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Thursday, 2 December 2010

Two Bank Accounts? No, You may need Four! - (3)

Read? Two Bank Accounts? No, You may need Four! - Part 2

I have four separate bank accounts for different purpose:

1 - For living expenses and GIRO

2 - For Emergency Fund (3 months in conjunction with FD period 6/12 months)

3 - For Investment and Trading

4 - Fixed Deposit (Mid Term Saving)

With the 4 bank accounts, I am absolutely clear on money movement and transactions. It also helps to save time (less than 5 mins) in tracking by just downloading the monthly statement from the each bank.
I also simplify it into broad category as follows:

I have another diary to record big ticket items following Pareto Principle - 80% of your expenses are from 20% of big ticket items and don't sweat on the 80% of the items that contribute only 20% of expenses.

1 comment:

  1. i only have 2 accounts. but i follow the envelope budgeting method and use Quicken. thus i have many virtual envelopes and containers to classify them.

    its a method of having less physical accounts yet provides you with a psychological seperation of things.

    How to budget with envelope budgeting to save money easily



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