July 30, 2021

2 thoughts on “Happiness Index Survey for Singaporeans

  1. Hi Rolf

    If CPF interests is adjusted higher than current, it would make it an interesting "investment" over other tools such as stocks and properties. I would top my CPF up to the max if they can offer higher by 1 percentage point.

  2. Hi B,
    I have to agree with you. From a financial point of view, the current rates of 5% per annum earned on the first $40,000 for SMA is already very attractive return. Additional 1% will be 6% return, close to the average yield of SReits and yet risk free! The ultimate question from most of my peers is, are we having control on our own CPF or is it just paper form subject to ever changing rules?

    Thanks, Rolf

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