Crowdfunding has now become appealing to many entrepreneurs in Singapore who aim to have enough capital to either start or expand a business. Its impact and potential was not publicly felt until Gabriel Kang raised $1,250 through a crowd funding website Indiegogo for a Vietnamese tourist who got scammed in Sim Lim Square after he intended to buy an iPhone6. The news spread internationally, and crowdfunding seemed too good or is it too good to be true?
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Expecting your first baby is welcoming a bundle of joy who is about to see the outside world; however it is not just about baby clothes, toys and room that you have to plan, with all the joy and excitement do not forget to plan your finances. Having a baby brings a large impact on your budget, be ready. Here are 10 tips to be financially prepared.
Here are the 23 important things you need to do to ensure you get a hassle-free family vacation.
Go to eRegister of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and register as a group if your family members are not yet registered. The eRegister is a free service created by MFA for all Singapore citizens who wants to travel or live abroad regardless of the reason either for leisure, work or studies. The system records the itinerary of the citizen and other data including contact information to ensure safety and quick assistance during emergency.
As of April 2016, CNN named Singapore as the best city for expats in Asia. It is no secret that moving to another country isn’t easy as pie. Plans must be comprehensive and practical with clear objectives. Even before buying the one way ticket, make sure you’ve got a job waiting for you.
It is frustrating to fall in love with a car and then find out that you can’t take it home because you don’t qualify for financing due to bad credit. Bad credit has no specific range. It is a matter of opinion that varies from each moneylender. One moneylender may consider your credit as poor while others will put you in the range of subprime.