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45% of retirees say they regret not planning their finances for retirement earlier: Great Eastern survey

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan9/6/2021 7:4 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
45% of retirees say they regret not planning their finances for retirement earlier: Great Eastern survey
When saving up for retirement, Alvin Yeo, a financial services director at Great Eastern recommends the 50/30/20 income rule.
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A survey conducted by Great Eastern found that financial stability was strongly linked to contentment during retirement.

Of the 304 respondents surveyed in May 2021, 60% regretted how they planned their retirement in hindsight.

Another 45% regretted not planning for their retirement earlier.

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