Savings

5 Foolproof Ways To Save Money As A Student

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If you cannot ask for a boost in your school allowance, you need to get creative to stretch your dollar! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FREE COMMUNICATION I recently savored a blissful lunch with my long-term friend. Our conversation took an interesting turn as we shared our childhood stories. When she was a teen, she made countless overseas calls to the Philippines. Her father was immensely surprised that her bill amounted to S$400. A plane ticket would have been cheaper! Many students

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DBS/POSB introduces easier ways to deposit “LI CHUN” funds

POSB ATM LI CHUN

Customers can deposit funds during lucky timings via DBS PayLah! or avail themselves to over 350 DBS/POSB cash deposit machines islandwide SINGAPORE, 1 February 2017 – On 3 February this year, also known as “Li Chun” on the Chinese calendar, Singaporeans will be able to make deposits to their bank accounts while on the go via their DBS PayLah! mobile wallets. Available to users from all Singapore banks, DBS PayLah! users can skip having to bank in cash physically on

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6 Bulletproof Saving Hacks For Millennial Singaporeans

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As a Millennial Singaporean, it is easy to be tempted to travel and to socialize (talk about #YOLO or #NOFOMO). You just want to make the most out of your youth. Enjoying the wonders of the present and preparing for financial freedom is a difficult job! Hopefully, these saving hacks below will enable you to make the right monetary decisions and live a prosperous 2017. MAXIMIZE YOUR CASHBACK In this day and age, almost every purchase qualifies for a cashback

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Clever Ways To Build A Sufficient Emergency Fund

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Emergency fund is an account utilized to set aside funds in the event of personal financial dilemma such as unemployment or theft. It is a safety net that will cushion emergency expenses against high interest debts and bankruptcy. It is not entirely for you as you can use it to provide for your family members who are in need. In a fast-paced nation such as Singapore, a sufficient emergency fund is worth at least 6 months of your income. Build

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