Gifts for Impossible-to-Shop-for Guys

What do you get for a difficult man?

Gifts for Impossible-to-Shop-for Guys

  • A UV box that zaps lurking germs.
  • A commemorative coin that strums their strings.
  • A pickpocket-foiling commuter pack.
  • Arabica infused with American whiskey.
  • Pint glasses telling of legendary deeds on the diamond.
  • Socks with woven-in words of your choosing.

What can I gift my parents?

Show your love by picking a gift just for them.

  • Cheerful Flower Pot. Brighten up your parent’s home by gifting them with a flower pot.
  • Photo Gift Wrap. Make any present more unique by wrapping it in personalized gift wrap.
  • Festive Ornaments.
  • Classic Key Ring.
  • Cozy Blanket.
  • Meaningful Photo Book.

How do you start investing from your first salary?

First Job? Here’s how to invest your first salary

  1. Make a budget. A budget helps you understand how much you’re spending each month on essentials and luxuries.
  2. Stash it.
  3. Invest through Systematic Investment Plan (SIP)
  4. Buy insurance*
  5. Plan your taxes.
  6. Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.

How do I manage my first paycheck?

What to Do With Your First Paycheck

  1. Set up direct deposit. You might get paid with paper checks, but it’s more likely that you’ll use direct deposit to access your money.
  2. Start saving for retirement.
  3. Create a budget for your monthly expenses.
  4. Treat yourself!

How should I use my salary?

The Rule helps you build a budget by using three spending categories:

  1. 50% of your income should go to living expenses and essentials.
  2. 20% of your income should go to financial goals, meaning your savings, investments, and debt-reduction payments (if you have debt, such as credit card payments).

Is 8000 a good salary in Singapore?

8000 is more than enough. average singaporean graduate at 27 is making only 3500 if you are lucky, and 3000 if you are unlucky.

Where can I invest my salary?

Where should you invest the Investments component i.e. 25% of your salary?

  • SIP (Systematic Investment Plan)
  • Gold ETF (Exchange Traded Fund)
  • Stocks.
  • Insurance.
  • Fixed Deposits/Recurring Deposits (FD/RD)
  • Mutual Funds.
  • Bonds and certificates.