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Financial Literacy

Like life itself, financial literacy is not a sprint but a marathon. From figuring things out to setting smart goals to working your way towards a freedom that you define, here are some content amassed from our partners who are in the business of money matters and to make your money, matter.

It's not a sprint.
It's a marathon.

Central Provident Fund Board

CPF Board has officially launched a CPF Volunteering (CPFV) mobile application as part of the Community Paying it Forward movement. The CPFV app provides a one-stop platform for individuals to
Learn about CPF through fun challenges and short quizzes to benefit themselves in retirement planning; and
Refer to the bite-sized resources when sharing CPF benefits, so that more Singaporeans will be spurred to take actions to benefit from what the CPF system has to offer.
When the notion of pay it forward is applied to the CPF context, individuals like yourself can show acts of kindness by sharing useful CPF information in your community, e.g. in your day-to-day conversations with your family or friends. Unlike any conventional form of volunteering, it does not require an upfront commitment from you. If you need some help, you will receive handy CPF resources along the way via the CPFV mobile app. Even if you do not have the chance to share or pay it forward yet, the bite-sized CPF resources will still be useful for your own retirement planning.
YOLO. Hesitate no more and join this kindness movement today!
To download and sign up via the CPFV mobile app, all you need to do is to follow the step-by-step CPFV guide attached. You may also like to check out the online FAQs or watch the Community Paying it Forward: Why We Volunteer video. When updating your profile in the CPFV app, please indicate “Young NTUC” under the Affiliation section.

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