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6 Things To Do When Writing A Will And Planning To Leave Behind Your Legacy To Loved Ones

Published by Autumn on June 23, 2021 It’s only normal that people are more focused on the wonders and worries of your regular daily life to focus on what happens to you (and your assets) once you pass on. Preparing for your eventual passing – and writing a will – can be a daunting and uneasy task for many. In Singapore, when you pass away without a will, your estate and assets will be distributed according to the Intestate Succession Act. When this happens, the law dictates who gets what – in a way that you may or

Autumn Conversations: “The One Best Investment I Have Made” by Timothy Ho

Published by Autumn on June 23, 2021 What Made You Decide On Your Career? I got interested in economics and finance during my National Service days. In particular, I was fascinated on how these topics affect us on an individual level. The idea for DollarsAndSense was something my co-founder and I had in university and we went ahead to launch the website in 2012 after graduation. The mission of DollarsAndSense is to help people make better financial decisions. When we started, we didn’t think that we will go full-time to build a digital media company. It was only

The 4 Things You Need to Have Figured Out By 40

Published by Autumn on June 07, 2021 There’s no denying the overwhelming amount of pressure society places on us to achieve things by a certain age. Social media doesn’t help, either. But if you take a step back and cast your sight further, there is more than just material achievements.  Here’s a simple guide on what you need to have figured out by 40.  1. Your Retirement Plan Palms trees…the salty smell of the sea…a piña colada in hand…while this sounds like a dream, don’t beat yourself up if you’re just getting started or you haven’t met some

4 Super Simple Ways To Start Investing

Published by Autumn on June 04, 2021 Want to start investing but don’t have a huge sum of money? Don’t worry, starting small is better than not starting at all. You don’t always have to start with lump sum investment. In fact, it might not always be the best. There are many several kinds of investment methods that you can consider and choose one that best suits help you achieve your needs and goals. As a first-time investor, here are some key concepts that will benefit you greatly: A good understanding of the effect of compounding A healthy

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