Plan early to avoid financial abuse in old age

Cases involving elderly people who have their money swiped are not uncommon here. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PEXELS
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SINGAPORE - Even if you are very savvy in building substantial wealth, you should realise that you are only human and will grow old and frail one day - and be vulnerable to no end of financial abuse.

That makes it important to learn how to safeguard yourself so that you won't become a victim of such abuse in old age.

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