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A people’s wealth, a nation’s health: the CPF story

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"A people’s wealth, a nation’s health: the CPF story" informs readers on the genesis of the Central Provident Fund (CPF) as a retirement fund for Singaporeans and its evolution over the years to allow for greater financial security for the people.

It also includes a list of the major CPF schemes, beyond providing for retirement, between 1968 to 1998.

A useful read to get an overview of how the CPF can be used.

Authors: Reutens, L. & Lee, M. (2000)
Singapore: Central Provident Fund Board. (Call no.: 354.5957 CEN)

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