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
Traveling through bus or train is certainly cheaper than owning a car. But, it is not a problem for commuters in Singapore. Singapore is celebrated by its tourists and residents because of its globally efficient public transportation services. If you think this is an exaggeration, you need to experience it yourself. To further aid your journey, a number of mobile application rose. As you dove into iTunes and Google Play, here are 4 powerful yet Free Transportation Apps in Singapore.
Being in a relationship founded by mutual trust may find it natural to create a joint bank account together. Since you can trust your partner with everything else, why not trust him/her with your own finances? But, managing this may be difficult especially when there are two people with different buying habits and priorities. So, here are 5 Tips to Help Couples with Joint Bank Accounts… 1. HAVE SHARED GOALS Maintain a joint bank account for big financial goals such
Do you know the feeling when walking from the closest MRT station towards your house and it simply takes forever? Driving around the island of Singapore is a true pleasure. One hardly ever encounters a traffic jam and generally gets quickly to any desired place. There isn’t any problem with pollution or a high car density. However, driving and owning a car in Singapore can be a costly undertaking. It is not only the car and its license that is
Many people cannot imagine themselves to be retired. It may be so many years away that it does not resonate to the current ideology of working hard for success and financial freedom or to simply stop working. There are two kinds of retirement: by choice or by circumstances. If you choose to (or not to) retire, it means you have either achieve financial freedom or you have relieved yourself from most financial obligations such as paying off your mortgage and