Optimising Your CPF For Retirement

A Sharing by Singapore Finance Bloggers

Think back to your first paycheck. Your relationship with your CPF started the moment 20% of your salary was channelled into your CPF account. Over the next few decades, you would likely use some of these funds for your housing needs, buying insurance and maybe even medical expenses.

Along this journey, it's easy to get distracted and forget the primary purpose of your CPF: helping to fund your retirement.

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And it doesn't help that the myriad of CPF schemes and issues do often make things appear more complicated than it should be. Navigating and understanding the rules and processes behind Extra Interest, OA to SA transfers, CPF Top-Ups and CPF LIFE can be mind-boggling. Even as financial bloggers, we know exactly how you feel.

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But we also know that it's entirely possible to start optimising your CPF no matter which life stage you are in right now. Imagine if you could:

  • Understand the purpose behind CPF and leverage on the government's intentions
  • Know what to look out for when buying a house using CPF
  • Find out the potential benefits and costs of OA to SA transfers and CPF top-ups before committing to them
  • Transform your CPF accounts into high-interest deposits after reaching 55
  • Recognise which CPF LIFE plan is more suitable for you

That's right.

Therefore, for the very first time, Dawn from SGBudgetBabe, Christopher from TreeofProsperity and Jacob from Createwealth8888 will come together to share their thoughts and experiences on how they have successfully optimised their CPF for their retirement so far.

Tap into their experiences to help you identify potential financial decisions that you will have to make for your CPF, grow those funds and be well-prepared for retirement in your golden years.

optimising cpf for retirement

Reserve your seat now!

16 March 2017 (Thurs)
7.30pm to 9.30pm
Location: 10 Anson Road, International Plaza #10-26 Singapore 079903 (Freedom + Knowledge Room)

Just S$25

ONLY 85 5 SEATS!





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More about your Speakers

sgbudgetbabe

Affectionately known as BB to her readers, Dawn is Singapore's top female personal finance blogger, with over 3 million reads in 2 years and growing. She writes about savings, clearing debts, insurance, investments and anything related to maximising one's money in Singapore, as well as sharing her occasional value purchases. Her writings are available at www.sgbudgetbabe.com

Tree of Prosperity

42 Years Old; Married with 2 kids. Currently a Law Student with SMU. "Replaced my earned income at age 39 using dividend investing techniques. Went back to school to study Law. No real idea what I want to do next as there is a downturn in the legal industry." Christopher shares his thoughts at TreeofProsperity.

createwealth8888

After reading the book Rich Dad Poor Dad, Createwealth8888 made up his mind to escape the rat race through the "Investment Quadrant". He achieved financial independence at 56, and retired from his full time job at 60 to pursue his interests like traveling and fishing. His investing strategy is to create wealth through short-term trading and long-term investing since Jan 2000. He has been blogging since Dec 2006.

Location

Reserve a seat now!

Optimising Your CPF for Retirement

16 March 2017 (Thurs)
7.30pm to 9.30pm
Location: 10 Anson Road, International Plaza #10-26 Singapore 079903 (Freedom + Knowledge Room)

Just S$25

ONLY 85 5 SEATS!





All sharing sessions have sold out within a few hours from release. Grab your seats now to avoid disappointment!

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