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The best way to ensure you have sufficient time to invest in the financial markets is to invest steadily and start from a young age. Let your investments compound. This is important as you are likely to invest in blue-chip companies with dividends and are growing. You have the time to let these companies grow and reap from their businesses. It is important to have a personal reason to save habitually as it will play a role in goal setting and financial management. Women often work hard to care for their family and provide a comfortable lifestyle. Thus, this goal will serve as a great motivator when personal sacrifices are called for. Financially savvy women in Asia take the lead in arranging the finances of the family and tend to share equal strengths with their male counterparts as opposed to western women who are more conservative than men when deploying their money. Nevertheless, women globally portray lower investing confidence compared to men, and project conservative investment numbers, giving them minimal gains.

Since the Singaporean government announced its intention to convert the country into a cashless society, there have been many reports and speculations on how this goal could be achieved. While many pundits have correctly identified some of the challenges that...
As 2018 marks DBS’ golden anniversary, the organization has shared their vision of making banking evolve with time. With the ethos enabling women to achieve a work-life balance through managing their finances with ease. Its old campaign, “Living, Breathing Asia”...
Beginner's Guide to Borrowing Unsecured Loans In Hong Kong What are unsecured loans? The best way to define this type of debt is to compare it with a secured loan. It is the opposite because it allows you to borrow money...
Guide To Borrowing Mortgages In Hong Kong Home loans may be a necessity if you really want to be a homeowner in Hong Kong. An article published on CNN.com revealed that Hong Kong is setting a record for having an...
With the way things are going right now, we hope that bankruptcy petitions in Hong Kong do not rise. In 2013, a Bloomberg article revealed that the number of bankruptcies in Hong Kong rose after a slower growth in the...
On Wednesday 11th April The New Savvy collaborated with Women in Finance Asia (WiFA) to host an event entitled “Financial Wellbeing: Yoga for your Wallet” featuring Kimberley Chao, a specialist in investments and financial planning with over 10 years’...
The government of Singapore is set to announce its budget plans for 2018 on Monday, 19 Feb 2018. While many media outlets have been speculating what we could expect to hear from Minister Heng Sweet Keat next week, few...
Just like any other woman, Farah Suhaila was passionate about fashion. But after she became a mother, Farah's priorities changed - she dedicated her whole life to ensure that little Eva Arya can have the best of the best. From...
Home Ownership: Guide to Buying Public Domestic Housing In Hong Kong Public housing in Hong Kong is a popular choice for many residents. It is not a secret that the real estate market in this region is one of the...
Property Types in Hong Kong: Which One is Right For You? There is an abundance of property types in Hong Kong. The government promotes home ownership in the region - it is evident in the many housing programmes that they...
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