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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

The 10 Money Management Rules You Need For Your Relationship To Thrive

Published by Autumn on 6 April, 2021 All of us have our goals and dreams. Most of us may aspire to get married and have family goals, such as starting our own families and being able to take care of our parents when they are older.  Regardless of what they may be, they give us something we can focus our energy on and work towards. Getting married comes with big responsibilities and many financial obligations. One of the most important factors of a successful marriage is knowing how to manage your money and working together to achieve your

A 7-Step Financial Checklist To Get You Started On Your Financial Journey

Published by Autumn on 6 April, 2021 Financial planning need not be complex if you break it up into smaller steps. When take one step at a time, planning for the future doesn’t seem daunting anymore. You don’t need a lot to start building your wealth - the important thing is to start now regardless of which life stage you are at. Here’s a 7-step financial checklist to get you started. 1. Set realistic money goals for the year Instead of setting a resolution you won’t stick to, give yourself specific goals instead. If you’re stuck on setting

5 Ways To Improve Your Financial Health Especially When You Are In Your 40s

Published by Autumn on 31 March, 2021 What is the state of your financial health? Do you aspire to be on F.I.R.E (Financially Independent & Retire Early)?  When is a good time to start taking stock of your financial health? It’s never too late to start working on your financial health, even when you are in your 40s. The 40s could be a golden decade for most people - armed with the benefit of a formal education combined with actual working experience; you’ve had time to clear your student loans and are now at the peak of your

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