Critical Illness Planning for 30s – 40s – What types of plans should I consider when I already have hospitalization insurance? (25 Aug 2022)
August 25 @ 8:15 pm - 9:00 pm
Critical Illness Planning for 30s – 40s: What types of plans should I consider when I already have hospitalization insurance?
25 Aug 2022
8:15 pm – 9 pm
Online ZOOM Webinar
One of the most challenging periods for an individual is life in their 30s to 40s. It is the age where they experience the pressure of being in the sandwich generation with the most responsibilities as they have to juggle many hats – family, career, liabilities.
They might be going through the stress of shouldering the weight of their family’s needs and the added responsibilities they have at work. During this period, they rarely have time for themselves as most of their time and efforts are given to others. Therefore, they spend less time taking care of their health and spend most of their time striving for their career goals and taking care of their family.
Many tend to neglect the fact that personal health is equally important. They fail to realise that if they were to be struck with a Critical Illness, they and their family will be in emotional and financial distress and everything will have to come to a stop.
Being sick is stressful enough, therefore, having to worry about financial woes should be the last thing on their mind. Many patients realise that when a Critical Illness occurs, they incur a substantial amount of out-of-pocket expenses for their care, transportation, medication, changes in their diet and outsourcing of dependent care. As they recuperate and pause work for a while, they will have to deplete their savings for their living expenses, which is not ideal.
Therefore, we have designed this program to make sure in the event of Critical Illness, you will not experience financial distress or any change in lifestyle, but focus on recuperation and spending time with your family instead.
This program will cover:
What is Critical Illness?
What are the 2 Major Financial Risks when a Critical Illness occurs?
What are the different types of Critical Illness coverage?
What are the factors I should consider for a Critical Illness Plan?
Our Stories & Experiences
Q & A
To figure out if this webinar is suitable for you, ask yourself:
Can I still meet my financial obligations and goals if I have to pay for medical expenses?
Can I afford the loss of income and costs that can happen with a Critical illness?
Do I have enough coverage if Critical Illness were to happen?
Date: 25 August 2022, Thursday
Time: 8:15 pm to 9 pm
Very often, the clients I have spoken to feel that they are overpaying for their critical illness cover, and they would question “is it worth it”. Should I save the money or buy it later? Do I already have sufficient coverage? Do I really need a critical illness plan? This results in them delaying getting covered which leads to higher premiums when they are older, or not being able to get themselves covered when they have existing medical conditions.
This is something that I can very much relate to, being a caregiver to my family members who have had Critical Illness. I am doing this program to allow people to ask any financial questions on planning for Critical Illness, where they can build a relationship with someone who can continue to guide them along as they grow in financial confidence.
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