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3 reasons for working with Financial Planners

July 13, 2014 in General

Personal finance is a private affair, not something one would share about easily with another person, especially a stranger. Majority of Singaporeans feel that they are the best persons to handle their own money. This sounds perfectly logical. Still, I would like to suggest 3 reasons to support working with Financial Planners.

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Singapore could now be considered a first world country. The immediate implication is that its citizens experience first world problems.

Working At Home Is Amazing…

April 16, 2014 in General

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There are Many Benefits to working at home and people have their reasons for doing so.

For me here are the main reasons:

  • Had 3 Careers in Corporate America
  • Love spending more time with my family
  • Love to Be My Own Boss
  • Love the Flexibility
  • Love Helping Others
  • There is MONEY to be made!

Along with this is the frustrating part of finding your Niche and or right Parent Company. Working at home isn’t for everyone. Some believe that the business and Money will fall out of the sky and they don’t have to Work for it! Reality check, tat’s so not the case!

The Benefits Of Working With Vancouver General Contractors

March 5, 2014 in General

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My uncle suffers from mental illness that is preventing him from working how can he get help?

June 12, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

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Is social working a good career choice?

May 17, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

I’m majoring in social working but I’m having some doubts. I don’t know how much the salary is because I get all different answers when I try looking it up. Is there anyone that is a social worker or knows the profession well enough to explain the pros & cons to me? I just wanted to know about the different areas I can specialize in and the difference in salary and fields of social working with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree. If anyone could please just explain these few things to me I’d appreciate it greatly! thank you!

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The insurance companies are fighting pretty hard to stop health care reform so it must be because the changes would lower their profits and benefit all of us.
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Are daycare prices worth it or does it make sense to quit working?

May 9, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

I plan to be a SAHM and seeing daycare costs makes me think it’s not worth working.

The daycare I would send my child to costs $680/month for one child and this is middle range price where I live. We plan to have another baby soon, so my daycare bill would be $1200-1400/month for two children.

I make $30,000/year, if I had two children I would pay $14,500 to $17,000 a year in daycare!

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