At a Glance
Life has its ups and downs. That’s why we believe everyone needs a plan, especially when it comes to money. DBS Financial Planning makes it easier with a proper framework to help you
- Manage your debt
- Protect yourself and your loved ones
- Plan for your home
- Build your nest egg
How you manage your finances can have a big impact on your life and it doesn’t take much to start. With just a few simple steps, you can lay a solid financial foundation.
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Make your money work harder
Planning for a rainy day seems almost unnecessary, until something terrible happens, which often leaves room for regrets. Contrary to popular belief, it is never too early to start saving and planning for your future. Having a good financial plan gives you clarity in life, provides direction and meaning in your financial decisions. Learn the importance of a implementing a holistic financial plan and how it can build up your financial resilience. It will be one huge step towards having less worry and stress in our lives, no matter what happens.
Find out some financial tips we have for you here.
Alternatively, start by setting aside 3-6 months’ emergency funds so unexpected events don’t disrupt your daily life.
DBS Multiplier rewards you with up to 3% p.a.* for saving, spending, protecting and investing. In short, all the things you do when you plan your finances right. There’s no minimum income, card spend, investment, insurance or home loan amount.
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Live within your means & never be in debt
Tracking your spending and having a budget puts you in control of your money. It is always a good idea to prioritise saving over spending --that means putting aside money for savings first before allocating the rest of your money for expenses. Always “Pay yourself first”!
Click here to find out what DBS NAV planner can do for you.
Alternatively, check out NAV Planner to analyse your real-time financial health. The best part is, it’s fuss-free – we automatically work out your money flows and provide money tips.
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Start your protection journey today
Everybody wants to protect themselves and their loved ones from the unexpected. But many postpone or avoid dealing with insurance because injury, illness, accidents, disasters, and death are topics we’d prefer not to think about. Getting the right type of insurance – health/medical, accident, home, disability and life – are critical considerations in any comprehensive financial plan; that’s why we are here to help you navigate the complexities.
Click here to find out more on ways to start your protection journey.
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Time in market vs timing the market
Building wealth is about buying quality assets – equities, bonds, or unit trusts – and allowing time to help you build value. On this journey, learn how to identify what is a good quality asset and the benefits of having a diversified portfolio. Investors learning how to invest might also ask when to invest. Naturally, it is obvious to jump in at the lows and cash out at the highs, but no one can predict the peaks and valleys of market returns. Instead of timing the market, riding it out over a longer period might reap better benefits.
Click here to find out which type of investor are you on our DBS Financial Planning website.
For more information on investment tips, approaches and alternative options, click here.
All ready to start?
With 5 clicks and just S$1,000, you can have a ready-made investment portfolio that’s built by investment experts tailored specifically to your financial needs and goals. Kickstart your investment journey with DBS digiPortfolio. No watching the market, no lock-in, no hassle. Just invest, sleep and repeat.
Start your own digiPortfolio
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Less Mortgage, for more monthly savings
Buying a home is one of the most complex decisions to make. Do you buy private or an HDB? Resale or BTO? Then there are the rules, guidelines, grants and loans. Your mortgage might be one of your biggest financial commitment. Paying less interest also means you have more for your daily spending.
Find out tips on shopping for the most suitable mortgage and how to use refinancing to help you save on interest payments here.
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Check out DBS MyHome to work out the sums and find a home that meets your budget and preferences. The best part – it cuts out the guesswork.
Alternatively, prepare yourself with an In-Principle Approval (IPA), so you have certainty on how much you could borrow for your home, allowing you to know your budget accurately.
Apply In-Principle Approval
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Never too early to build your nest egg
Most of us regard retirement as a distant life event and prefer to take it as it comes. But this mindset hinders the goal of retiring well. Never underestimate the effects time and inflation has on your savings. With proper planning, your savings can benefit greatly from the effects of compounding and you can live life with significance and ease even at an elderly age. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you build one to your specs – and achieve financial freedom.
Ready to start?
Speak to the Wealth Planning Manager today for a financial health check and how you can better plan your finances.
Start planning for retirement by viewing your cashflow projection on DBS NAV Planner. See your finances 10, 20 and even 40 years ahead to see what gaps and opportunities you need to work on.
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Always plan for the unexpected
We believe financial planning is important for everyone. The recent pandemic and economic situation has shown us that our lives and financial position can be easily disrupted by an unexpected turn of events. Take this opportunity to review your financial plan so you and your family are always prepared.
Need help planning your finances and finding the right solutions for you?
Chat with our friendly Wealth Planning Managers now. (This chat service is available from 9am to 6pm on Mon to Fri, excluding Public Holidays.)
You may also leave your contact details and we will get in touch soon.
Alternatively, check out DBS NAV Planner on digibank to analyse your real-time financial health. The best part is, it’s fuss-free – we automatically work out your money flows and provide money tips.
Some useful reading
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