Scale Back Your Debts Before You Retire – Don’t Let Debts Mar Your Golden Years
A very common assumption among people is that retirement is equivalent to being debt free. All your credit cards have zero balances, your home mortgage is paid off and you only have a car payment as you’ve got some amazing financing deal from the dealership. When you thought of retiring, a mortgage payments wasn’t certainly […]
Is Lack of Adequate Income When You Retire A Concern For You As Well?
I was on Facebook surfing around when I saw this Interesting Poll Question done up by AIA Singapore FB Page and this was what’s been asked… And seems like there is a good number of people who are concerned about having enough to spend or to last through their Retirement, followed by the concern to […]
It’s The Time Of The Year – Month For Holiday, Spending & Bonus
Yeah! It’s the time of the year where people have already planned (and went) their holidays, made out a long list of items to buy (to pamper themselves or just anybody in mind) and collecting their well deserved bonus! And in the usual Financial Planning sense – if you are one of those who are fond of spending away your […]
Welcome The Year 2013 By Becoming Wealthier And Healthier
It’s the time of the year again where you and I recall what we have done wrong, what we have done well and what we could have done better… In a short moment’s time… we will be saying good bye to the year 2012 and welcoming the year 2013! As Usual… Some Questions To Ask […]
Are You Financially Planned In 2011 And Prepared For 2012?
In just a few hours, we will be saying goodbye to Year 2011 and welcoming 2012… how are you, in the financial planning aspects? Some Questions To Reflect Back In 2011 If you are not too sure of your current state, here’s some general questions that you can ask yourself and it’s also a good […]