How to save money in Singapore?
22 February @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Are you always on the lookout for ways to save some cash? (The Expat Living team certainly are!) As Singapore is now THE most expensive country to live in, we need all the help we can get. And that’s why we’ve asked AAM Advisory to give us some top tips on living here and looking after our money.
- Do you want to know the best places to save your hard-earned?
- Do you know if you’re sufficiently insured?
- Do you know if your Will is valid in Singapore and what can happen if you don’t have a temporary guardian for your children?
Come and meet the team from AAM Advisory – Rebecca F Regan, Jacqui McQuillan, Tanya Maher and Claudia Stein. They’ve all lived on the little red dot for more than 10 years, and they have the info you need to ensure you not only make the most of your time in Singapore, but also that you leave with more than just a container of furniture! Cafe Melba will have you covered with delicious coffee, tea and cakes.
We have $50 vouchers for treatments at Skinfitness to give away for the first 30 attendees.
We are also giving out CAT 1 tickets to see Late Company by Pangdemonium, staring Janice Koh of Crazy Rich Asians, to lucky draw winners on the day.
So, start writing your questions now, and we’ll see you on the 22nd of February. Book your ticket below –if you bring a friend your friend comes for free!
WHEN: 10am-11.30am, 22 February
WHERE: Cafe Melba Mediapolis (opposite Tanglin Trust School)
To view the full schedule of events taking place across the month, please visit www.expatliving.sg.
About AAM Advisory
AAM Advisory, recent winners of Best Adviser Firm by region by the International Adviser Best Practice Adviser Awards (Singapore), offers complete financial planning services for expatriates, Permanent Residents and Singaporeans focused around wealth creation and preservation strategies. The company has a team of fully experienced financial representatives backed by a wealth of research, knowledge and expertise servicing over 5,000 clients and in excess of S$1 billion under advisement. AAM Advisory holds a Financial Adviser’s license from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (No. FA100032)