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Tat Gor has excellent video games skills, but what about his money management skills? Playing different roles, he works with The Chin Family to discuss some hot topics related to money management amongst young people.
In the month of May, keep an eye out for the green envelope from the Inland Revenue Department requiring you to file your tax returns. Rookies in the workplace, and even seasoned tax payers, may have questions regarding the reporting and the paperwork. Let us walk you through a brief introduction to salaries tax and points to note when filing your return.
Do you spend all your earnings every month, without any savings?
Do you often feel the urge to spend your entire monthly salary?
Is your salary all gone even before the month ends?
If yes, you need to break the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck in order to get ahead.
Most people have at least one credit card, usually more. As the credit limit for each card can be tens of thousands of dollars, unwise use can have serious consequences.
How should credit cards be used?
After leaving school you may find that old friends and new acquaintances have bought insurance. They may even work at insurance companies and try to sell you policies.
What issues do you need to understand and consider before deciding to buy insurance?