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Saturday, 24 October 2015

Funding Your Child’s University in the Future? (5)


Read? Funding Your Child’s University in the Future? (4)

Read? More money probably won't make us significantly happier???


Uncle8888's Uni fund for his third child in May 2016 and the budget for 4 yrs Uni course at STUD. It is about $100K.




5 comments:

  1. For STUD, it is mandatory to stay in hostel for three terms for about $4.7K. Even more expensive than SMU. :-(

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  2. One colleague was quite concerned. Your son still studying next year. You can retire?

    Can lah. $100K budget is already set aside and exclude as net worth or asset generating cash flow during retirement.

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    1. It shows the importance of planning early. Good to be Ants for this instance.

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  3. Ants can look very far into the "future" indeed.
    Grasshopper can not meh?
    No fun to be a Grasshopper if can not be a Grasshopper into the future too.
    Can i be a little bit of G and a little bit A too.
    i am sure you have more of the G now.
    When is your TAIWAN TRIP and what next?

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