Recently, I’ve just finished reading a book called “Breakfast Club For 40 Somethings” (by Vanessa Stoykov). It is a lighthearted and fun novel but also a financial planning book in disguise. Even though the book title mentioned about “40 somethings” but the financial teaching/sharing in the book is kind of universal and applicable to anyone at any age. Also, the story is based in Australia and hence some of the financial setting/context like more relevant to Australian, like the Super Fund etc… but we can always replace it with our local context like CPF fund etc..

A long-awaited reunion of six high school classmates in their 40-somethings unraveled more shortcomings of their respective current lives than they are prepared to disclose, but it also changes their lives for the better, with the help of an “angel” in the form of financial planner (their ex-classmate).

I would …