It’s about trying to be predictable in an unpredictable world. But things change.
They always do.
Introducing NAV, your financial GPS.
Achieving your life goals requires direction. NAV helps you set your course and navigate through change, uncertainty and opportunity towards your destination. With so much out there, NAV helps you navigate the information and make decisions that are in line with your goals.
Head to the NAV Hub for a private one-on-one session where you can assess your financial health and have any burning money-related questions answered by the NAV crew. The sessions are designed to help you understand your financial position, set goals and explore what needs to be done to help you achieve them. Best of all, it’s free and there will be absolutely nothing being sold to you at the NAV Hub. Now, who’s up for picking up something over coffee?
Before you can figure out how to make your money work for you, you have to know who you are. Play a tarot card reading game to discover your current and future money mindsets.
To get to where we want to be, we must first know where we want to go. Take a fun quiz that will help you make a projection into the future and give you a more concrete idea of where you might want to be.
Ok, so you know roughly what you want, but are you in a good position to get to where you want to be? Take a long hard look at your cash flow and find out how much you need to get to achieve your short-term and long-term goals. Get an overview of your financial situation and identify any gaps or lapses that may slow you down.
These personalised one-on-one sessions are specially designed to help you get your bearings and are perfect for novices at financial planning. They’re free and by appointment only, with no financial products being sold. Just make an appointment, head down to 45 Tras Street and leave with a clearer direction of where you’re headed and how to get there.
I’m a strong believer in saving before you spend and spending within your means...
I’m a strong believer in saving before you spend and spending within your means as unmanageable debt is bad. Today, I’m saving up to fulfil my dream of riding north on my motorcycle.
While I believe in living life to the fullest, one of my financial priorities is to save up...
While I believe in living life to the fullest, one of my financial priorities is to save up enough for retirement. Thankfully, being in the financial services industry for 14 years has helped me manage my income more effectively.
My then-boyfriend (he’s my husband now) and I started investing when we were 21...
My then-boyfriend (he’s my husband now) and I started investing when we were 21. I’m really glad we started early because it paid off. We managed to make enough to get married and buy a private property together. My next goal? Buying my own car!
I’ve always advocated the importance of investing early. This is even more important now that I have just welcomed my baby girl…
I’ve always advocated the importance of investing early. This is even more important now that I have just welcomed my baby girl to the world. Education can get expensive, so the earlier you start investing, the better. My focus is to save for my daughter’s education and own my first property.
Rock the biggest day of your life while on a budget.
Learn how to set wedding priorities, create a budget and save up for your big day from two popular financial bloggers Dawn Cher (Sgbudgetbabe) and Alison Liew (HeartlandBoy).
Tap into insights from their recent wedding experiences and pick up some awesome DIY wedding tips that will save you from burning a hole in that beautiful tux pocket.
As one of Singapore's top female personal finance bloggers, with over 3 million reads in 2 years and growing, Dawn writes about savings, debt management, insurance, investments and anything related to maximising one's money in Singapore. She also shares her occasional value purchases.
Through heartlandboy.com, Alison wishes to improve financial literacy amongst his readers. He has invested in a portfolio of stocks to build passive income and is a stickler for all things that represent value-for-money.