Author: Wan Yi

Through The Looking Glass: What Happens If We Move?

Through The Looking Glass: What Happens If We Move?   This is not one of the main topics of mastery for the Finance pillar here at Prident, but this has been a question raised a couple of times and warrants some research. The objective(s) do not include making a case for LGBTQ+ folk in Singapore […]

Live Your Legacy

Over the last few weeks, Prident shared about the work done by Live Your Legacy – a first-of-its-kind campaign about legacy planning for LGBTQ+ individuals in Singapore. Given that same sex unions are not recognised in Singapore, legacy planning is especially important to ensure assets (property, cash. etc) are allocated, as desired, to loved ones […]

“Stepping Up” Was Not The Original Title

A passed me a whiskey sour and sat across me. It’s been a good month or so since I’ve moved into this home. Topic of the evening was A’s work on dementia. That’s how our conversations go – from finding out the neighbours have 2 dogs, to the much discussed FICA; and N’s work on […]

Estate Planning – Personal Property And Finance (Part 5 of 6)

From the big picture to the micro aspects, we started with the objectives of Estate Planning and why it’s important to our community, Wills, the different forms of a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and the Advanced Medical Directive (AMD). We’re now onto quite possibly the most exciting topic – personal property and finance. There […]

Family Planning for LGBTQ+ Couples in SG

For quick access:  Assisted Reproduction Technology and Home Insemination Adoption Surrogacy Summary Family Planning for LGBTQ+ Couples in SG   “If you are gay, does that means you can only adopt? Will your partner be considered a legal guardian then?”  In February alone I was asked this question thrice. Nevermind that people around me assumed […]

Embracing LGBTQ+ Lens in Your Investment Portfolio

This is not a commonly discussed topic. However, in light of the global problems in the current times, we wanted to talk a little about the ways we think and invest. Should they become more socially responsible and sustainable, we might just be able to bring about some systemic change and progress. Public companies provide […]

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