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This is the personal website of James Lim, an established financial consultant who is serving hundreds of happy clients. Through this site, he hopes to keep his clients and new prospects updated on latest developments that will impact their financial plans. This site will also give potential clients a good idea of who James is and how he can help them achieve their financial objectives.

ABOUT ME

James Lim started out working in the government, before going on to found and run a highly successful IT company for about 10 years. He moved into the finance industry in 2016 and has since become a member of the prestigious Million-Dollar Round Table. He builds his business on the foundation of integrity and trust, which is why most of his clients have placed their investments and financial plans with him.

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So far James Lim has created 52 blog entries.

Mandatory 5% Co-Payment for Integrated Shield Plan Holders is a Good Thing for You

By | 2018-03-08T07:27:05+00:00 March 8th, 2018|Hospitalisation|

For those who have not already heard, the Ministry of Health has just passed a new bill that mandates all Medishield plan owners to bear part of the costs of hospitalization and treatment, 5% at least to be exact. Before you start taking up your riot torches, calm down and see the big picture. It's [...]

Todayonline: Health crisis can strike anytime, insurance policies are ‘non-negotiable’

By | 2018-02-20T08:17:37+00:00 February 20th, 2018|In the News, Life Insurance, Medishield|

Honest real sharing of someone who has been on the receiving end of some of our worst fears and came out alright all because of what she chose to invest in.

Husband Earning $4.7k Per Month Builds $166k in Wife’s CPF over 6 Years

By | 2017-10-12T09:20:01+00:00 October 12th, 2017|CPF, In the News|

Mr Yang realized the benefits of leveraging on his and his wife's CPF to work towards their retirement. And thus he took action from 2011 to transfer a portion of his CPF to his wife's account and then through steady contributions over the next 6 years, manage to build $166k in both his own and his wife's CPF accounts.