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    Default Are you a member of CPF?

    Guess most working people are,
    but do you have a 'certificate' to show for?

    found this among my late father's belonging, more than 50 years old.




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    Default Re: Are you a member of CPF?

    bro, I've seen my grand father's bicycle license also, si beh old school.

    I've also found stacks of cash he stash away, lets just say the notes were older than the bird series. A lot of kids never seen them before
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    Default Re: Are you a member of CPF?

    Quote Originally Posted by Royale With Cheese View Post
    bro, I've seen my grand father's bicycle license also, si beh old school.

    I've also found stacks of cash he stash away, lets just say the notes were older than the bird series. A lot of kids never seen them before
    i have the license too, from ROV, n its for my own bike.
    now u know how old i m.

    btw, i grew up using the series of notes older than the bird,
    the 'orchid'.

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    Default Re: Are you a member of CPF?

    Quote Originally Posted by bengchiat View Post
    Guess most working people are,
    but do you have a 'certificate' to show for?

    found this among my late father's belonging, more than 50 years old.



    wah seh, really antique. better keep it, dont throw away.
    Objection !!!

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    Default Re: Are you a member of CPF?

    I think we all HAVE to be a member in Singapore...whether we like to or not! heheh

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    If you are a Singapore PR, they will send you a letter to tell you that you need to contribute to CPF. There is no certificate now a days for SPR.

    But not sure for Singapore Citizens. Govt might have removed the option of printing certs like the insurance co does, in order to save cost.

    Certs that you showed may be from the olden days when the population was very small.

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