Here’s my favorite resources on Personal Finance:
Get Rich Slowly by J.D. Roth, is a great blog covering the basics of personal finance. He writes about managing money, investing and starting of second job.
The Simple Dollar is owned by Trent Hamm who covers saving, investing and debt handling of personal finance.
Financial Samurai by Sam Dogen who retires at 34 but failed and is ready to do it again. This blog on personal finance offers good advice on how to achieve this. This blog has more than one million readers per month.
CPF Calculator is for those living in Singapore. This is by the famous 1M65 movement of which I have the pleasure of meeting the founder. This calculator only serves to provide an estimated forecast of your CPF monies in the future based on the inputs provided. This should not be used for an accurate assessment of the amount of monies you have in your CPF accounts.
CPF Tools for those living in Singapore. These tools helps to get a better idea on how you can start making the most of your CPF savings to grow your retirement nest egg.