“When I was much younger, we used to stay at a much bigger place. We had two cars and two maids, then subsequently, we just had one car, no more maid, downsized a little bit and went to rent instead.
In my younger childhood years, I didn’t really have to worry about money, but the change was quite apparent after that, and I began to feel like money is very hard to come by.”
Meanwhile, stay tune for the next episode where Chris discusses more about his latest article on The Business Times!
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The host of this episode, Christopher Tan, is Chief Executive Officer of Providend, Singapore’s first fee-only wealth advisory firm and author of the book “Money Wisdom: Simple Truths for Financial Wellness”.
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