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PODCAST: How to choose insurance in your 20s (Money Hacks, Ep 45)

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Money Hacks' Chris Lim (right) hosts 29-year-old Navin Sregantan (left), a journalist at The Business Times and Kelvin Goh, OCBC Bank’s head of investments and wealth advisory.

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This episode is brought to you by OCBC Bank. It is aimed at insurance, a product which the young in their 20s need, but sometimes find it hard to figure out what they should get first.

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Money Hacks' Chris Lim hosts 29-year-old Navin Sregantan, a journalist at The Business Times and Kelvin Goh, OCBC Bank’s head of investments and wealth advisory.

In a January-February 2019 Frank by OCBC survey of 866 students and young working adults aged 16-29, only slightly more than half were aware of different insurance products, and less than half considered themselves knowledgeable about insurance. 

Are there still myths and misconceptions about insurance?

1:10 min - Banks actually do provide some insurance plans, and how to use self-service banking tools like OCBC Life Goals to plan and identify gaps and protection needs 

2:27 min - Can buying an insurance plan through a bank help you earn higher interest?

3:35 min - How much and what kind of coverage should people in their 20s have?

4:08 min - Why you should add riders to insurance plans

4:28 min - What is the second coverage plan you need next, especially if you're working in your 20s?

5:14 min - If you plan on getting married, are life insurance plans crucial? 

Get more Frank by OCBC articles for the young here.

Produced by: Ernest Luis and Christopher Lim

Edited by: Adam Azlee

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