According to Financial Adviser Jarrad Brown, many Singaporeans only start taking their finances seriously in their 30s. It’s not surprising, given that in your 20s, you would more likely be concerned with starting your career, making new friends at work and travelling the world than building an investment portfolio.
In most cases, your 30s are the time when you begin saving and investing for the financial future of yourself and your family. But the truth is, the earlier you start, the better off you will be in the future.
Here are eight money tips you must know to secure you and your loved one’s financial future: