Complimentary Singapore Financial Advice Guide

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    I am interested in
    Education fee planning,Family protection and insurances,Tax effective savings and investments,Pension audit / retirement planning,Property and mortgages,Wills and estate planning,General financial review

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    It doesn’t matter whether you’re new to Singapore, a seasoned veteran, permanent resident or Singapore citizen, our guide was written with you in mind.

    What can you expect to find in the guide?

    We have broken the guide down into two sections, to increase your learning.

    Section 1: Financial planning
    You will discover unique opportunities that are only available to Singapore residents, with a focus on helping you find ways to improve your financial prosperity.

    • Family and personal protection – If you need life insurance, income protection or critical illness cover, how much do you need and what would be best way for you to arrange it?
    • Retirement planning and savings – Are you on track and do you have enough for what you want?
    • Portfolio planning and investment – Where’s the best place for you to invest to potentially maximise your future returns?
    • Property financing and mortgages – Who do you to talk to and what options are available to you?
    • Taxation and estate planning – What information do you need to know and how do you go about arranging it?
    • Singapore permanent residency – What are the pros and cons you need to be aware of and what do you need to do to proceed?

    Section 2: Living in Singapore
    Get an understanding of the typical expenses and associated costs for you and your family to aid in your personal financial planning.

    • Commencing work in Singapore – Information on immigration and employment, as well as becoming a Singapore permanent resident.
    • Property rental and international schools – Understanding the associated costs and local rental process, plus a comparison of the major international schools and their costs.
    • Typical foreign university fees and expenses – The costs of sending your child to university and housing them in various parts of the world.
    • Buying property – Understanding the process and determining which form of mortgage suits you best.
    • Buying and maintaining a car – The costs will surprise you!
    • Taxes– How much tax do you need to pay based on your income and when?