Lum Yin PengLum Yin Pengi:0#.w|ayr\yp ​YP is a freelance copywriter and full-time Chief Financial Officer at home, managing the portfolio of stock investments to grow her family’s net worth. She literally holds the family purse strings, thanks to a very trusting spouse. She loves to blog about personal finance and that even won her first prize in CPF’s “Are You Ready?” Story Contest in 2011. Her hope is to inspire more people, especially women, to take money matters into their own hands. <img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/blogger_YP.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://thehomecfo.blogspot.sg/
Yong HuiYong Huii:0#.w|ayr\yonghu ​Yong Hui is passionate about empowering people financially. Over the past 4 years, she has helped many to grow and protect their wealth as a financial planner. She believes that one of the best ways to show our love for our family is to take care of ourselves financially so we would not become a burden to our loved ones. In particular, she is an advocate for women financial literacy and has inspired many women to take charge of their finances through her educational talks and workshops. Living by her motto of “Helping people to Grow Rich and Stay Rich”, she started her blog www.Yonghui.sg , providing practical tips for a brighter financial future.<img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/Blogger_yonghui.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://www.Yonghui.sg
Wilfred LingWilfred Lingi:0#.w|ayr\wiling ​Mr. Wilfred Ling is a Chartered Financial Consultant and is qualified to provide comprehensive financial planning services including cash flow analysis, net worth analysis, credit and debt management, risk management (insurance), investment planning, retirement planning, tax planning, estate planning and CPF. Mr. Ling is a fee-based financial planner in which he charges fees to clients for services rendered. Mr. Ling’s interests and favorite subjects are 1. Blogging – in which he uses public blogs to promote and increase financial literacy to members of the public and as well as provide valuable information to his clients via a private blog. 2. Writing for investment magazine in which he is a regular columnist. 3. Making money for himself and his clients through prudent asset allocation using passively managed funds such as Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).<img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/bloggerWilfredLing.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://www.wilfredling.com
The New SavvyThe New Savvyi:0#.w|ayr\thenewsavvy The New Savvy is a financial and career guide that empowers women through meaningful content. 41% of women do not manage their money; we are simply saving our funds or depending on others to handle their financial matters. The New Savvy uses engaging and simplified language to facilitate the financial knowledge of women as we move through our career and life milestones. We want to make money interesting to women and transform women's relationship with money.<img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/The%20New%20Savvy.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://thenewsavvy.com/
Wong Sui JauWong Sui Jaui:0#.w|ayr\suwong ​Sui Jau has been the General Manager of Fundsupermart Singapore since 2008. He joined iFAST Financial as Senior Research Analyst and has been actively involved in most of the research content from Fundsupermart. He was appointed Research Manager in April 2003 and led the growing research team at Fundsupermart. The research team today numbers 15 analysts from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and India. He was promoted to Research Director of iFAST Financial and continues to be involved in market research. His market views have been featured on various media including Channel News Asia, CNBC and Channel U. His written articles and quotes have been featured on all major newspapers including Business Times, Straits Times and Lian He Zao Bao.One of our regular bloggers, specialising in global finance issues such as interest rates.<img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/bloggerWongSuiJau.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://secure.fundsupermart.com/main/research/viewHTML.tpl?articleNo=3493#/WSJBlog_20150108
SingSaver.com.sgSingSaver.com.sgi:0#.w|ayr\singsaver ​SingSaver.com.sg is Singapore's #1 financial comparison platform. Launched in May 2015, SingSaver.com.sg is committed to helping Singaporeans find the right credit cards and personal loans with easy-to-use self-serve comparison tools. In a constantly changing financial landscape, SingSaver.com.sg strives to provide consumers with accurate data and insights so they can find financial products that suit their needs.<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/SingSaver.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://www.singsaver.com.sg/
Sg Wealth BuilderSg Wealth Builderi:0#.w|ayr\sgwealthbuilder Gerald Poh is an average Singaporean male who started his wealth building journey in 1994. Coming from a humble background, he realized the importance of financial literacy and how money management can change a person's destiny. Through the years, there were valuable lessons learned in life that he really hopes to pass on to the next generation. Gerald wants to leave behind a legacy, so that when he passed on, people can still benefit from his knowledge. Therefore Gerald created SG Wealth Builder to share his thoughts on various money-making, investments and wealth building ideas. Gerald's objective is to engage Singaporeans on topics related to personal finance, entrepreneurship and investments, such as shares and real estate.<img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/Poh%20Hock%20Guan.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://www.sgwealthbuilder.com
SeedlySeedlyi:0#.w|ayr\seedly ​​​Seedly provides interesting and relevant personal finance article for average Singaporeans regarding money saving tips, investing, insurance, lifestyle and anything personal finance. Seedly is also the creator of one of the best Personal Finance Mobile App in Singapore.<img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/blogger_seedly.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://blog.seedly.sg/
salary.sgsalary.sgi:0#.w|ayr\salsg Salary.sg was started in 2006 with the grand vision of blogging all about income, jobs, career and investments in Singapore. In a short span of time, it has achieved the coveted DMOZ listing, which described the site as "Your Salary in Singapore - Information on salaries and career options in Singapore, with tools to compare salaries and calculate taxes." As noted by some, Salary.sg has been mentioned multiple times in the mainstream media, including AsiaOne.com, Omy.sg, Lian He Wan Bao and Xin Min Ri Bao. With about 120,000 page views per month and more than 1,300 RSS subscribers, Salary.sg has also achieved top rankings in Google search results for major keywords such as "salary" (#1), "SIBOR" (#3),"supplementary retirement scheme" (#3), "parenthood tax rebate" (#3) and many more. (Mentioned rankings are as of March 29, 2010.) The most popular pages in Salary.sg include the annual list of 100 best-paying jobs, the income tax calculator, the salary comparison and ranking tools, the article on doctors' pay and the Sibor history article.<img alt="" src="/YourInfoHub/PublishingImages/imsavvysalarysg.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://www.salary.sg/
Riches That StickRiches That Sticki:0#.w|ayr\richesthatstick We all know we should plan our finances. We all know we should start investing. So why don't we do it? There's a huge gap between knowing and doing. The problem is facts don't change behavior. Riches That Stick is not about lecturing you on boring financial topics like the "The importance of compound interest" or the "7 different types of bonds". I'm as sick as you are of generic, boilerplate financial advice. Read on to find out more.​<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Lists/BloggerProfiles/AllItems/Optimized-aksel_big_head_edit_1.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />http://richesthatstick.com/

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