Get the most out of the Singapore Savings Bond

Let My Savings Bonds Portal and these 8 investor tips work for you

My Savings Bonds Portal lets savers know how much they have invested in Singapore Savings Bonds and how much more they can buy. It also has various other functions to manage the bonds.
My Savings Bonds Portal lets savers know how much they have invested in Singapore Savings Bonds and how much more they can buy. It also has various other functions to manage the bonds.PHOTOS: MONETARY AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE
My Savings Bonds Portal lets savers know how much they have invested in Singapore Savings Bonds and how much more they can buy. It also has various other functions to manage the bonds.
My Savings Bonds Portal lets savers know how much they have invested in Singapore Savings Bonds and how much more they can buy. It also has various other functions to manage the bonds.PHOTOS: MONETARY AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE
My Savings Bonds Portal lets savers know how much they have invested in Singapore Savings Bonds and how much more they can buy. It also has various other functions to manage the bonds.
My Savings Bonds Portal lets savers know how much they have invested in Singapore Savings Bonds and how much more they can buy. It also has various other functions to manage the bonds.PHOTOS: MONETARY AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE

The risk-free and flexible Singapore Savings Bond (SSB) has grown in popularity over the past two years as investors become more aware of its features and high yields.

The yields for the June tranche (SBJun19), for example, will be 1.88 per cent per annum in the first and second year.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 05, 2019, with the headline 'Get the most out of the Singapore Savings Bond'. Subscribe