Me & My Money: A year-long stint in London made an investor out of her

Ms Candy Goh, 39, is chief financial officer of FWD Singapore. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE – The importance of saving money did not hit home for insurance executive Candy Goh until she had to survive a year studying in pricey London on just £30,000 (S$48,000).

Life became a financial tightrope, given that £20,000 or so had to be set aside for tuition fees for her post-graduate degree and accommodation.

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