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Covid-19 cited as 'key trigger' for retirement planning among Singaporeans - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Covid-19 cited as 'key trigger' for retirement planning among Singaporeans

The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted Singaporeans to re-evaluate their attitudes towards retirement and retirement planning, especially those between 31 to 40 years old, according to a survey conduct

Fu Yu Corporation founders to retire - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Fu Yu Corporation founders to retire

Fu Yu Corporation’s co-founders, Ching Heng Yang, Tam Wai and Ho Nee Kit, on Jan 22, announced their retirement from the company.

Singtel's Chua Sock Koong to retire; Yuen Kuan Moon to succeed as Group CEO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singtel's Chua Sock Koong to retire; Yuen Kuan Moon to succeed as Group CEO

After 31 years with Singtel, group CEO Chua Sock Koong will be retiring on January 1, 2021.

Millennials more prepared for retirement than their older peers: Prudential Singapore - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Millennials more prepared for retirement than their older peers: Prudential Singapore

Three in five or 61% of Singaporeans aged between 25 and 34 are confident of having enough funds to support themselves and their family during retirement.

Succession planning

Do you have enough to retire on your own?

SINGAPORE (May 22): Almost half of Singaporeans are expecting for their family to care for them in retirement, according to the findings of a survey conducted by St.

Investing strategies for women

Investing 101

An investment guide for women: How to enter the stock market, and mistakes to avoid

SINGAPORE (6 Mar): The trading floor has historically been a man’s world, filled with a ma

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Hong Kong investors snap up affordable property in Malaysia with an eye on retirement

(June 18): Homebuyers in Hong Kong are looking at Malaysian property as second homes and for retirement, with Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johor Bahru garnering a lot of interest because of affordable

Ageing

CPF not enough: How will elderly Singaporeans find the $1,379 a month needed to thrive?

SINGAPORE (June 14): Researchers in Singapore have determined that an elderly person living alone would need $1,379 every month to maintain a basic standard of living.

Ageing

Get ready to support older Singaporeans, one way or another

SINGAPORE (June 17): Researchers in Singapore have determined that $1,379, down to the dollar, is what an elderly person living alone would need every month to thrive in today’s Singapore.

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