Today I login to CPF and found my CPF-SA balance is 50 cents. Yup, my CPF-SA has been invested according to my plan and method. After 1 April 2008, the first $20,000 in CPF-SA will not be allowed for investing. And from now onwards, new CPF-SA contribution will be allocated as Singapore Fixed Income in my portfolio.
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