Dreaming for a happy retirement? It is far easier to dream about the perfect retirement in Singapore than it is to plan for it. If you start planning early, your golden years may be every bit as enjoyable as you envision it to be. Whether it is spending time with your family, travelling the world, or refining your golf swing, having a steady income means you will have fewer worries about supporting your retirement.
Start planning for your retirement early to live the retirement lifestyle you look forward to with our range of retirement insurance plans in Singapore.
A flexible plan that provides monthly income after your premium payment term and accumulation period. Choose between a premium payment term of five or ten years, and receive monthly income for ten, twenty or thirty years from the end of the chosen accumulation period.
A limited pay savings plan that provides yearly cashback immediately after your premium payment term. Choose between a premium payment term of five or ten years, and enjoy a lump sum maturity benefit when you reach 85 years old.
Secure a lifetime income for your loved ones and those important to you. Build either a lifetime income stream that will go beyond your future generation, or a passive income for a lifetime to maintain the retirement lifestyle you want.
A lifetime plan that offers a lifetime of yearly cashback after paying premiums for the first five years. Additionally, get at least 105% of the Total Yearly Premium paid as a death benefit in the case of an unfortunate incident.
According to most experts, your retirement income should be around 80% of your pre-retirement annual income. For example, if you have an annual income of $100,000, you'll need at least $80,000 annually to maintain a comfortable retirement life.
However, to estimate how much retirement income you need, you must first be aware of your retirement objectives. Imagine the sort of lifestyle you wish to have when you retire, and most importantly, what retirement means to you. Being realistic, as well as having precise and quantifiable retirement objectives, may allow you to have a more accurate evaluation of how much you need to set aside.
A life insurance plan that provides both savings and much-needed insurance protection is another option you may consider. You may, for example, construct your retirement savings with a savings insurance by setting aside a sum of money on a monthly or yearly basis over a certain period of time. Furthermore, it may potentially give better returns than bank deposit interest rates, allowing you to create more considerable retirement savings in a shorter period of time.
It is also important to remember that even if you begin to save for retirement, a significant medical bill might wipe away a large chunk of your hard earned money. As a result, it is crucial to ensure that you have enough medical insurance protection.
Our Financial Adviser Representatives are able to help you with a financial health check and assess your earnings & expenditures, liabilities & assets, and provide their expertise on what you can do to meet your retirement lifestyle plans better.