5 Reasons Your Credit Card Application Got Rejected
Credit Cards
5 Reasons Your Credit Card Application Got Rejected
Like those other obsolete symbols of wealth the Vertu phone and the Prada nylon backpacks ah lians used to carry, credit cards were once regarded as some kind of status...
21 October 2014
Is expensive makeup a waste of money
High Life
Why High End Designer Makeup May Be Costing You More Money Than You Think
The line between a “premium” product and a regular product is tricky one to tread. Your Merc S-Class may in fact look better and last longer than a Chery QQ,...
21 October 2014
term insurance singapore
Life Insurance
Term Life Insurance – Why You Should Start Here When Figuring Out What Coverage You Need
When it comes to life insurance, there are plenty of options out there to choose from. However, what might be the best policy for one person might not be the...
20 October 2014
singapore movie discounts 2014 moneysmart guide
Entertainment
Singapore Movie Discounts 2014: The MoneySmart Guide to the Best Movie Deals
It seems a bit silly to pay full price for movie tickets these days. Look, I’m not being dismissive here. But just have a look at how many movie discounts...
17 October 2014
3 Unique Staycation Ideas in Singapore
Entertainment
3 Unique Staycation Ideas in Singapore
Fancy a staycation on an island with a sandy beach and lagoon for swimming? In a holiday bungalow that  can accommodate 10 people and which costs less than $20 per day?
17 October 2014
air miles calculator
Travel
Air Miles – How Much Do You Really Need to Get a Free Trip?
After hearing about a certain someone’s $23,000 first class ticket to New York, lots of Singaporeans are suddenly becoming interested in collecting frequent flyer miles. All the times I’ve booked...
16 October 2014
credit card myths singapore
Credit Cards
4 Myths About Credit Cards That Are Hurting You Financially
Sure, credit card debt might have driven more than a couple of people over the edge, but that doesn’t mean you need to take out your scissors and start tearfully...
16 October 2014
can you survive on $20 a day in singapore
Budgeting
Can You Actually Survive on a $20-a-Day Budget in Singapore?
When you were in secondary school, JC or poly, your parents, part-time job or tuition kids might have given you $200-$400 a month. That works out to about $10 to...
15 October 2014
6 things singaporeans need to know about money
Opinion
6 Critical Things About Your Money Every Singaporean Needs to Understand Right Now
Needless to say, money is damn important in Singapore. From the day you’re born until the day you die, money will always play a huge role in determining how good...
14 October 2014
hobbies that will boost your career
Entertainment
4 Hobbies That Can Boost Your Career
The things that everyone tells you you should do to get ahead in your career are usually so boring or soul-sucking you can’t bring yourself to do them without feeling...
14 October 2014
5 things to consider before taking education loan singapore
Education
5 Things to Consider Before Taking Up an Education Loan
Don’t choose an education loan the way Singaporeans choose what tertiary courses to enrol in—by choosing the hardest one to get into. That’s not the way it works. Just because...
10 October 2014
what to do when you get into a car accident in malaysia
Car Insurance
Driving Into Malaysia? Here’s What You Should Do If an Accident Happens There
Singaporeans drive in and out of Malaysia everyday, and yet it seems like the hazards change on a daily basis. One day, it’s a speeding driver, the next day it’s...
10 October 2014
4 best selfie sticks singapore
Entertainment
The 4 Best Selfie Sticks to Capture Amazing Moments With
The term “selfie stick” might sound vulgar, but it’s actually just a long tool used by innocent, pouting teenagers and twenty-somethings. Yes, I’m talking about that thing they fix their...
9 October 2014
3 things to do in university that will make you rich
Career
3 Things You Can Do at University That Will Help You Get Rich
Nobody really thinks of university as a time that prepares you for the adult world. Get real. University actually helps to delay the onset of adulthood. We all know that...
8 October 2014
satellite-based ERP GNSS Singapore
Transportation
What the Proposed Satellite-based ERP System Could Mean for Singaporean Drivers
LTA’s recent press release on the potential implementation of a satellite based ERP system, which charges Singapore drivers on distance traveled over congested roads will be the biggest game changer...
7 October 2014
buying a resale HDB flat singapore
Property
Your Step-By-Step Guide To: Buying a Resale HDB
Unlike those BTO flat buyers, you don’t want to have to wait years to move into your new home. Or maybe you got priced out of the BTO market by...
7 October 2014
difference between term life and whole life insurance
Life Insurance
Think All Insurance Plans Do The Same Thing? Read This Before You Waste Money On Something You Don’t Need
By now, you probably have a good understanding of how important life insurance is. But do you know which type of life insurance policy is the right one to choose?...
3 October 2014
how to choose music lessons for children
Budgeting
3 Tips for Choosing an Effective Music Teacher for Your Child
Many parents dream of raising Von Trapp family-type children who can sing in harmony and give performances on their little pianos or violins. However, in reality, music lessons in Singapore...
3 October 2014
best way to spend 1000 in your 20s
Invest
The Best Way to Spend $1,000 in Your 20’s
You’ve probably seen this kind of article before. The best way to invest $1,000 is to put it in your CPF, drop it in a fixed deposit, blah blah blah....
2 October 2014
airbnb top travel destinations 2014
Travel
How Much Does It Cost to Visit Airbnb’s Top Travel Destinations of 2014?  
If you’re like most Internet users, you check out all those articles featuring the top 20 places to travel to just to validate your misery. Bonus points if you do...
1 October 2014
using cpf to purchase home property singapore
Property
3 Key Factors You Should Know When Using Your CPF to Purchase Property
Your Central Provident Fund (CPF) account is a lot like an indestructible piggy bank that won’t give you a cent back unless you use it for certain purchases such as...
30 September 2014
6 things to do after losing your job
Career
6 Critical Things To Do After Losing Your Job
After all that complaining you’ve done about your job, you would think you’d be happier with it out of your life forever. Unfortunately, when you finally lose your job, you’re...
29 September 2014
investing lessons
Invest
What a Used Can Collector Can Teach You About Investing
Lessons on investing don’t just have to be learnt from complicated market reports and expert tips. Very often, some of the simplest lessons on how to grow your money can...
29 September 2014
5 best flea markets singapore
Shopping
5 Best Flea Markets in Singapore
Buying stuff in actual shops in Singapore can be so expensive you have to take out a bank loan just to buy a pair of flip-flops. Okay, I exaggerate, but...
26 September 2014
worst thing about being broke
Opinion
The 6 Worst Things About Being Broke, and What You Can Do About It
As you gaze hopelessly at your fellow human beings roaring past in their Ferraris on the way to yet another party at a club you can’t even get a job...
25 September 2014