Living in Singapore

Living in Singapore

The city-state of Singapore is a multicultural, multi-ethnic island. It attracts international workers from companies around the world. Living in Singapore means a mix of cuisines and cultures, hearing languages from Mandarin to Malay to Tamil, and having access to all of Southeast Asia.

What is it known for?

The home of the Singapore Slings has a reputation as a corruption-free (and chewing-gum-free) economic powerhouse. In power since 1963, The People’s Action Party, has engineered civil society. The payoff has been a well-ordered, clean and financially robust place to live.

Here one can find a melting pot of religion and culture. Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus in addition to other Asian cultures are expressed through the delicious foods sold at the open-air centres....

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    If you are now living in Singapore and have previously lived an worked in the UK it is possible that at retirement age you may be entitled to a partial UK State pension. This income, although not large, will supplement your retirement income. The only problem with this is that once it commences being paid to you in Singapore and in most Commonwealth nations, this UK State pension never increases, it freezes. What annoys us Commonwealth based expats is that in many countries like the USA the EEA the Philippines Israel etc.this UK pension is uprated annually. as it is in the UK. https://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/oct/25/frozen-basic-state-pension-australia-canada

    BPiA.org.au can help you discover the UK pension for which you can apply and are engaged in an International campaign with many commonwealth nations to have the UK change its pension policy, so that all UK pensions are paid equally and fairly irrespective of in which country you are retired. Visit http://www.pensionjustice.org

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