Lazy Cash Round Ups
Automatically round up any lazy cash from your everyday purchases and see how quickly it adds up.



Set and Forget
Input your details and let us take care of the rest.



Keep your existing CPF
We support contributions to the CPF, no need to open a new retirement savings account.









What is Carrott?

Carrott is the micro-savings app that helps you contribute a few dollars extra to your retirement savings. Carrott rounds up any 'lazy cash' (loose change) you may have from your everyday purchases, even if it's just a few cents. Once your lazy cash round up reaches over $5, Carrott debits that lazy money from your account. At the end of the month, Carrott consolidate all those direct debits and put them into your Central Provident Fund (CPF) account; that right, you can keep your exisiting CPF account. No paper form, no mess, just set and forget. You will be surprised how quickly that lazy cash can add up.

It's never to late to start using sense to make cents!


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Invest your lazy cash

Carrott makes it easy to automatically contribute to your CPF account. Carrott give you access to an automated system to help you contribute to your future, all without having to think about it. See how quickly your lazy cash round-ups. Even setting aside only $10 a week, you would have contributed over $500 in a year.


Use your exsiting CPF account

We support the CPF, meaning you don't have to create a new retirement savings account to use Carrott.


Inexpensive way to regularly contribute

Carrott is a powerful tool to introduce people, both young and old, to the world of saving for retirement, at a time in which compound interest could effect your future.


Effortless

Once you have input your details, let us take care of the rest. Just set and forget.






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