The FinancialRuler in 10 seconds
 

Edu-Fun Net 25%

Essential Net 55%

Safety Net 20%

Fun Money (10%)
Education Funds (10%)
Charity (5%)
Necessity Expenses (55%)
Serviceable Debts (35%)
Insurance
(10%)
Purpose Fund
(10%)
Financial Freedom Funds
(10%)

Emergency Funds ( 3 ~ 6 Months Expenses )

Step 1: Essential Net ( 55% )
  • Spend within the zone.
  • Limit your expenditure to 55% on needs and not wants.
  • For expenses that we incur in our every day lives which supports individual as well as family's health, welfare and facilitate the generation of income.
Necessity Expenses
  • Up to 55% for necessity expenses incurred in our every day lives such as housing, household, insurance, food, transport and serviceable debt.
Serviceable Debts
  • Up to 35% in serviceable debt, ie. property loans, vehicle loans, student loans.
Insurance
  • Up to 10% income goes into insurance.
  • Insurance that covers H&S, disability, major illness, death, personal accident
Safety Net ( 20% )
  • Do not utilize funds until objectives are met.
  • Comprises of Emergency Fund, Purpose Fund, Financial Freedom Fund.
  • Contractual saving & accumulation for purposes such as purchasing property, cars, wedding.
Emergency Funds
  • Never use these funds unless emergency happens.
  • Equivalent to 3 ~ 6 months of your monthly expenses.
  • Sum of money set aside for sudden injury, accidents, or an unexpected loss of income.
  • Why based on expense and not income?

    A: For efficiency and attainability, we use expenses and not income to help you set aside minimum amount of money you need in an emergency fund which gives you the buffer you need to pay out-of-pocket expenses

Purpose Fund
  • 10% of income for milestone, ie. property, wedding.
Financial Freedom Funds
  • 10% of income for contractual saving & wealth accumulation.
  • Build passive income.
Edu-Fun Net
  • The edu-fun is for having fun. 25% is to regulate the spenders and the saver.
Fun Money
  • To regulate spending habits between the spender and saver.
  • 10% to be spent in 3 months time else transfer to charity.
  • To enjoy money and be able to spend it guilt free.
Education Funds
  • 10% is for education for your future, family education, children education, experiential learning and life long learning.
Charity
  • 5% charity is for spreading the joy and love. Use this to give and love; to build relationships. You can't be financially successful without the ability to give.
  • Not limited to gifts such as wedding, charity, relief missionary. Birthdays, sponsorships, charity organizations are also part of charity.

The FinancialRuler in 10 seconds

Edu-Fun Net 25%

Essential Net 55%

Safety Net 20%

Fun
Money (10%)
Education
Funds (10%)
Charity (5%)
Necessity Expenses
(55%)
Serviceable Debts (35%)
Insurance
(10%)
Purpose
Fund (10%)
Financial Freedom
Funds (10%)

Emergency Funds ( 3 ~ 6 Months Expenses )

Step 1 Essential Net ( 55% )
  • Spend within the zone.
  • Limit your expenditure to 55% on needs and not wants.
  • For expenses that we incur in our every day lives which supports individual as well as family's health, welfare and facilitate the generation of income.
Necessity Expenses
  • Up to 55% for necessity expenses incurred in our every day lives such as housing, household, insurance, food, transport and serviceable debt.
Serviceable Debts
  • Up to 35% in serviceable debt, ie. property loans, vehicle loans, student loans.
Insurance
  • Up to 10% income goes into insurance.
  • Insurance that covers H&S, disability, major illness, death, personal accident
Step 2 Safety Net ( 20% )
  • Do not utilize funds until objectives are met.
  • Comprises of Emergency Fund, Purpose Fund, Financial Freedom Fund.
  • Contractual saving & accumulation for purposes such as purchasing property, cars, wedding.
Emergency Funds
  • Never use these funds unless emergency happens.
  • Equivalent to 3 ~ 6 months of your monthly expenses.
  • Sum of money set aside for sudden injury, accidents, or an unexpected loss of income.
  • Why based on expense and not income?

    A: For efficiency and attainability, we use expenses and not income to help you set aside minimum amount of money you need in an emergency fund which gives you the buffer you need to pay out-of-pocket expenses

Purpose Fund
  • 10% of income for milestone, ie. property, wedding.
Financial Freedom Funds
  • 10% of income for contractual saving & wealth accumulation.
  • Build passive income.
Step 3 Edu-Fun Net
  • The edu-fun is for having fun. 25% is to regulate the spenders and the saver.
Fun Money
  • To regulate spending habits between the spender and saver.
  • 10% to be spent in 3 months time else transfer to charity.
  • To enjoy money and be able to spend it guilt free.
Education Funds
  • 10% is for education for your future, family education, children education, experiential learning and life long learning.
Charity
  • 5% charity is for spreading the joy and love. Use this to give and love; to build relationships. You can't be financially successful without the ability to give.
  • Not limited to gifts such as wedding, charity, relief missionary. Birthdays, sponsorships, charity organizations are also part of charity.

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Education Funds

Necessity Expenses
  • Food Expenses
  • Household Expenses
  • Home Monthly Expenses
  • Transport Expenses

Purpose Fund

Edu-Fun Net 25%

Essential Net 55%

Safety Net 20%

Fun Money (10%)
Education Funds
(10%)
Charity (5%)
Necessity Expenses (55%)
Serviceable Debts
(35%)
Insurance
(10%)
Purpose Fund
(10%)
Financial Freedom Funds
(10%)

Emergency Funds ( 3 ~ 6 Months Expenses )

Fun Money

Charity

Serviceable Debts

Insurance

Financial Freedom Fund

Education Funds

Necessity Expenses
  • Food Expenses
  • Household Expenses
  • Home Monthly Expenses
  • Transport Expenses

Purpose Fund

Edu-Fun Net 25%

Essential Net 55%

Safety Net 20%

Fun Money
(10%)
Education
Funds (10%)
Charity (5%)
Necessity Expenses
(55%)
Serviceable Debts (35%)
Insurance
(10%)
Purpose
Fund (10%)
Financial Freedom
Funds (10%)

Emergency Funds ( 3 ~ 6 Months Expenses )

Fun Money

Charity

Serviceable Debts

Insurance

Financial Freedom Fund

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