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  • Calvin Yeo { Hi Patricia, yes I do realize that as I have been really busy!! Will be holding a talk to discuss my portfolio with my ex students tomorrow so will put ... } – Sep 22, 11:05 AM
  • Calvin Yeo { Hi SY, I just double checked, only $155k gets transferred to RA, the rest of your OA and SA will stay as it is. } – Sep 22, 11:04 AM
  • Calvin Yeo { Hi sw, yes that's correct. But it will be at a different rate. See http://mycpf.cp f.gov.sg/Member s/Gen-Info/Con- Rates/ContriRa. htm } – Sep 22, 11:02 AM
  • Patricia { hello Calvin you have stopped updating your investment portfolio for us (readers) to have a peek..now that share prices has gone north, I find it challenging to buy into any ... } – Aug 28, 6:30 AM
  • SY { Let's say in a scenerio as follows: Age: 54 OA: 150K SA: 150K At age 55, OA and SA will close down and 300K will be transferred to RA to ... } – Aug 27, 11:58 AM
  • sw { Hi,if continue working after 55, the monthly cpf contribution will go to OA,MA and SPA . } – Aug 27, 1:42 AM
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Posts Tagged ‘Retirement’

CPF Minimum Sum Increasing Again? You Can Get Minimum Sum Exemption

05.12.2014 · Posted in Personal Development, Singapore

CPF Minimum Sum is rising again to $155,000 and it will be pretty much a yearly affair as Singapore continues to grapple with inflation of retirement expenses. There is a lot of unhappiness over this and it is easy to understand why. However, there are ways to get Minimum Sum Exemption. See the infographics below ...

Comments on Straits Times Article Singaporeans Start Earlier In Saving For Retirement

According to the Straits Times article, Singaporeans tend to start saving earlier for retirement. That’s a good sign and I have met many young people who are already thinking about planning for retirement. However, more than 50% find that they are not on track to meet their financial goals. That’s alarming as even though they ...

New Retirement Savings Plan MyRetirement by Aviva

04.13.2012 · Posted in Budgeting & Portfolio

  Aviva recently launched a new retirement savings plan MyRetirement to help Singaporeans plan for their retirement. Basically, you choose your retirement age and whether you want to receive your income in a lump sum or spread over 10 years in monthly payouts. With that, the adviser will be able to calculate your premiums which ...

Investing in Real Estate for Your Retirement: Pros and Cons

10.07.2011 · Posted in Real Estate

Guest post by Andrew Black Are you considering various options for your own investments for retirement? For sure, you have looked at buying properties. Most people prefer investing in real estate as doing so has proven effective for numerous times. Real estate does not usually depreciate. On the contrary, property values tend to rise through ...

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