We make retirement planning simple for everyone
You spoke*, we listened. We took time out to hear about what worries you most. Here are our solutions to your needs and concerns.
64% of Singaporeans believe they can't afford to save for retirement*
For as low as S$39.95 a month, you can start saving for your future. We recommend you to start with what you can afford.
44% of Singaporeans don't want to lock up their money long term*
Our plans allow for flexible withdrawals and payouts before retirement age. Don't feel burdened by it and enjoy your life now.
57% of Singaporeans find it too complicated*
We focus on writing simple articles to educate and empower yourself with what you need to know, without having to deal with sales talk.
Think it's expensive?
Many people think that saving for retirement is out of reach given their current financial situation, but this isn't true.
The power of compound interest
Don't let the thought of saving for retirement prevent you from planning. You don't need to save S$1 million to get S$1 million.
Don't want to lock in large amounts for long periods?
Many people believe that saving means inflexibility, but this isn't true.
Save for tomorrow while enjoying today
We have solutions that provide flexible withdrawals and milestone payouts before retirement age so you don't have to sacrifice life's pleasures today.
Be flexible in case of emergencies
It is possible to save for retirement while being liquid if you need money for something unexpected.
Saving doesn't mean sacrificing forever
There are available plans that only require short-term payments. You only need to pay for 5 years, making the sacrifice more palatable.
Can't make out the Maths and Science of retirement?
Many people are under the impression that saving is hard to understand, but this isn't true.
Professional advice is free
What's better than getting personal advice to help you on your way to retirement bliss?
Don't be intimidated by all the jargon used. We've come up with a glossary of terms to ensure you're prepared to start planning.
Get monthly income, a lump sum amount, or both – to suit your ideal retirement lifestyle.
A retirement plan that comes with disability income coverage should you be unable to perform at least 2 out of 6 Activities of Daily Living.
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*Source: Aviva's Consumer Attitudes Survey 2017