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Investing on a budget, Losing the appetite for trigger funds

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  • Writer: Thai Financial Planners Association
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I was unemployed for a month. I just got a new job with a 20,000 baht monthly salary. After paying for expenses, I have 8,000 baht per month left. I have 30,000 baht in savings. I want to know: 

1.) With 30,000 baht in savings, what should I invest in?

2.) For 8,000 baht per month, what type of deposit accounts will give me a good return? I thought about investing in the Government Savings Bank (GSB) lottery, spending 6,000 baht per month for five years, as I think the return is pretty good. But I'd like to know what you recommend.

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