The first way is the Singapore Savings Bond. This is basically government issued debt sold to the public every month. Minimum investment amount is $500 with a cap of $50,000. There is no penalty for cashing out early and the principal is paid at the end of 10 years. The interest paid out increases each year. Holding it to the max of 10 years will give annual average returns of 2.6%. Totally risk free since they are backed by Singapore government
The second method I can think of is to top up your CPF account or even your spouse CPF account. You can claim tax relief ( up to $7000) and you can enjoy 4 to 5% interest depending on how much you have in your CPF. Problem is that you will only be able to touch it many years later at your drawdown age when CPF Life kicks in for you.
So what do you think about the two ways I have outlined? Leave your comments below!