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When Should You Take Up a Debt Consolidation Plan?

When Should You Take Up a Debt Consolidation Plan? Many of us are acquainted with personal loans, but what exactly is a Debt Consolidation Plan? The Debt Consolidation Plan (DCP) is a new initiative by the Association of Banks in Singapore to help you combine all your outstanding debts into one and to pay them […]

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5 Nearby Holiday Ideas For The School Holidays

5 Nearby Holiday Ideas For The School Holidays The short March holiday school break has just started and anxious parents are currently on the look-out for activities and short-holiday getaway ideas to fill their kids’ schedules. If you haven’t an idea on what where to go for a short family holiday, read on for our […]

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Enjoy Credit Card Perks With Your Family

Credit Card Perks With Your Family  Who says credit cards are only for your guilty self-indulgence? A great card can bring you savings and give you deals that are good enough to share around. Here, we feature some of these family-friendly activities that you can enjoy with perks provided by some of the credit cards […]

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Dealing with Retrenchment

Got retrenched? – Learn to cope and enjoy yourself

How to deal with Retrenchment With an uncertain economic outlook facing Singapore and other countries, more and more companies have embarked on retrenchment and headcount freeze in 2016. For those of us with little financial commitments and still staying with our parents here, there’s little to worry about – you might even welcome the break […]

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When Should You Take Up a Debt Consolidation Plan?

When Should You Take Up a Debt Consolidation Plan? Many of us are acquainted with personal loans, but what exactly is a Debt Consolidation Plan? The Debt Consolidation Plan (DCP) is a new initiative by the Association of Banks in Singapore to help you combine all your outstanding debts into one and to pay them […]

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Common Car Rental Mistakes

3 Things You Need To Know Before Renting A Car Overseas

What You Need To Know Before Renting A Car Overseas Hiring a rental car is probably one of the best ways to see a country since you can reach smaller towns and have the flexibility to stop wherever you want. If you are travelling for a longer period, it may even be a more cost-effective way […]

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Common Mistakes people make when buying insurance

Common Insurance Mistakes  Insurance is a big part of financial planning. Since Singapore is not a welfare state, many of us understand that the responsibility of paying for our medical bills lies squarely on our shoulders. While the government helps with subsidised care, as well as allowing us to use part of our Medishield to pay for […]

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5 Activities For Hours Of Fun Without Spending Much

5 Activities For Hours Of Fun Without Spending Much Are you thinking of ways to cut your spending by going out less often? After all, many people do think that there’s little to do on our little red dot that does not involve consumerism – eating out and going shopping. If a typical weekend for […]

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3 Ways To Invest In The Property Market Without Buying An Apartment

How to invest In The Property Market Without Buying An Apartment Half of the top 10 richest people in Singapore are heavily vested in the property market. In land-scarce Singapore and expensive property prices, many dream of having the pockets to invest in this evergreen investment. However, with public housing reaching over $1 million dollars, investing […]

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Freebies You Can Get On Your Birthday In Singapore

Freebies You Can Get On Your Birthday In Singapore Birthdays offers us the perfect excuse to indulge in ourselves, be it in food, pampering or some retail therapy. And there are lots of companies here in Singapore offering their customers some exclusive discounts and free perks during this special day or during your birthday month. […]

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Teach Your Kids About Money By Opening A Savings Account

Best Savings Account For Your Kids Most children start out keeping their money in their little piggy bank. The money they receive may be their savings from their pocket money, money gifts from parents and relatives, birthday gift or their “angbao” money from Chinese New year. After saving a decent amount or when the piggy bank […]

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Top tips for improving your property value

6 Factors That Can Increase Your Property’s Value

6 Factors That Can Increase Your Property’s Value When buying a property either for investing or staying, there are a number of key factors that can affect the value of your property in the long run. This is especially important in Singapore where land is scarce and property prices can increase exponentially over the years. […]

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