In the recent years, the number of singles has been increasing. There are quite some factors why young Singaporean at age 20 and above still opts to be single. Over 500 young Singaporeans. 18 years old and above, were asked about their view on marriage and their concerns regarding weddings. Marriage is a very serious… Read More
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According to the General Household Survey 2015, most Singaporeans aged 65 and above receive their financial support from their children. Though Singaporeans are busy saving up from their own financial security and retirements, they are still usually concerned with their parents’ own retirement.
We have to face the truth that being a stay at home mom gives people the notion that you will not have money of your own. Your family will have your husband as the sole bread winner, and you will have to be at home to take care of the kids and manage the household, probably with a helper.
What’s next after the proposal and being officially engaged? Brace yourself because weddings in Singapore do not come cheap, and if you are not careful you might be biting more than you can chew, or frankly speaking you might spend too much and create a big debt at the start of your marriage. Not a good kick-off, is it?
Expecting your first baby is welcoming a bundle of joy who is about to see the outside world; however it is not just about baby clothes, toys and room that you have to plan, with all the joy and excitement do not forget to plan your finances. Having a baby brings a large impact on your budget, be ready. Here are 10 tips to be financially prepared.