Money Advice that Don’t Grow Old

Many recommendations I’ve made are as applicable today as they will be in future, and they bear repeating. Here are some of the best financial moves for you to consider: 1. Understanding and managing your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about money is as important as understanding how money works. Our brains are programmed to make […]

A Quick Guide To Retirement Planning

Many people work their entire lives with one goal in mind – retirement. It’s one of the most important life events that is experienced by most people. From a personal and financial perspective, achieving an easy, well-funded retirement is a lifelong process that requires early planning and commitment to a long-term goal. Once you reach retirement […]

How Can You Cope With Long Term Care?

I would like to share with you the story of two friends of mine, who are in distress because their parents require long term care. George and Joanne are a married couple in their late 40s. George just put his parents in a nursing home, which costs $2,000 per person every month. At the same […]

4 Reasons Why People Underestimate Their Retirement Savings Need

A DBS survey of 800 people in 2014 showed that: 73 per cent of the people polled plan to retire between 55 and 65, with an average savings of $571,715. At the same time, more than 85 per cent of those polled expect to live on a retirement income of $3,500 per month for the next 15 […]