Managing Your Personal Finances aims to increase the financial literacy of individuals and help them to
better manage their finances. Covering the insights and various elements of personal financial planning,
this book equips them with the financial road map and tools, via a structured financial planning process
alongside relevant case studies and useful pointers, to help them achieve their financial goals. Managing Your Personal Finances lays the foundation essential for managing one s personal finances.
The book is organized into 5 main parts focusing on the 5G of wealth management.
Part 1: Grounding Wealth
Grounding one s effort, by reprogramming his mindset on financial matters, to build and manage his
Part 2: Generating Wealth
Sourcing financial seeds to grow the money tree and manage financial health Part 3: Guarding Wealth Protecting wealth from leakages through debt management, tax and insurance planning Part 4: Growing Wealth Growing more wealth with investment planning Part 5: Giving Wealth Sharing wealth through estate planning
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Dr Chan Kheng Ping, Patrick (PhD, MBA, BSc (Hons), FCII, FSII, FRIM, FChFP, ARM, RFC, CFEd) Dr Chan is a faculty member at the Nanyang Technological University and an adjunct faculty at SIM University (UniSIM) who has specific expertise in behavioural finance and neuro-economics. To date he has taught personal financial planning to more than 2,500 adults.He is also a registered financial consultant for personal wealth management and a certified financial educator who holds fellowship membership with various professional bodies including the Chartered Insurance Institute, U.K. His current research in risk management and insurance includes several paper presentations at overseas conferences in the United States and Asia as well as published papers in professional journals. He has also co-authored four books on personal financial planning, insurance and risk management. Dr Chan has previously served a term as the pesident of the Risk and Insurance Management Association of Singapore (RIMAS). He was a board member of the Asia Pacific Risk and Insurance Association (APRIA) and a member of the Workmen s Compensation Committee for the General Insurance Association of Singapore (GIAS) and the Task Force for Personal Financial Planning for CPA, Australia.
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