According to a recent study by Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singaporean needs to have $157,206 to $597,052 upon retirement to meet the basic standard of living.
Also, it is more expensive to be living alone when you grow older.
The majority of Singaporeans are covered under the Dependants’ Protection Scheme with little knowledge of what it is exactly. Find out more!
In the year 2018, Singaporeans experienced a gross medical inflation rate of 10%. To help Singaporeans make smarter decisions, we find out which hospital is the cheapest for various hospitalisation treatments.
The odds are NEVER in your favour.
Eligible Singaporeans will be receiving their Merdeka Generation Package this June. Here’s a guide to what are some of the benefits, and who qualifies for it.
Earn $10 Grab Voucher for your contribution to the Seedly Community. Share your experience, help Singaporeans make smarter personal finance decisions.
Kick start your investment journey with as little as $100 a month via a Regular Shares Savings (RSS) Plan. Bonus: find out who provides the cheapest RSS Plan in Singapore!
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