As a student, keeping a budget may sound intimidating or boring. However, you must understand that having a budget is essential to enjoying your academic life. Saving extra cash while sticking to your budget will help you gain control over your finances, especially in Poly or Uni. May the following tips aid in keeping your wallet afloat! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR STUDENT ID Not many of us take pride in our student identification cards (ID). Do not get me started
Tuition (both private as well as the centers) are highly in demand among parents in Singapore compared to tuitions in the neighboring states as found by a survey conducted by an international news agency where they have found that more than three-quarter of the parents do invest on such academic agencies despite the fact that they cannot expect the best grades by just providing them a tutor. It was also that in Singapore, parents prefer to send their kids for
Have you created a budget in the past? Were you able to firmly follow through? What were the obstacles that you have experienced? It comes as no surprise that budgeting is no easy feat! It is a strategic task that encourages cutting down of your expenses. Furthermore, you must find a way to still enjoy the money you earn. Striking a balance between your needs and wants can be stressful for some. So, where must you start? Start accept your
$1 BILLION OF GST VOUCHERS AND MEDISAVE TOP-UPS FOR 1.6 MILLION SINGAPOREANS The Ministry of Finance has announced in a press release that a total of 1.6 million eligible citizens will receive notifications by 6 July 2018 on their 2018 GST Voucher (GSTV) benefits and MediSave top-ups. Citizens may also use SingPass to view their GSTV – Cash and MediSave benefits online at www.gstvoucher.gov.sg. Similar to the notification exercise last year, citizens with mobile numbers updated with SingPass will receive SMS notifications.
Many of us know the importance of personal financial planning, but do not know how or where to get started. Some of us are hesitant to approach a financial consultant for advice, in fear of being pressurized to commit to a financial product. Some of us may seek out advice or recommendations from our friends, family members, and colleagues, but the advice may not always be suited to our personal needs. Many of us are put off, or even intimidated,