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For many, getting sick inevitably comes as the weather changes. But with so much talk about coronavirus going around, you may start to feel concerned.
But it’s not all rainbows and butterflies upon retirement - there are still many things that can go wrong financially. It’s best to be informed so that you’ll know what to anticipate when you retire.
Instead of being years off, your retirement is suddenly happening right now. Asking your advisor these questions can help you manage the transition.
While traditional study abroad destinations may not be affordable for every family, there are quite a few emerging places to choose from.
Getting married could be expensive. And it’s easy to miss some items while completing your things-to-do list. To help you stay within your budget, here are six unexpected expenses you might have overlooked.
The Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme (hereafter referred to as “VHIS” or “the Scheme”) has come into being. What are the implications for you? Click below for the answers to the questions you may have:
If you think you only need medical insurance when you’re getting older and your body is slowing down, think again. In fact, the younger you get medical insurance the better. Here’s why.
Making healthy life choices, like exercising regularly, reduces your risk of developing Type II diabetes, a debilitating disease that can shorten your life. And keeping fit with family and friends might be the secret.
Processed red meat such as sausages, and bacon are among Hongkongers’ favorite foods. But did you know that a sausage could affect the health of your colon?
In traditional Chinese thinking, “one needs to have a house before getting married”, but Hong Kong property prices are so high, is this dream simply unreachable? Difficult to achieve, doesn’t mean impossible though. So here are nine tips for buying a home before you get married.