03 Mar '12, 12am

Yesterday.sg » Blog Archive » The cost of dying in Singapore: Most of us are concerned with the cost of living

Most of us are concerned with the cost of living – maintaining a comfortable standard of living, and how fast it rises. But what about the cost of dying in Singapore? Funerals and other death-related expenses do not come freely or cheaply. In researching the tombs at Bukit Brown, the Rojak Librarian wanted to find out how much it would cost the average person to die.

Full article: http://yesterday.sg/lifestyle/the-cost-of-dying-in-singap...

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