Category Archives: Money Management

3 Personal Finance Lessons That Undergraduates Should Know

Being an undergraduate is not easy. On the one had you have studies to contend with and on the other your finances. There are times when we, as undergraduates, can land up in some hot water as far as personal finance is concerned. Here are some tips that could help with avoiding these hot waters.

6 Money-Saving Tips for Pregnant Ladies in Singapore

Pregnancy is one of the best phases of life and you must make the most of it. However, it does bring in additional expenses. But some good planning and money matters will not bring in any stress. Here are some handy money-saving tips you will love.

How Will Some of Singapore’s Top Financial Bloggers Invest Their First $10K

What if you had S$10,000 to spare? How would you use it? Would you invest it in something or would you go on a vacation? Lets take a look at what some of the top financial bloggers would do with their money. There could be some useful ideas in here!

How to Save Money on Gadgets in Singapore

Upgrading your electronic stash? Here are some pointers about what you should do before your next tech buy, besides comparing prices and warranties!

20 Wasteful Things That Parents Spend on for Their Kids

Kids can go on with demands that are detrimental to your financial health. Here are some of the most common things that parents waste their money on, and suggestions on how to stop that from happening. And the best part, saving on these can actually help your kid.

Your Uber Rides Might Be Hurting Your Wallet More Than You Think

You may not realise it but your Uber rides may be costing you more than they really should. There is a simple reason for that and it is the CCY Conversion Fee. So what exactly is this fee and how does it alter your Uber bills? Lets take a quick look.

4 Financial Steps Every New Parent Should Take

Maybe you and your partner have just welcomed your newborn into the world or are thinking of starting a family. The emotional rewards of having your own family is indeed priceless. However, the financial load of child raising isn’t light. Start your parenthood journey on a financially sound foot by taking these steps.

5 Things You Should and Should NOT Do with Your Bonus

You have just been rewarded for your efforts; you’re enjoying the feel-good emotion, and are probably tempted to let the sensation flow. Here are a few things you should physically stop yourself from doing; and some you could do instead.

5 English Movies That Teach Us About Money Management

Entertainment and learning, right here! We have a list of movies that teach us some important financial lessons, which, if taken seriously, can help us go a long way in life. Take a look.

5 Silly Things People Do When They Think They Are Saving

We all must save, but more importantly we need to save right. While you need to stop being ‘penny wise, pound foolish,’ you should be foolhardy when taking financial decisions. Here are a few examples of how we end up doing silly things when we think we are saving money.

7 Items You Should Never Skimp on, No Matter How Tight the Budget

Cost-cutting measures could sometimes backfire on you. Here are seven items you need to spend on, even if you’re on a super-tight budget.

Your Decade-By-Decade Guide to Financial Wellness

Financial planning can be all too overwhelming. But here’s how you can focus your energies in every stage of your life, to get you on your way to financial wellness.

6 Money Tips Millennials Can Learn from Their Parents

Wondering how your parents managed money so well? Here are a few lessons you can learn from them that will help you go a long way. Trim that party budget, set a retirement fund and don’t scrimp on the insurance.

What Is the CDP Account For?

I was having a casual lunch chat with my colleagues on the stock market and was pleased that my first attempt to explain the concept of long versus short, call versus put option was successful. But asked a simple question on what the CDP account is for, I found myself tongue tight. It is… a depository to hold my stocks and… perhaps my holdings inside are guaranteed in certain ways?

10 Money Tips You Need to Know to Get the Most out of Your Salary

Don’t underestimate the power of a simple tip. It can help you get ahead or save you a significant amount of money over time. No matter whether who you are, the lifestyle you lead and how much you make, the money tips we are giving you today are bound to help in ways big and small.