Rising and Intensifying– The Urgency For Retirement Planning

May 16, 2011 6 Comments by
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I have good news, and a piece of bad news to share. Good one? The average life span for both genders is extending and we generally can feel safe to say that we are able to live to an older age compared to our ancestors. Sounds interesting and great! What’s the bad news? The bad [...]

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Things You Should Know Before Making A Nomination

May 16, 2011 2 Comments by
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Would I be correct to say that when someone places commitment to a life insurance policy, the very main concern of that person would be to ensure that his loved ones are always well provided for because his loved ones will need funds as soon as possible to cover for legal, medical and other expenses, [...]

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How We Can Still Communicate to Families and Loved Ones After Death?

Apr 17, 2014 No Comments by
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They say that there are two inevitable in life. First one is of course, death, and that the second one that followed is actually tax, taxes. The government has a solution in placed for those who pass away without a Will. Check what this solution is and ask yourself if you want to apply this solution or apply your freedom to decide for your wealth.

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How you can use NLP teaching in your quest for Financial Freedom?

Apr 01, 2014 No Comments by
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People have all sorts of strategies being employed in their pursuit towards financial freedom and yet most likely than not, they will not have a certainty of being able to achieve that ultimate goal when all is said and done. In this article, we look at how NLP can be leveraged to help in our pursuit for financial freedom.

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Keep Your Best Employees with Effective Talent Retention Policy

Jan 08, 2014 No Comments by
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It is widely accepted that in a globalized world, businesses are faced by intensive competition. Business entities compete against each other with various strategies, with various type of assets. Some compete with intangible assets such as brand power, patented technology etc; while some would attack competition with aggressive price cutting measure, with acquisition tangible asset [...]

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News: Janet Yellen The New Chief

Jan 07, 2014 No Comments
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Janet Yellen. You may think that this is just a name referring to a lady. Think again. Janet Yellen is more than just that. In fact, she has just made history. Janet Yellen is trending name as she will join the ranks of the most powerful economic policy makers in the world next month, taking [...]

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Anita Mui Remembered

Dec 31, 2013 No Comments
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This year marks the 10-th year (Today is the exact anniversary indeed) since Hong Kong’s beloved Cantopop Star Anita Mui Yim-Fong demise from cervical cancer.  We have come through a full decade since her death and when that happened, her obituary dominated headlines in Hong Kong. Now, a series of events, many kind-hearted words and [...]

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Bitcoin: Should You Invest In It Yet?

Dec 28, 2013 No Comments
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Bitcoin. You may have already heard of it many times, but you may still have doubts on it’s validity and long term prospect. Whether you are one of the bitcoin believers or advocates, or one of the bitcoin doubters, this does nothing to discount the fact that bitcoin have been gaining traction and strong momentum [...]

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EPF’s New Move to Ensure Sustainable Retirement

Dec 27, 2013 No Comments
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Everyone will have a list of new year resolution stepping into 1-Jan-2014, the same is true for The Employees Provident Fund (EPF). Effective from 1-Jan-2014, EPF have a big heart to help Malaysian in achieving a sustainable retirement, as they move to revise the minimum basic savings any EPF member should have in their account [...]

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News Release: US Federal Reserve Starts “Mild Tapering”

Dec 19, 2013 No Comments
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WASHINGTON — Coming out from The Federal Reserve’s (The Fed) Open Market Committee Meeting (FOCM), The Fed’s chairman, Mr. Bernanke announced that The Federal Reserve on Wednesday agreed to softly pare back its asset purchases by $10 billion, taking the first step in unwinding its controversial bond buying program starting JAN 2014. The market and investors [...]

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Saving Plans: What You Weren’t Told

Aug 27, 2013 No Comments
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Many of us are no stranger when you hear people use the phrase “Saving Plans”. Saving plans are usually used in referencing to a type of product normally seen marketed by your insurance advisor (some may conveniently use the designation of Wealth Planner, Life Planner, Life Planning Advisor, etc, but they are really insurance agent [...]

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Do you really get the % as advertised?

Aug 27, 2013 No Comments
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Financial Institutions, Banks have been competing amongst their peer to attract savings as they are preparing to strengthen their balance sheet, so its getting common that we are seeing advertisements on FD rate in newspaper, magazines, radios, websites, social media etc. Before we decide how much savings to be pledged to these “Great Deal”, there’s [...]

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