Finally received the final bill from NUH, so that I can properly blog about the cost of the entire pregnancy and delivery. To be honest, NUH billing is so complex and it’s not immediate intuitive to know what the costs are. I received a total of 3 billings, one while in the hospital, one after I’ve discharged and the last one about 2-3 weeks after we discharged. Why so many bills? I’ve no idea. From what I observed, the first bill is to let us know the rough figures while the second bill is for us to foot a deposit in cash, because there is a limit to claim from medisave and so the rest had to be footed in cash. Lastly, the final bill received post discharge is after all the medisave claim had been sent, approved (they might not grant you the full medisave claim) and we had …
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La Papillion means butterfly in French. Just as a caterpillar metamorphosed into a beautiful butterfly, so will this caterpillar undergo the same journey though not in the world of nature, but in the world of investing. La Papillion's roots are in technical analysis, so reading charts is quite naturally to him after having done it for 1 year plus daily. He has dabbled in warrants, lost a lot, gained it back, lost a lot more again, gained it back, all within the span of 1.5 years. La Papillion is now venturing into fundamental analysis and he hope to become a hybrid investor - someone who invest based on both FA and TA. He is currently blogging mainly of his experiences in making the transition from TA to FA, detailing the lessons he has learnt from reading accounting books, valuation and analysis of financial statements.
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