A FREE Talk to know Medishield Life and Eldershield better

By 1st November 2015, the traditional Medishield scheme will be replaced by Medishield Life. For some folks, especially the older ones, they might want to make sense of the differences better.

After all, some of you would have a private shield plans such as MyShield, PruShield, Healthshield. How does this change affects your private shield plans?

You might have questions such as should you replace these costly private shield with Medishield Life. Is that a sound idea?

Above all, how effective, or how much would a shield plan offset different kind of hospitalization bills?

DIYInsurance.com.sg will be organizing a FREE talk on the 22nd September 7pm to 9.30pm.

If you have questions pertaining to this vital aspect of insurance protection, you might want to leverage on this opportunity to clarify your doubts.

On top of this, they will also be explaining Eldershield, which is a long term care protection that is seldom talked about.

The CEO Christopher Tan and Head of Financial Planning Eddy Cheong would be the presenters at the seminar.

To book your seats, go here to get your FREE tickets by 13 of September

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Details of Event 
Venue: DIYInsurance office, 38 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089616
Date: 22 September 2015, Tuesday
Time: 7:00 – 9:30pm (Registration starts at 6:30pm)
Fee: Complimentary
Nearest MRT station: Tanjong Pagar MRT station
Nearest Carpark: Craig Place Carpark

Speakers’ Profiles

Mr. Christopher Tan (Chief Executive Officer) has close to two decades of experience in the wealth management and financial planning industry. A Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) and a member of the Financial Planning Association of Singapore (FPAS), Christopher also sits on the management committee of Securities Investors Association of Singapore (SIAS). He is often quoted in publications for his expert opinion on financial matters. Christopher has also spoken on financial planning issues to hundreds of entities, both local and overseas, including at the CFA Institute Annual Conference held in Singapore. In 2014, he was appointed by the Singapore Government to be part of the CPF Advisory Panel. Christopher received his Bachelor of Financial Services Degree with Honours from the National University of Ireland. He also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from University of Warwick, which has one of the top business schools in the world.
Mr. Eddy Cheong (Head of Financial Planning) is responsible for overseeing the crafting of financial planning solutions for clients. He is a Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) and member of the Financial Planning Association of Singapore (FPAS). He was a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (ICPAS) from 1997-2012. Eddy brings with him 14 years in the financial planning industry, prior to which he spent two years as Finance Manager in a public-listed company and three years in a local accounting firm. In 2012, he developed the proprietary RetireWell, a pioneer financial planning model that addresses the unique risks retirees face and provides a strategy for creating safe income streams. Eddy is often sought for his expert opinion by the media. He co-authored the “Singapore Master Financial Planning Guide” and holds a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree from Nanyang Technological University.

 

Choose what you compete for. Make sure they are sound.

One common phenomenon that is peculiar to living things is  the need to be competitive. While competition is good, it creates the impetus for progress.

If we are competing on the front that matters in the right way, it is all good. It is nonsensical things such as how many cafes that are notable in Singapore that you have visited, how many countries for holidays you and your spouse have visited, whether you manage to upgrade from a Japanese car to a continental car, then you will have your focus drive to questionable values.

I felt that career competition can be healthy and more often, not taken seriously enough by many chronic underperformers. They expect things to be handed on a silver platter to them and when things do not happen they tell the whole world about it.

What is important is that competition should be made with one self, and for the right thing at the appropriate amount. In the case of career, it is whether you have pushed yourself hard enough to put yourself in that position to progress.

That shift from competing with others, to compete with yourself, take some enlightenment. And I realize not everyone think like that. This requires some independent thinking.

And independent thinking allows you to compete with oneself for the right stuff with the right metrics. Marrying the spouse based on your own criteria not what your friends think should be the norm. Allocate the appropriate amount to building wealth, perhaps 70% instead of the usual 10% allocation. Holding only one of the best credit card for you instead of many. Have the best water filtration system at home compare to others because good water create profound effect.

When you compete, make sure it is for the right stuff.