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  • Cheapest Term Life Insurance

    [Comparison] Cheapest Term Life Insurance Plan in Singapore

    BY Eugene - January 24, 2019

    Cheapest Term Life Insurance Plan in Singapore  Term life insurance is a cheap way to get yourself insured for a large amount of money should you die, suffers from Total and Permanent Disability or Critical Illnesses. With almost all insurers offering […]

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    [Review] Aviva MyMultipay CI III 2019

    BY Eugene - January 21, 2019

    Aviva MyMultipay CI III Review The Aviva MyMultiPay CI III is a one size fits all recurrent critical illness coverage plan that one should consider when it comes to providing comprehensive protection in the event of early to late stage critical […]

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    4 Financial Regrets You Might Have When You’re Age 62

    BY Eugene - January 20, 2019

    In life, there are many milestones. From your first love to your first job to the first time your travel out of Singapore, each milestone holds significant importance to you. Among the milestones in life, there is one particular milestone […]

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    5 Common Mistakes That Singaporeans Make When Taking A Loan

    BY Eugene - January 10, 2019

    Nobody wants to make a mistake when it comes to taking a loan. However, taking a loan without making any mistake can be challenging, especially if it is your first time. Unknowingly, we make mistakes that not only cost us […]

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    [Analysis] 3 Best Recurrent Multi Payout Critical Illness Plan in Singapore

    BY Eugene - January 5, 2019

    The 3 Best Recurrent Multi Payout Critical Illness Plan in Singapore The main concern of those who have suffered from critical illness is their ability to be insured again. According to AIA Health Matters Survey 2016, “more than 9 in […]

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    [Review] 3 Best Retirement Plans in Singapore In Terms of Coverage, Guaranteed Returns and Flexibility

    BY Eugene - January 2, 2019

    CPF Life makes a good Retirement plan in the sense that you get a fixed amount of pay-out each month following retirement. However, as mentioned in our CPF article, the amount of pay-out may not be adequate to fulfil one’s […]

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    5 Money Mistakes You Didn’t Know Was Spoiling Your Financial Game Plan

    BY Eugene - December 26, 2018

    Everyone makes mistakes in life. However, there are some mistakes in life that can have a much larger consequence. In particular, money mistakes that can spoil your financial game plan is the worst. Money mistakes that can put your financial […]

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    How Much Should I Spend On Insurance Per Month?

    BY Lynette Tan - December 20, 2018

    Most Singaporeans are aware that simply relying on government initiatives such as MedishieldLife or Dependent Protection Schemes to fully cover their insurance needs is not enough. This is why many people take on additional private insurance policies. If you are thinking, […]

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    5 Phases Of Planning For Retirement

    BY Eugene - December 13, 2018

    When we talk about retirement planning, most people only think about the outcome. Few people actually think about the phases that are embedded within retirement planning. Yet, these phases are important in helping us understand the psychology behind retirement planning. […]

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    4 Myths About Insurance That Needs To Be Debunked

    BY Eugene - December 3, 2018

    Insurance is one of those much-maligned financial assets due to the way it was designed and the purpose it was designed for. Insurance also a lot of bad reputation surrounding it. This can be attributed to the fact that bad […]

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    6 Acronyms You Need To Know Before Applying For Your First BTO

    BY admin - November 25, 2018

    Abbreviations and acronyms are commonly used by Singaporeans when we are talking about things that matter to us. From CPF to BTO, there is an acronym for almost everything in a Singaporean’s life. In the case of BTO, there are […]

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    Just Graduated? Here Are 5 Useful Tips That You Got To Know

    BY admin - November 10, 2018

    Finally, after 16 years of formal education, you have graduated. You are now prepared to enter the corporate world to pursue your dreams. We are sure that you are well equipped to conquer your career dreams. But there are some […]

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    Critical Illness Vs Early-Stage Critical Illness Insurance- Do You Need Both?

    BY Lynette Tan - November 2, 2018

    Critical Illness Vs Early-Stage Critical Illness Insurance- Do You Need Both? Do you know that the incidence of cancer in Singapore has risen sharply in recent years? Every day, about 36 people are told that they have cancer. But the […]

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    An Affordable Health Insurance Plan Covering Pre-Existing Conditions

    BY admin - October 31, 2018

    Most of us are familiar with health insurance plan. Usually, the first thing that comes into our mind when anyone mentions health insurance plan is Singapore’s unique Integrated Shield Plan (ISP). This is because we associate ISP with affordable healthcare […]

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    4 Life Stages That Every Singaporean Goes Through And How To Plan For Them

    BY admin - October 20, 2018

    Scientifically, life can be defined into different stages. For Singaporeans, our lives can be easily defined by four life stages: Marriage, Buying A Home, Having Children and Retirement. These are four typical life stages that most Singaporeans will go through. […]

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5 Types Of Startups That Make Our Lives More Convenient

BY Lynette Tan - March 13, 2017

Since the startup revolution, we’ve seen quite a number of new services “disrupt” the traditional way we do things, and some of these services have actually helped many of us save time and money, making life more convenient on a […]

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Considering Whether To Take Up A Renovation Loan? Read This First

BY Lynette Tan - February 2, 2017

Many home-buyers go to great lengths to ensure that they fulfil all the requirements of the debt servicing ratio before making a purchase. Yet, many forget that other than paying for the downpayment and getting a home loan, there is […]

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Does The Lower Interest Rates For Licensed Moneylenders Entice You To Borrow? Read Through The Fine Prints First.

BY Lynette Tan - October 5, 2015

New rules for moneylenders kicked in on 1st October in Singapore. The enhanced controls seek to limit the borrowing costs for borrowers, offering them more protection by ensuring that they are not subjected to exorbitant interest rates and fees. A […]

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Things to Consider before taking a Personal Loan

BY Lynette Tan - July 7, 2015

There are times where you need short term cash to make your cashflow more manageable, such as settling a huge medical bill, paying off your wedding banquet or perhaps to buy a set of furniture for your new home. In […]

Top 10 Things You Are Spending Too Much On

BY Eugene - May 7, 2015

Say you are working class and reporting to work in CBD area, you are bound to spend much more than your counterparts working in industrial area where there are less amenities and much lesser shops to lure their wallets and […]

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5 Reasons why you should refinance your property

BY Eugene - January 21, 2014

5 Reasons why you should refinance your property Refinancing may help you save tens of thousands of dollars by restructuring your debt for lower interest rates for a consistent number of years. Refinancing is a financial strategy to be used […]

What to look for in a Credit Card

BY Eugene - January 7, 2014

What to look for in a Credit Card and not risk becoming a card hoarder Basically what most people will look for in a credit card is one that they do not need to pay any annual fees. But as […]