03 Mar '12, 12pm

The one million dollar question

If you were given a choice between having $1 million and the gaining the ability to make multi-millions, which one would you choose? Many people, including me, would normally choose the former. After all, its human nature to dream of being rich, not having to work and to indulge ourselves. But look, how long can the million dollar lasts? Especially in Singapore, where the cost of living is so high. With a million dollar, you can probably pay off your car loan, housing loan and afford not to work for 5 years. The multi million dollar probably would not be able to last you a lifetime. At least not in Singapore.

Full article: http://thefinance.sg/2012/03/03/the-one-million-dollar-qu...

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