Singapore Financial Consultant Gives HuffPost Fans Free Retirement Planning Book

Singapore Financial Consultant Joanna Leng AWP AEPP urges Huff Post readers about the dangers of being ill-prepared for their eventual retirement. She is offering a free retirement guide to Singapore's families, professionals and business owners when they request a copy at http://www.joannalwleng.com/contact/ .


In a response to her Huffington Post readers this week, Singapore financial consultant Joanna Leng AWP AEPP has published a new how-to guide dedicated to helping Singapore’s families and singles begin to successfully plan for their latter years. She states that this guide will also have information that is useful to anyone who has procrastinated in putting an effective retirement plan in place.


Interested parties are invited to personally request the how-to guide on her website: http://www.joannalwleng.com/contact/


Leng took action after contributing to a Huffington post article on retirement planning, which points out that many women and singles are falling short in preparing for their latter years.


This freshly-written financial guide from Ms Leng contains precise steps and instructions, designed to be used by those in the Singapore area that want to create a secure financial future for their families and businesses. The 6-step guide on how to organize one’s personal finances for retirement will help readers to successfully plan for the future without suffering in the present.


Singapore financial consultant Leng states that this accessible, easy-to-follow guide provides all of the information necessary to get a jump-start on the planning process, so that Singapore families and professionals can prepare for a well-funded future.


When asked for more information about the guide and the reasons behind creating a retirement planning checklist, Ms Leng said, “I am compelled to place a strong emphasis on why you need to prepare for your eventual retirement—even if you have another 40 years ahead of you. In a developed country with an aging population and a smaller family nucleus, you may find yourself living too long with too little financial resources to rely on. Remember: you cannot choose how long to live, but you can choose how well you prepare for it.


“My best advice is this: don’t wait until it is too late. There is no risk in taking 25 minutes to go through my checklist and to look at possible options that you would not have thought possible previously. Simply click the link below to request your free financial checklist from me. I will be happy to send you one,” Leng added.


She mainly works with Singapore-area professionals ages 40-45 with having either young or adult dependents.


Singapore’s families and singles and those interested in retirement planning are invited to request the how-to guide online: http://www.joannalwleng.com/contact/ or via her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lengjoanna/.


More information about Joanna Leng AWP AEPP can be found at http://www.joannalwleng.com/


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