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Moneysense kicks off campaign to promote financial resilience

A seminar will be held from 20 October to 8 December.

Moneysense, Singapore's national financial education programme, is launching its campaign focused on promoting financial resilience.

The campaign’s theme is “#MoneySense101: Financial Planning is for Everyone” and includes a four-step plan. Budgeting, saving for emergencies, investing early and planning early for retirement are outlined throughout the period. 

Highlights of the campaign include #MoneySense101 Financial Planning Guide, #MoneySense 101 Seminar Series and a video series done in partnership with Mediacorp. 

The planning guide will be available on the website, whilst the seminar will revolve around the four-step plan and will be held from 20 October to 8 December 2021. 

Access to the Financial Health Check, a five-minute self-assessment tool, and MyMoneySense, a digital financial planning service, is also available to the public.

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