Busting some myths on cancer insurance in Singapore.

It’s been a while since we did a piece on cancer and critical illness insurance. Heading into 2020, we thought it was time to talk about ‘The Big C’ again. There are a few myths that need busting when it comes to cancer and critical illness insurance. Let’s take a look at what they are! […]

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How do I know if I have Enough Life Insurance in Singapore?

Have you taken the time to sit down and plan how much money your family would need if you or your partner were no longer able to do their job? Being an expat and living away from your usual support networks means that you need to be a bit more thoughtful about your life planning. […]

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True Financial Freedom

I have worked in the space of female financial empowerment now for almost two decades, and it is still startling to me the lack of awareness that remains around financial security – for both men and women. Far too many women expect their partners to have this all figured out, when in reality money is […]

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Critical Illness

The Big C: Cancer and why you need Critical Illness Cover

The Big C. No one likes talking about it, yet we are all affected by it either directly or indirectly.  Cancer is possibly one of the most common critical illnesses we encounter and worldwide, the rate of diagnoses is expected to rise by 50% by 2030. With this in mind, while cancer used to be […]

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Term Life Insurance: What is it and why do I need it?

Thinking about getting some Singapore life insurance? Are you unsure how you go about getting expat life insurance here and what that even means? We get it. This stuff can be dead confusing.  Insurance sales people are the best trained on Earth and yet far too often you will be convinced to buy a policy […]

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Should you buy life insurance through work?

 

Should I Buy My Life Insurance Through Work?

 

Many employers in Singapore will offer basic life insurance to their employees as part of the overall employee benefits package. This is particularly the case for expats working here in Singapore. The life insurance usually equates to a multiple of the annual salary, usually between 2 and 4 times.

 

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