On your 20s, you will encounter a myriad of firsts. From earning your first full-time job to surviving your first failure, your early experiences shape who you become in the future. Your major accomplishments and significant failures are your best teachers. You will become more independent and responsible as time passed. You will begin to live on your own, to solve your own problems, and to budget your own finances. Hence, it is important to take the following money moves
Chinese New Year 2020 Promotion Chinese New Year is just around the corner, come celebrate a year of prosperity and abundance with us! We are partnering SingSaver, one of Singapore’s leading financial comparison portal, to give away cash ang pows and other CNY gifts to our readers! From now till 31 Jan 2020, receive up to $200 cash ang pows for each card applied when you apply for any of the selected credit cards during this Chinese New Year period!
Before you finalize your switch from one bank to another, ensure that you understand what you are signing up for. Here are five questions you need to answer before you decide. DO YOU WANT A HIGHER SAVINGS ACCOUNT INTEREST RATE? You get what you think you deserve. If you are earning nearly nothing in your savings account then, it is worth evaluating the alternatives. Moving your funds elsewhere makes sense only when you can earn significantly more in another account.
The primary job of an all-you-can-eat buffet manager is to fill the customer’s belly as inexpensive and as quickly as possible. Apart from this, they must employ other strategies to keep the customers back! For starters, Singaporeans must be sold with the idea of the buffet’s capability of providing an ample variety while maintaining high quality. At the same time, food wastage must be minimized. On that note, here are 5 Obvious Ways Buffets Earn Money. #1: BEVERAGES ARE HUGE
Chinese New Year is around the corner Get your crisp new dollar notes for Chinese New Year at these POSB Pop-up ATMs from 9 January, 9am to 24 January 2020. Denominations available are $2, $10 and $50: $100 ($2 x 50 notes) $300 ($10 x 30 notes) $500 ($50 x 10 notes) and $600 ($10 x 20 notes + $50 x 8 notes) The Pop-up ATMs are located at the 20 Community Clubs listed below: Alternatively, you can also reserve the