Credit cards are the most preferred payment method in Singapore today. But not everybody is using their credit cards wisely. Here are some common mistakes that almost everyone make with their credit cards.
There are hundreds of titles telling you how to manage your money, but not all advice are created equal. What you really need are firm foundational knowledge and easy-to-do how-tos. Here’s the ultimate IT list of personal finance books you must read and have on your shelves.
Industry transformations, people development, incentives for elders and security were some of the top concerns of Budget 2016. What does Budget 2017 hold for Singaporeans? Find out here!
As with any long-term move, it’s important to get your financial essentials sorted soon after you arrive in the country. This article is aimed at steering you in the right direction and in the process, avoid a lot of headache running from pillar to post.
It would seem obvious that those with higher incomes, if not savings, struggle less with basic needs and are more likely to be happier than those fighting to stay afloat financially. But putting this statement to the test of science, research shows that money alone doesn’t guarantee happiness and when it does, only to a limited extent. What really matters is how you spend and use your money. Take these tips from researchers on making your money and your life count.
Can there be a better start to your married life than going on a trip together? But we know many couples who end up all spent after their honeymoon trip. You don’t want to make financial mistakes from day one and spend the rest of your life blaming each other, do you?
Have you been leaving your credit card bills unread because you’re scared of the amount you need to pay? Do you spend sleepless nights wondering how you reached this place? Then what you need is a quick-fix to your credit card problems.
Millennials may be masters of tech, social media, and all things current, but are they masters of money management? It seems like many aren’t. Here’s why.
In this time and age where there is an app for everything, it would be shocking if there weren’t apps to help you manage your finances better. Here’s 5 amazing apps that will help you sort out your financial life.
Your friendly neighbourhood caped crusader may be your idol but some of his problems are the same as yours. No savings, high rent, an education loan etc. Don’t believe us?
All the money we make needs to go somewhere, and while some of us are still using our old POSB savings account from decades ago, many banks have been trying to lure us to deposit money with them using attractive interest rates. But with so many new savings accounts in the market, how do you know which is the right one? Let us help you out in choosing between the best high interest savings accounts in Singapore.
Behavioural scientists have figured out why you spend and can’t seem to save. Take these cues from science to build a regular savings habit.
In recent years, Singaporeans have increasingly embraced paperless finance in the form of online banking, contactless payments, online applications for financial products, and even submitting insurance claims through WhatsApp. With so much more technology can do, let’s have a look at a couple of exciting trends in paperless finance in Singapore.
Whether you are looking for your first internship or your first full-time job, it is good to know where you should go hunting, and which areas offer great growth. Your first job will always be firmly etched in your memory, and it’s important to make the right choice – given your skill set, ambitions, and expectations. Here’s what’s rocking the job scene.
Babies may be wonderful bundles of joy but, in Singapore, they are not much welcomed. Birth rates in 2015 was a dismal 1.4, well below the 2.1 needed to replace the population. Most couples cite heavy costs as a reason.
But, are babies really a burden on the budget? What is the price of pregnancy in Singapore?