My Talking Points

Apr 2019

Son and mother allegedly fake latter's death in fraudulent S$3.7 million claims from CPF, insurance

She “died” in an accident in Peshawar, Pakistan on July 5 last year. Later that month, her son allegedly submitted forged documents to four insurers claiming nearly S$3.7 million under seven insurance policies.

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1 in 4 private school grads unemployed, involuntarily working part-time 6 months after graduation

About one in four (27.2 per cent) fresh graduates from private education institutes were either unemployed and still looking for a job, or in involuntary part-time or temporary employment, six months after graduating last year, the latest graduate employment survey has shown.

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Millennials in Singapore want more than financial success

There may be successful young entrepreneurs in Singapore, but millennials are generally not particularly interested in entrepreneurship and business success. This is according to findings of an OCBC survey that explored the psychology and behaviour of 866 young adults aged 16 to 29 in Singapore.

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Enhanced protection for depositors and insurance policy owners from April 1

Changes to the Deposit Insurance and Policy Owners' Protection Schemes will protect bank deposits up to $75,000 per depositor and extend protection to personal assets used for commercial purposes. Read more at

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