CPF still a reliable retirement plan?
Should I wipe off my CPF OA or keep S$20,000 in it to accumulate 3.5% in interest?
435,000 Singaporeans who are unable to meet the CPF's Basic Retirement Sum will get dollar-to-dollar matching to their CPF contribution of up to $600.
CapitaLand Mall Trust (SGX: C38U), DBS (SGX: D05), and Singapore Exchange (SGX: S68) are three stocks you can look into.