Savings

How to check if your savings are safe

How to check your saving are safe

When making an investment, one wants it naturally to be safe. Most investors make their moves only with secure projects that seem unshakable. Some even prefer investments that potentially generate less but are secure than investing in a something that is shaky but could be highly profitable in good circumstances. Surely there are investments, which are stable and generate a favourable income. However, as the international market grows increasingly interconnected, more and more investments and business areas can be effected

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Why 3 Bank Accounts Are Better Than 1

Singapore Bank ATMs

When it comes to saving, most consumers prefer simplicity as the best approach – that is to put their money in the bank account that offers the best interest rate. However, if you want to save money fast, it is best to have more than one bank account. No, you don’t get three times more interest, you are just separating your needs and your wants and to stay on track with your budgeting plan. 1. Die-die-must-spend account (The Needs) Unfortunately, i

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5 Free Money Management Apps to Increase your Savings

Money Tracker App

In order to decide on how much you shall save, first you must be aware of how much you are spending. Expenses can be categorized as either fixed or variable. Fixed expenses remain the same every month or year due to Singapore’s laws and Company service-provider terms (e.g. Hand Phone Plan, or HDB Rent). Variable expenses include food, entertainment, clothing, and other expenses that may change every month or year. The challenge now is for you to choose on which

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Best bank accounts in Singapore

Best Bank Account in Singapore

Hey folks, it’s time to wake your money up! If you have come to this page looking for the best bank accounts in Singapore that offers the highest interest rate, look no further. In a low interest rate environment, everyone should aim to put their savings where their money works the hardest. No doubt it cannot beat inflation, but beside being risk-free, it beats putting your money in a biscuit tin or an account that offers a paltry 0.01%. There are

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