Financial Caregiving: How To Handle Family Disputes About Ageing Parents

Financial Caregiving: How To Handle Family Disputes About Ageing Parents

Providing care for an aging parent or loved one can be a rewarding experience. However, it is also considered one …

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Paying For Dementia Care – How to Plan Ahead

Paying For Dementia Care – How to Plan Ahead

In Malaysia, the estimated number of dementia cases is projected to reach 261,000 in 2030 and 509, 000 in 2050. It is prudent that we consider our potential encounter with dementia and make feasible financial plans if/when one faces dementia.

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When Having A Will Is Like Not Having A Will

When Having A Will Is Like Not Having A Will

When a person passes on without informing anyone about the will he or she has written, the family situation becomes volatile due to inheritance disputes. Situations like this renders having a will akin to not having a will.

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Paying For Aged Care: Supporting Ageing-In-Place With Healthcare & Affordable Housing

Paying For Aged Care: Supporting Ageing-In-Place With Healthcare & Affordable Housing

Affordable housing is more than merely the ability to pay off the house loan. It’s also being able to meet long-term care costs – such as assisted daily living, rehab and medical care – when needed, apart from basic living needs like food, clothing and transportation.

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Paying for Care: Can Malaysians Afford it?

Paying for Care: Can Malaysians Afford it?

The retirement lifestyle is all the rage these days. While choosing either to age in your own home or move into a retirement village is a matter of lifestyle choices – the fact is: receiving care isn’t a lifestyle, it is a need.

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Paying For Aged Care: Trends & Challenges

Paying For Aged Care: Trends & Challenges

To fully capitalise on the trend of self-directed purchases of services, we need to work out the flaws in our aged care infrastructure – namely our payment options.

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Estate Planning in Real Life: Why It Matters To You

Estate Planning in Real Life: Why It Matters To You

Estate planning is not just for the wealthy. It is for anyone who has any level of wealth and wishes to bequeath convenience, comfort and privacy to their loved ones instead of putting them through an agonising ordeal which might become very nasty and very public.

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6 Top Habits To Beat Rising Costs

6 Top Habits To Beat Rising Costs

The rising costs of living is deaf to complaints. We would have to deal with rising costs with real action – action that directly affect our finances and ability to live well in the face of inflation.

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Customers need freedom and opportunities for old-age provision

Customers need freedom and opportunities for old-age provision

Years of persistently low interest rates with virtually no prospect of returns have hit security-oriented savers hard. As a result, many are questioning if they can continue to rely on life and pension insurance to finance their capital requirements in old age.

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Scams: Why do we fall for it?

Scams: Why do we fall for it?

Why do people keep getting scammed again and again despite the red flags? Some may be inclined to say that if you haven’t learnt your lesson from the first time, you probably deserve it. The reality is much more complicated.

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Investing for Retirement – Local or Abroad?

Investing for Retirement – Local or Abroad?

Your retirement fund is critical to ensuring your quality of life and ability to live with dignity as you go down the journey of ageing. Hence, your decisions to make investments is especially critical at this stage in life.

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Willing But Too Late

Willing But Too Late

Chris is frantic. He was supposed to meet with Mr Lee fifteen minutes ago but he is nowhere near the Lee residence. 45 minutes later, he was in front of the Lee residence. The maid came to the gate and she was not her usual cheery self. “Sir is in hospital,” she said.

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5 Insurance Plans That You Need in Your Golden Years

5 Insurance Plans That You Need in Your Golden Years

As medical technology and pharmaceutical solutions advance, people are living longer than ever. In Malaysia, the average life expectancy of …

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What price good health?

What price good health?

Written By Project M Good health is priceless; bad health tends to be expensive. In these days of an aging …

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The Missing Retirement Income Mind-set

The Missing Retirement Income Mind-set

By Richard Wolf After years of political reforms and media warnings, people are now well aware that savings will play …

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Financial Planning: Where are we?

Financial Planning: Where are we?

Effective financial planning at an earlier age on what they want to achieve in life, how to manage personal finances, careful planning and choosing the right financial products to implement these plans is key.

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What Does Akaun Emas Mean For Your Long-Term Care

What Does Akaun Emas Mean For Your Long-Term Care

Early November 2016, news of the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) officially initiating Akaun Emas was announced in newspapers and is …

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Are You Financially Ready To Face Any Medical Catastrophe In Your Retirement?

Are You Financially Ready To Face Any Medical Catastrophe In Your Retirement?

To ensure you cover all bases in your old age, additional savings must be made to cover outpatient treatments that your medical insurance does not cover. Source: Smart Investor, May 2016, Issue 313

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Long-term Care Plan

Long-term Care Plan

Be prepared. Start planning now so you can enjoy your retirement years with peace of mind.

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Starting A Business In Retirement

Starting A Business In Retirement

Most people think of retirement as the end of their income, but it doesn’t have to be. Although traditionally, retirement …

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