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Our Family’s Future
Join mums Jamie Yeo and Sheila Sim as they chat about motherhood, kids and how families can better plan for the future ahead with a helpful financial tool – NAV Planner.
We think these might be relevant in giving your child a headstart:
As we kickstart the new year, how can you teach your children good money habits – and make new year resolutions as a family?
While the CDA is useful in helping with certain child-related expenses for parents, here’s why you should also consider opening a separate savings account for your child.
We know what it feels like to worry about how much it takes to raise your little one. Looking for ways to stretch your savings? We have just the right tips for you.
With the prospect of recession rearing its ugly head, we discuss some tips to prepare for tough times, and recession-proof our finances.
If you’re a new parent, you might be thinking – why should I plan for something that’s years down the road? Here’s why.
Want to revisit past topics of the month? Browse them here.
For Your Child
Kids grow up so fast, don’t they? And some may say that the best part of growing up is engaging with them, playing an integral part in the people they become. From your baby taking the first steps, to the first day at Primary School, to donning that graduation gown, there is opportunity at every milestone to teach them about financial literacy, and explore education and enrichment options to keep them positively engaged!
Want to find out more about raising a child, particularly on budgeting and financial solutions? Start right here.
Tips to ease into this new phase of life:
Celebrate Your Baby’s Firsts
Celebrate all your baby’s firsts, starting with their first bank account.
We think these might be relevant for your newborn:
As parents, you know that when your child learns about the value of money, they don’t just develop good savings habits but will be prepared for managing their finances when they grow up. Take a look at some tools on how you can teach your child money management!
Tips on teaching your child money management skills:
5 Tips To Raise Money-Smart Kids
Looking for more ways to keep your kids entertained while at home? Here are some fun daily activities you can do with your kids, while teaching them about the concept of money!
We think these might be relevant to help your child make sense of money:
We know how important education is for your child. In this section, you’ll find out more about the ABCs of your kid’s education, from early childhood, all the way to the school of life. Be it academics or enrichment, you can explore different styles of learning for your child’s holistic growth!
Lessons to impart to your child:
The ABCs of Home-Based Learning
For access to the entire video series, join POSB Parents on Facebook!
We think these might be relevant for your child’s education:
For Your Family
Raising a family isn’t easy. As parents, we’re always putting our families first and catering to the needs of each member of the family. Here are content and tips we hope may help make planning for the family a little easier, from holidays to finances.
Where to go? What to bring? Is it safe? We’ve got you covered for your exploration of our island home.
We think these might be relevant in planning your family trips:
The beauty about the future is that you don’t know what it might bring. But not knowing doesn’t equate to not planning. Find out how you can plan for a brighter tomorrow for you and your family, so your children don’t need to worry in the future.
Content to get your family finances right:
A Future for You & Your Child
Planning for your child’s future shouldn’t mean forgetting about yours. Speak to us about your retirement needs today.
We think these might be relevant in planning for your family:
Being a parent means that some things such as efficiency and value for money become more important than before. From weekday meals to weekend activities, here are some articles that’ll cover everything that your family might need on a daily basis.
Smart tips for your family’s daily needs:
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