S$20,000 to S$35,000
S$35,001 to S$50,000
S$50,001 to S$70,000
S$70,001 to S$100,000
S$100,001 to S$150,000
S$150,001 and above
all i know is that my cash always must enough for me to buy a roll of film at least.
Last edited by Tupi Guy; 12th January 2007 at 12:29 AM.
how come dun have "Below 20k or in debt"
Donations to NKF can count as saving or not?
You ask for "should", then everybody will choose the highest amount possible what (as mentioned by pHoenix). How much they have actually, they won't tell you.
You should rephrase your question to something without absolute dollars like, "How many months of your salary should you have in cash savings by your mid-thirties ?"
How come no "negative" choice?
A lot of us have homes with negative equity; meaning if we sell our homes now, we still owe the bank money!
All cash is in L lenses...
Last edited by Caspere; 12th January 2007 at 10:15 AM.
me..me..me... 500K already................................ rupiah
To be frank, a CS member can save up to 20K per year if he wants to.
Here's my breakdown
Monthly savings: $600 ($7200 annually)
Freelance web projects: $3000 (but freelance photogs can definitely earn a few times more if they don't buy a new L lense after every event)
Average total savings per year: 10k
This is my interim record for 2006 as I just got out of a prison called National Service in 2005.
Of course, most of these savings was funneled into investments and start-up capital for my web hosting business to generate revenue.
For the savings generated in 2007, they will be sadly channeled to my degree school fees for the course I plan to take up in the Q4 2007.
If someone is willing to pay a large sum to buy over my business, I'd probably reject it because I love the business that I'm doing right now.
But even if I have to sell off the business for some reasons, I'll probably start another with that sum of money because that's just me.Originally Posted by Donald Trump
What's the use of polling?
You thinking of holding someone's family member for ransom is it? If yes, I suggest you take their pets better. I know of friends who will immediate fork out $1k-5k for the return of their pets. Don't know about the husbands/wives though, maybe call police first.
Sensitive subject, lah. Nobody is gonna tell the truth even if he post the amount of saving he has.
you should put S$1mil, S$1bil...etc...in your poll...
yes, money is important but nowadays.. a successful life also depend on " luck " or " blessing " .. have u watch " Singapore Dreaming " ? that guy died after winning the Toto draw.. so sad.
Last edited by raincool2005; 12th January 2007 at 02:04 PM.