Get a free Fitbit Inspire 2 Fitness Tracker or $130 Cash via PayNow with CIMB Credit Cards

Complimentary Fitbit Inspire 2 Fitness Tracker or $130 Cash via PayNow From now till 7 May 2021, get a free Fitbit Inspire 2 Fitness Tracker or $130 Cash via PayNow when you apply for a CIMB Credit Card. T&Cs apply. Boasting cards that offers one of the highest amount of cashback in the market — at up to 10% — it makes sense to keep one of these cards in your wallet.  Why apply for CIMB Credit Cards? Because there is no


Marriage & Family, Personal Finance

It’s time to consider having a money date

a couple drinking coffee and holding hands

Even the strongest couples can experience tension when the topic of money presents itself. Money can bring hidden differences in opinions, priorities, wants, or needs to the surface. Though in all honesty, it can be pretty uncomfortable to talk about it with your partner. However, avoiding the topic altogether will not solve any problems. Money touches every aspect of our lives since we need it for our daily living. We also require cash for well-deserved luxuries such as staycations or


Lifestyle, Lifestyle & Hobbies, Personal Finance

Read this if you find yourself always buying “crap”

an asian woman carrying shopping bags and looking at her phone

It’s easy to be enticed with non-stop ongoing promotions online. Thanks to the pandemic, more companies are also urgently shifting from brick and mortar to embracing digital means to sustain their business. This means customers like us can view a product instantly and make a purchase within a few taps or clicks. But this also means it’s now easier to shop and buy “crap”. Please don’t get us wrong when we say “crap”. We’re not necessarily referring to a product


Investments, Personal Finance

Read these 10 well-rated books if you want to be a millionaire

“The Millionaire Fastlane” by M.J. DeMarco

So, you want to be a millionaire? Sure! But first things first, make sure you’re not spending too much money way over your budget. For folks looking to attain financial freedom, we recently wrote on some challenges to save more money which might be of powerful assistance. Some concepts, like the 1% trial or 52-week challenge, can be new ideas to try out. Meanwhile, for today’s article, we will look into 10 well-rated books to read if you want to


Credit & Loan, Personal Finance

A brief look at debt settlement options in Singapore

an asian couple stressed while doing calculations

Do you know that the average household debt in Singapore is about S$55,000 per capita? With a value that high, there’s no doubt that it’s about time to learn how to manage your debt and minimise it as much as you can. Financial freedom is within reach if you’re able to settle your debt in time the right way. Here’s a brief look at various debt settlement options available on our sunny island. #1: Self-Administration One of the easiest ways