Monthly archive for May 2016

How Well Do I Understand My Employee Benefits Cover?

Insurance Plan for Expatriate in Singapore AAM Advisory

Perhaps the most complicated employee benefit to determine adequate coverage for is medical insurance. Although many expats employed in Singapore have employer provided cover, the question is; to what extent are you covered and how will your policy respond in a time of need?

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Six Things You Need to Know To Protect Your Family

On 23rd June 2016, Ian Black – AAM Head of Wealth Solutions – will explore the 6 steps to the perfect financial plan to ensure that you get what you want out of life and that the unexpected does not derail your plans.

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Will Your Final Salary Pension Pay You What You Are Expecting in Retirement?

Final Salary (DB) pension plans were the cornerstone of employer provided retirement benefits for many years. Recently, however, issues of financial solvency have put the availability of these benefits in question.

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New in Town? 8 Crucial First Steps for the Singapore Expatriate

Moving to another country can be a harrying experience, especially when it comes to your finances. The good news is that Singapore is the financial hub of Asia – whatever services you need, you can find the best providers in the world. All you have to do is make sure you cover this checklist of crucial concerns.

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The Australian Budget 2016 – The Threat to your Super

On 27th May 2016, Ian Black – Head of Wealth Solutions – will discuss the changes introduced in the recent Australian Budget, how it will impact you and what you can do about it, focusing on the actions you should take to protect yourself from ever increasing taxes, both whilst overseas and after you return to Australia.

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Which Comes First: Saving for Retirement? Or Your Children’s Education?

When money is tight, you have to make choices. Which is why if you’re putting money away towards your children’s further education whilst trying to save for your retirement, you may well wonder – what should be the priority? Assuming that you may not be in the position to fund both goals, financial experts generally will always tell you that retirement should be your first savings priority. Why you ask? The arguments below should convince you.

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