Singaporeans has been recently opening their arms with the idea of carpooling. Since last year, various carpooling apps have been introduce in the island which have generated a new regulation mandating car drivers of carpool to get paid. This marks as thumbs up from the government since making the country car lite is still a goal to be reached
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Many Singaporeans view bankruptcy as the end of all their finances, however, though they are right that it means hitting rock bottom, bankruptcy also means starting over again from scratch.
Bankruptcy is not the end of everything, it is a legal status which a debtor can apply for or creditors can file an application to make a debtor bankrupt. A debtor can be bankrupt if the person can’t repay the debt amounting more than to $15,000. The high Court will then decide if the application should be granted. Should the status of bankruptcy has been finalized, the High Court will appoint an Official Assignee or trustee.
When we say investing in Singapore Exchange, many usually think of savvy investors dressed in suits and reading the business section of the newspaper. Young Singaporeans can start investing in SGX Singapore Exchange too and you need not be a millionaire. Share this Image On Your Site: <p><strong>Please include attribution to Cash Mart with this… Read More
Retirement is something many Singaporeans have at the back of their minds even at the young age of 20s. It is when you are already out of job and you must be careful with your health as you might end up confined in the hospital. Everybody wants a retirement at ease. Going to places and… Read More
Online shopping has completely caught the hearts of Singaporeans. By 2015, in has penetrated the lives of Singaporeans at 57.31% and it is expected to reach 74.20% in 2020. Evidently, e-commerce is indeed booming. More than 50% of women shop online while men catch up at 48%. Most shoppers are at age group 45-54 years… Read More