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Retiring As a Millionaire


If a clerk in Singapore can retire a millionaire, why can't you?

The article "The Secret to Retiring a Millionaire" illustrates one way to a comfortable retirement.

Can it be done?

I remember when I was undergoing training as a bank officer that the trainer showed us a Straits Times article of a millionaire clerk who had just retired.

Her secret?

Disciplined investment over 30 years through dollar cost averaging into unit trust investing into Singapore.

She puts in monthly sums to this fund, and put more in when she had bonuses.

So it is possible. The key is time, dollar cost averaging and discipline.

What are you doing for your retirement?

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Anonymous said...
January 28, 2011 at 12:58 PM  

It's definitely possible believe it or not.
(With it little bit of help from God, Luck, or your skill, what ever is your believe.)

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