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Financial Planning for “Singles”

By Esther Lee

When it comes to financial planning, “single” doesn’t mean unattached. Rather, it means that you are the only person providing income for yourself. People who are unmarried, divorced, single parents, or widowed can all be considered single.

Today, the number of singles in Singapore is on the rise. Modernisation, and the rise in educational levels, are two of the main contributing factors. Some choose to remain unattached as this allows them to follow lifelong pursuits of a cause or passion…

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