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Can You Maintain Your Lifestyle When You Retire?

When retirement starts, your income stops.

plan now to ensure that you do not outlive your resources.

Is Your Retirement Plan Covering Your Daily Cost Of Living?

Living Expenses
To ensure that your daily expenses such as food, electrical bills are covered
Protect Against Life's Uncertainties
Continue your insurance coverages.
Healthcare Expenses
Take care of your own healthcare expenses, nursing needs.
Emergency Fund
Prepare for breakdowns or emergencies
Leisure
Go on that long awaited holiday to anywhere, anytime.
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In Singapore, only 1 in 4 people has implemented a concrete financial plan for retirement.

Your Retirement Plan in 4 Simple Steps

1. Decide How Much To Save

Calculate how much you would like to save every month
($500, $1000, $2000, etc)

2. Plan Your Saving Term

Decide how long you want to save
(Lump Sum, 5, 10, 15, 20yrs)

3. Plan Your Last Day of Work

Decide your retirement age
(50, 55, 60, 65, 70)

4. Plan Your Payout

Decide how long you want to receive your income payout (5, 10, 15, 20yrs, lifetime)

For Illustration Purpose

Rebecca is 45 year old this year and is planning to set aside about $45 each day to save for her retirement. She has chosen to save for the next 10 years and would like to receive her retirement income only when she reaches the age of 65.

**Minimum saving amount to start a retirement plan goes as low as saving $11 – $14 per day for 10 years**

(Depending on your age)

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