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
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What’s next after the proposal and being officially engaged? Brace yourself because weddings in Singapore do not come cheap, and if you are not careful you might be biting more than you can chew, or frankly speaking you might spend too much and create a big debt at the start of your marriage. Not a good kick-off, is it?
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.
As we know, Singapore has one of the highest cost of living in the world and if you are one of those average earning workers, it would help if you can save even a few dollars. Even The Economist rated Singapore as the country with the highest cost of living in world topping over Zurich, Hong Kong, Paris, London and New York. The survey used the prices of the commodity, the currency devaluations, and geopolitical uncertainties.
Having a car nowadays is becoming a necessity. Running errands for business, taking the kids to school, and going out of town for events, these are easier done with a private vehicle. However, purchasing a car might be exhausting financially and mentally if you have no idea where to start.
There are a lot or car deal floating in the web. With just a few clicks you might see a car that will catch your heart, unfortunately cars don’t come cheap. You have to consider getting an auto loan first before looking for a car.