are you rich enough

Are You Rich Enough?

Do you consider yourself to be rich? Most of you would answer no to that question. You probably live in a fairly average house, drive a pretty normal car and have to save up for holidays, luxuries and your child’s university education. Your life is a world away from the…

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climate change affects insurance premium

Climate Change Affects Insurance Premium

Aside from a few hard-core climate deniers, most of us have woken up in recent years to the fact that we are irreparably damaging our planet and need to do something about it fast. Evidence of climate change is all around us, especially here in Asia. Back in 2014 the…

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World Heart Day: Protect Your Precious Heart

29th September is World Heart Day which aims to spread awareness about cardiovascular disease (CVD), the world’s number one killer. CVD, which includes heart disease and stroke, claims an astounding 17.9mn lives a year so anything we can do to prevent and control it has got to be a good…

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Financial Planning As A Subject In Schools

Whoever you are and whatever you do, financial literacy is a critical life skill. All of us need to know the money management basics such as how debt works, why it’s a bad idea to go on a spending spree with a credit card, how to budget within our means…

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Financial Planner Is Your Sports Coach

With the Rugby World Cup now less than a week away, you can imagine how the preparation has been cranking up for the 20 teams who will be heading to Japan to fight it out for the Webb Ellis Cup. The players will have been in the throes of intense…

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15 Unspoken Benefits Of University Education

As any parent of a teenager thinking about further education will tell you, the cost of a degree is gasp-inducingly expensive. A home or EU undergraduate will, for example, pay £9,250 in fees in the 2019-20 academic year for the privilege of an Oxford University education, while overseas students will…

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8 Things About Health Insurance

Health insurance is an equally contentious subject. Many people don’t see the point in investing in a comprehensive health insurance policy although we think that is absolute madness considering the skyrocketing cost of healthcare, which is rising far ahead of inflation. Others have false ideas regarding what they are covered…

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Cost Affects University Education Decision

A level results came out in the UK last week with over 300,000 students finding out whether they had made the grade. Fewer students received A and A* grades this year with a drop of 0.9 percentage points, the biggest fall since records began. 25.5% of grades were in the…

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