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|What would you like to see in IM$avvy? Share your ideas on what else this site should offer. We want IM$avvy to be an educational resource to help with your personal finances, so tell us in not less than 50 words how we can enhance our site!|
|I hope this site can be the source of objective, unbiased information and advice about saving and planning for one’s future. I truly despair about finding anything useful anywhere else – e.g. newspaper columns are often written by “financial planners” who seem more intent on selling their products than really coming up with a plan that suits the individual.|
|This site can be further enhanced by having interactive tools to help us keep track and plan our |
finances.These online tools should run the gamut of personal finance categories from household
expenses budgeting to creating a financial plan in managing personal loans.
This site should also offer advices in setting up plan for long-term goal, like retirement or where
to put our money.
And all these services must be free of charge.
|I am all for intelligent discussion on finances but I like darker and larger fonts to make it easier to read the postings in the forum board. Short burst of tweets on CPF on a twitter account wouldn't be out of place either as a lot of the younger generation uses that too.|
|It would be good to have a column for those who had withdrawn their CPF to share their predicament, experience and financial plan. So that the younger generation can have a glimpse of what are the pitfalls ahead.|
|There should be a place on the site that display some statistics of how much people is saving generally and how much they are saving per month and what are the things they are doing to save money so that we can learn from them.|
|Would like to see these: |
1) Mobile-friendly site or application for smartphones so that it is easier to access IM$avvy using phones
2) More bloggers (seeing some new bloggers recently, look forward to their postings)
3) Ability to "like" and comment on articles - integration with Facebook perhaps?
Great job so far!
|Probably the site can be filled with financial ideas for the public to save their money - which is THE reason anyone would visit website such as this. The experts can give their opinions and advice on ways to plan efficiently - in simpler terms (compared to what a financial advisor does), so that the public, a lay-person can easily comprehend and follow these advice to ultimately plan their budget in the most cost and energy effective manner.|
|I just learnt about this site, and I am a regular internet user - looking for these kind of websites, for knowledge regarding finance and savings. This might highlight an important issue: the site has not been fully effective in reaching the public at large. Not only the site must include what everyone here are emphasizing, but the ideas shared by experts and alike here must reach the hands of those who need those information. The site could be made more attractive in design and color, and also words about these avenues must be sent across the media for greater benefit and reach.|
|When I come to this site, I wish to benefit from it in terms of wisdom and knowledge in financial planning and investment. I hope to see more of such informations which will lead on this purpose. Many a times, articles are often theoritical, I would like to read about real life experiences in financial planning and investments, whether successful or otherwise, as they are all equally valuable for us to learn from. It would be very helpful and interesting should there be a corner to have some write-ups on pratically successful or regretful experiences. Another way is to get our readers to share their real life experiences in these areas through some kind of contests or gifts as encouragements.|