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Survey shows Singaporeans are ill-prepared for end of life and incapacitating events: STEP

Lim Hui Jie
Lim Hui Jie7/21/2020 12:25 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Survey shows Singaporeans are ill-prepared for end of life and incapacitating events: STEP
Have you made a will to ensure your assets are taken care of after you pass on? A survey reveals over half of Singaporeans have not.
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SINGAPORE (July 21): Singaporean adults need to ensure they are better prepared for end-of-life events and incapacity, says STEP, a global association for organisations or individuals advising families across generations.

This comes after STEP’s survey that found 28% out of 495 respondents have completed their wills, and only 14% of respondents have them updated.

A further 56% of respondents have not done up their wills, while the remaining 16% say their wills were currently “under development”.

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