Counselling in Singapore — Free & Affordable Help for Mental Healthcare
We’re always joking about slaving our lives away, but that’s only because it’s true — very often, living, studying and working in Singapore can feel like being in a pressure...
15 January 2021
Electricity Retailers in Singapore — Which Offers the Cheapest Electricity Price Plan?
You can’t procrastinate forever — the Open Electricity Market (OEM) initiative has been in full swing for some time so if you haven’t already, it’s right about time to choose your...
4 January 2021
10 Best Black Friday Sales in Singapore (2020)
I want to say that Black Friday is the one annual shopping event that everyone saves up for, but let’s be real -— our bank accounts are kinda still bleeding...
24 November 2020
Open Electricity Market (OEM) Singapore – 10 Important Things to Know (Oct 2020 update)
Until the Open Electricity Market (OEM) initiative in Singapore — launched in Nov 2018 — electricity supply was never something Singaporeans had to give much thought to. Singapore Power (SP Group)...
1 October 2020
Citi PremierMiles Card – MoneySmart Review 2020
The Citi PremierMiles Card has been in the spotlight for the longest time: It’s considered one of the most popular Citibank credit cards, and once upon a time, some even...
28 July 2020
Citi Lazada Credit Card Review — Is It Only Good For Lazada Shoppers?
From the unexpectedly popular UOB KrisFlyer card to the newly introduced GrabPay credit card, there have been quite a few branded credit cards launched in the market. Here’s one more...
10 July 2020
Compilation of Updated Savings Account Interest Rates Amid Covid-19 Recession (July 2020)
In case you haven’t got the memo, the world is in recession. Last month, the U.S. Federal Reserve slashed their rates to almost zero in a desperate bid to shore up...
2 July 2020
Shopee Promo Codes & Credit Card Discounts in Singapore (2020)
Be it Shopee or anywhere else, as long as it’s an online shopping platform, you had better first Google for promo codes. If you can’t find any, then boycott them...
2 July 2020
Dengue Fever in Singapore — Symptoms, Insurance & Treatment Costs
Everyone is worrying about the novel coronavirus outbreak, but there’s another virus that’s spreading on the down low — dengue fever. As of June 2020, there are already more than 12,000...
23 June 2020
U.S. Fed Rates Slashed, SIBOR Plunges: What Does That Mean For 2020 Mortgage Rates in Singapore?
2019 was the year of SIBOR’s recovery, but the recent emergency fed rate cut has officially tipped the scales. The Federal Reserve interest rate were cut by half a percentage...
2 June 2020
Covid-19 Circuit Breaker: An Updated List of CCB Measures and Fines
Maybe one day I’ll be mature enough to not giggle at it, but as of now, I’m really tickled by how everyone is embracing the term “CCB”, which now stands...
21 April 2020
[UPDATED] Solidarity Budget 2020 — $600 Solidarity Payment, 75% Co-Funding for Wages & More
By now, you should be pretty dang shaken by the social and economic impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. If not, then you and your circle are very privileged. Many Singaporeans are...
21 April 2020
Online Groceries in Singapore — Which Has The Cheapest Delivery Fees?
Online grocery shopping was already popular with young families and the more tech savvy crowd, but now that the Singapore government has implemented the circuit breaker — essentially a temporary...
19 April 2020
Giving.sg Charity Portal: 13 Charities for Covid-19 Donations in Singapore
The Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak has shined light on the most vulnerable people in society, such as the ill, elderly, disabled, etc. If you are young, healthy and your only complaint...
17 April 2020
Covid-19 Relief: Compilation of Government Financial Assistance Schemes
Unemployment during this Covid-19 outbreak is a very real thing. The government recently announced the supplementary resilience budget 2020, setting aside an extra $48 billion to support the economy. A huge...
6 April 2020
[UPDATED] Budget 2020 — Measures to Cushion Impact of Covid-19 on Key Sectors
One of the key themes of this year’s Budget 2020 announcement by Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat is the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak in Singapore. It came at an unfortunate time,...
6 April 2020
[UPDATED] Resilience Budget 2020 — Up to $900 Cash for Singaporeans, $1,000 Monthly Payout for Self-Employed & More
Whether you care to admit it or not, COVID-19 is wreaking havoc globally. Even if you think that medically it’s “just a flu” — scoffs — you can’t possibly be...
6 April 2020
[UPDATED] Unity Budget 2020 — No GST Increase For 2021, Up to $1,600 GST Vouchers & More
Perhaps one of the most anticipated announcements of Budget 2020 was that of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Singapore. In Budget 2018, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat announced...
6 April 2020
5 Part-Time Jobs You Can Do During This Covid-19 Period
Covid-19 is a medical emergency, but its impact goes far beyond the healthcare industry. It has accelerated the global recession, impacting many key sectors in Singapore like retail, aviation, tourism...
1 April 2020
35 Shopping Malls With Free Parking Until Further Notice (Mar 2020)
Note: This article was written before Singapore’s circuit breaker measures were implemented. Although these malls remain open (for the essential store like supermarkets and pharmacies), most of these promotions have...
31 March 2020
[UPDATED] Budget 2020 Highlights — 10 Key Announcements To Note
I have to admit — I’m quite impressed by the Budget 2020 announcement by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat. From what he shared, the government seems...
26 March 2020
4 Hot Pot Alternatives To Haidilao – Xiao Fei Yang, Beauty In The Pot & More
I felt a little happy when I read the news about food critic Chua Lam getting flamed for his blasphemous remarks (“no cultural significance”) on the culinary genius that is...
23 March 2020
13 Cheap Mookata Buffets & Set Meals in Singapore (2020)
With sizzling meat and seafood on lard-drenched hot plates, mookata (i.e. Thai BBQ) is the stuff sinful dreams are made of. And thanks to its popularity in Singapore, you can...
22 March 2020
Gold vs Silver Prices – Is It Worth Investing in Silver?
People are always yapping about how valuable gold is, but they often overlook the yellow metal’s less flashy cousin, silver. The recent years have been quite underwhelming for the two precious...
20 March 2020
Being A Sugar Baby in Singapore — How Much Money Can This Controversial “Job” Make?
You can say that the rise of dating apps like Tinder and Coffee Meets Bagel have completely changed the way modern Singaporeans date, but unlike traditional courtship, there’s one thing...
18 March 2020