Are you Prepared to Live to 100?

With better healthcare and technology, living to 100 is becoming a real possibility. How does this affect our retirement plans?

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Key Eldercare Stages: Financial Planning Considerations

Are you part of the sandwich generation? Learn more about key eldercare stages and financial planning considerations to help you support yourself, your children and parents.

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Advice from a Leader: What are some wealth accumulation plans to consider?

Wealth building is something that should interest everyone. It allows you to keep up with inflation and grow it. Achieve this easily with Wealth@Pulse.

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Breathing new life into your golden years

Retirement is a stage of life that everyone will eventually experience. Here’s how you can enjoy your golden years without worry.

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5 ways to boost your energy levels

Heading back to the office? Here are 5 ways to boost your energy levels to help you stay sharp throughout the day.

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Woes of the sandwich generation: How much do you need to support your children and parents?

Are you a part of the sandwich generation? Or will you become part of it soon? Be better prepared by adhering to these few tips.

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How you can start living more sustainably

Adopting a sustainable lifestyle is gaining popularity worldwide, fronted by environmentalists embracing practical actions to lead the cause. Here’s how you can be a part of the green movement. Across the globe, climate change and the depletion of natural resources are driving a growing interest among consumers to lead a more sustainable lifestyle. These findings were established through Globescan’s study on understanding the mindsets of people around the world; particularly what allows or prohibits them from being more sustainable in their everyday lives. A healthy majority of people — some 61% — are ready and willing to adjust their current lifestyle to fit a more sustainable approach in a bid to enhance their lives, that of others around them and for the better good of the environment. Perhaps more encouragingly, 31% expressed that they have already made significant shifts in their lifestyle habits to reflect a more environmentally-conscious one. Taking this step does not necessarily mean making major upheavals to your daily routine. With small, calculated changes, there are practical ways you can adopt a more sustainable lifestyle.

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Longevity is your friend in retirement planning

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Saving for various financial objectives may sound daunting but once you get started, half the battle is won.

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Sustainable investment: An unstoppable trend

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Growing commitment to sustainability is rapidly driving a reallocation of capital among assets owners and investors.

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Looking ahead: A deep dive into Asia

Following on from our 2021 Mid-year outlook report, our investment teams provide a deeper dive into Asia, offering their insights on the macro backdrop as well as the opportunities in the region over the next six months and beyond.

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2021 Mid-Year Outlook

Asia, the epicentre of this virus, has handled the outbreak with varying degrees of success.

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4 considerations when buying a critical illness plan

For basic hospital bills, your insurance policy has you covered. But do you have a critical illness plan in place to protect you from life-threatening illnesses?

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Building resilience in children through emotional intelligence

Life for families is not what it used to be — and even young children will have sensed this. From less time spent playing outside and isolation from friends and relatives, to the sudden switch to home-based learning and uncertainty around exams at local and international schools as major tests were cancelled, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of children throughout 2020.

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Living Life On Their Own Terms

For many of us, growing up, we assumed that our lives would follow a similar path as our parents’: a long career at a company after concluding our studies, followed by a well-deserved retirement.

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Wealth Planning During Recovery in Singapore from the Pandemic

As the daily number of new community cases in Singapore has declined significantly, our country has eased the guidelines progressively. Undeniably, the pandemic has changed people’s lives, including their travel and lifestyle habits, but this has become the new norm globally.

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Asian healthcare : Poised for growth

Asia, the epicentre of this virus, has handled the outbreak with varying degrees of success.

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How to improve your immune system: 5 superfoods in Singapore

People are conscious of maintaining their health and their immunity.

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Financial advice for families: how to invest and insure now

As modern parents setting out to create a good financial plan, we need to wrap our heads around the cost of raising a child in Singapore, maintaining our life goals for our families and how to build wealth along the way.

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Family finances: staying ahead of the expense of raising kids

Everyone knows being a parent is a life-changing and enriching experience, but it can also be daunting in the terms of what to provide for the child beyond basic needs, education and life skills for the future.

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The cost of raising a child in Singapore: we explore the financial truth

Parenthood is a rewarding yet expensive journey. Join us as we explore what it takes.

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How to make the mid-career switch you’ve been dreaming about

There are many reasons someone may want to leave not just their job, but their entire industry.

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Kids and cash: life skills to teach your children about money

While most parents in Asia believe money management skills are important for their kids, few actually think their children possess such skills. Marc Fancy, executive director of the Prudence Foundation shares how parents can change this with the help of Cha-Ching, a children’s financial literacy programme offered by the foundation.

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How to curate your retirement playlist

Building a retirement nest egg is like putting together a great party playlist — you need the right mix. Learn how here.

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5 habits to build a successful work from home environment

We’re all having to WFH (work from home) more than ever; but once the initial thrill of flexi working wears off it can be a stressful time.

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How to turn family time into a learning experience with deeper connection

Many parents are spending more time with their kids than ever before, as the world adjusts to a new reality.

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3 Tips to Stay On Top of Your Mental and Physical Game

Embrace a healthy lifestyle and stay at your mental and physical peak by taking care of your mind and body.

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Planning your retirement: 4 top tips on how to have your sandwich and eat it too

Are you part of the “sandwich generation”? Here are tips on how to handle your financial responsibilities and also grow your retirement nest egg.

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Reinventing your career for a longer, more exciting, lifetime

Professor Andrew Scott and other experts debunk myths around ageing and career, challenging us to rethink work, retirement and longevity

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Skydiving Aged 102: Are You Ready for Your Golden Years?

Singaporeans are living longer. What does that mean for your future plans, finances and health?

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Invest Like Sun Tzu: Lessons to Help Shape Your Finances

What can Sun Tzu, a Chinese philosopher-general born in 496BC, teach you about active investing and trading?

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Use Your Smartphone to Exercise Your Body (And Your Mind)

You use your smartphone to shop, and for banking — why not use it to lose weight, get fit, and expand your mind?

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CIO David Chua on the importance of succession planning

Prudential’s Chief Investment Officer (CIO), David Chua, shares his views on estate planning and why it’s crucial to have a proper wealth transfer plan in place.

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Towards financial wellness: Set your priorities and commit to plan

No need to fear a long life, commitment to a financial plan will help you look to the future with confidence and optimism.

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