BECAUSE WOMEN LIVE AN AVERAGE OF 4 YEARS LONGER THAN MEN.
Today, women live longer than men everywhere in the world. According to a 2018 World Health Statistics report by the World Health Organisation (WHO), Singaporean women can expect to live up to 85 years. That’s four years longer than the average male lifespan of 80.8 years!
So, why do women live longer?
Some say it’s due to behavioural reasons like the fact that women smoke less. Others attribute it to medical advances leading to a decline in infectious diseases which disproportionately affected women.
Finally, a gender gap in women’s favour. Or not. While longer lives are great, they also mean women have more work to do to prepare for those extra years.
Source: The Straits Times - Singaporeans' average life expectancy to reach 85.4 years in 2040, third-highest in the world: Study
How Can You #PlanLikeAWoman For Those Extra Years?
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These plans are protected under the Policy Owners' Protection Scheme which is administered by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC). Coverage for your policy is automatic and no further action is required from you. For more information on the types of benefits that are covered under the scheme as well as the limits of coverage, where applicable, please contact us or visit the Life Insurance Association (LIA) or SDIC websites (www.lia.org.sg
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