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Expat Insurance in Singapore

You’re going to work or study in Singapore for a few years but your company/school will not provide insurance for you and it makes you definitely worried about your financial situation if someday, something happens to you. 77 more words

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A Little Something

Originally posted 9/15/2012.

A little something to chew on:
I’m neither Italian nor Mescalero,
and also both.  

A little something no one wants to hear.  389 more words

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You and Your Family will Need these Umbrellas.

A good investment pays best when needed the most. This is why we prioritise protection plans to be recommended to our clients among other plans. We want to make sure that you will always be financially ready in facing whatever will happen in your future because life is so uncertain, which is why we have to bring umbrella before it starts raining. 491 more words

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How to Buy Insurance in Singapore | A Guide for Foreigners who Don't Live in Singapore

The rapid growth of Singaporean Economy attracts many investors from all over the world, especially South East Asia, to invest their money in this country. It has been very clear that foreign investors are attracted by strong and stable currencies (SGD & USD) which is managed by a good government to give the assurance that their investment will be safe (read  270 more words

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5 Main Reasons Why Foreigners are Recommended to Invest in Singapore

Simple answer: It’s profitable and safe.

Long answer: Singapore is known for integrity, quality, reliability, productivity, rule of law, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. These assets are essential in the knowledge economy. 487 more words

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A breath of fresh air

Fresh air was the order of the day for patients at the newly opened Carrington Centennial Hospital for Convalescents and Incurables at Camden in 1890. The hospital followed the latest methods in medical practice and building architecture from Victorian England based on the writings and approach advocated by Florence Nightingale. 1,666 more words

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