While there has been an increase in the number of younger people making wills in Singapore , there still seems to be a lingering taboo over the creation of something Singaporeans perceive to be morbid. Unfortunately, as the saying goes, nothing is sure in life except death and taxes, and we all need to realize this fact and plan ahead for the future. Generally, it tends to be a good idea for anyone to create a will. However, it’s even more
Nurturing an honest and educational discussion about money is highly encouraged. It is helpful to share personal saving tips and ways to cushion the challenging economy. However, it is easier to travel deeper into the conversation as you get more familiar with someone. A nosy or rude question about money can push your pleasant discussion into an inaappropriate territory. Prevent judgment or unsolicited advice from coming by considering these approaches: #1: HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU MAKE? One of the
The world is seemingly getting smaller every day. Online platforms, newspapers and financial television stations usually monitor events happening in one country that can have effect on other countries worldwide. People are now updated and interconnected compared to any other time in the history. It is without doubt that globalization has its own advantages, but when economic crisis, global recession, war and trade imbalances occur, it suddenly leads to the idea of making safer investments and working on government deficits.
For the lack of a better term, 2016 was a “rubbish” year for many people around the world. Surprising political and social shifts occurred. Just take a gander at the newly elected President of United States! Nonetheless, most of us are ready to bid farewell to the yesteryear. As you welcome 2017 with a bang, you may build a list of resolutions to signify a clean slate. Give it a go! While many Singaporeans are committing to adjustments surrounding their
STRATEGY #1: REVISE YOUR HOUSEHOLD BUDGET Overspending during the festive season happens to most of us. I cannot blame you! The competitive prices of the shops as well as the constant sales are undeniably tempting. This is why the New Year is a good time to revisit your previous household budget. Understand what went wrong in your current budget to help you succeed in 2017. Start by making a detailed list of your total income. Then, collate all your annual