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Recession Is Here, What Do You Do?

Kevin Neoh, Licensed Financial Planner, VKA Wealth Planners

14-Jul-22 09:30

Recession Is Here, What Do You Do?

Concerns on recession are becoming much more alarming as global economic data becomes more bleak day by day. With inflation creeping up and the cost of goods rising, what are you and I to do? How will recession impact your savings and investments? What kind of preparation do you need to make? Licensed financial planner Kevin Neoh sheds some light. 

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Produced by: Sim Wie Boon

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