How to use fintech to
level up your wealth

Singaporeans are taking things up a level by using digital tools to manage their finances. Here’s how to make financial tech your superpower.

Financial planning can be daunting. Thanks to the wonders of technology, you can always make the most of fintech – a combination of “financial” and “technology” – to help chart your wealth goals and manage your finances, no matter your life stage.

Did you know that Singaporeans are using digital solutions to manage their finances? In fact, our recent Digital for 100 study suggests that technology has made the greatest impact on their finances, compared to other aspects of their lives.

Our proficiency in using fintech applications is impressive as well. For instance, up to 85 per cent of those surveyed for the report use fintech like banking apps and financial management websites. In addition, 33 per cent say that fintech helps them manage their investments, while 27 per cent use technology to lend a digital hand with personal financial planning.

Building your wealth the digital way

Building your wealth the digital way

It doesn’t matter if you are a working parent or a pre-retiree. At Prudential, we are constantly evolving our solutions and personal finance management services to enable you to get the most out of life.

You can use the Pulse by Prudential digital health and wellness app and its Wealth@Pulse features, for example, to assess your financial health and set wealth goals based on your aspirations. You can even find answers to your queries on financial planning – all in one place, right on your phone!

Here are six ways Pulse helps makes financial planning easier and more convenient.

  1. Ruby – Ruby is your personal AI digital assistant who will support you in your financial planning journey, alongside your Financial Consultant.

  2. Grow My Wealth – Customise, set, and monitor your wealth objectives for the future and receive data-driven suggestions based on the information you’ve provided.

  3. My Assets – Access this dashboard for a singular “360” view of your insurance plans in savings, protection, and investment with Prudential.

  4. Wealth Score – Use this tool to assess and gain deeper insights into your financial health.

  5. Budgeting Tool – Finding it hard to monitor your expenses? Track and manage your budgeted spending with this nifty tool.

  6. Financial Education – Discover a wealth of content to help you learn more about investing, saving, and financial management.

Take a sneak peek at Wealth@Pulse

Whether you’re saving up for your child’s education or looking for better financial security, Wealth@Pulse is just one click away.

To start powering up your financial planning journey, download the app here and take charge of your wealth today.

This article is for your information only and does not consider your specific investment objectives, financial situation or needs. We recommend that you seek advice from a Prudential Financial Consultant before making a commitment to purchase a policy. Information is correct as at 18 Oct 2022.

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