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NTUC Insurance Droplet Insures You Against Grab & Gojek Surge Pricing – Ridiculous or Useful?
NTUC Insurance Droplet Insures You Against Grab & Gojek Surge Pricing – Ridiculous or Useful?
Guess the folks at NTUC Income are being pushed to think out of the box, because they’re now pushing this ...
25 January 2019
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No Kids? Singaporeans Without Children Can Do These 5 Things to Plan for Old Age
Singaporeans are becoming extinct thanks to our spectacularly low birth rate. Many have chosen to live ...
19 November 2018
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Cost of Living in Singapore Going Up – 5 Things That Will Get More Expensive in 2019
“Singapore so expensive!” and “Wah lao, [insert hawker dish here] price went up again!” are common refrains ...
1 November 2018
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How to Save Money and Be Green At the Same Time: 3 Key Trends in Singapore
Singapore is the last country on earth where you would expect anyone to care about the environment. People ...
28 September 2018
3 Pieces of Questionable Wealth Advice From Fengshui Masters, and What You Should Be Doing Instead
3 Pieces of Questionable Wealth Advice From Fengshui Masters, and What You Should Be Doing Instead
If the rumours are to be believed, Singapore was built using feng shui principles. Everything from that ...
13 April 2018
Grab Has Beaten Uber in Singapore, But Are We the Real Losers?
Grab Has Beaten Uber in Singapore, But Are We the Real Losers?
It’s been the worst kept secret, but on Monday it was announced that Grab had finally acquired their rivals ...
28 March 2018
3 Ways Income Inequality Can Be Reduced in Singapore
3 Ways Income Inequality Can Be Reduced in Singapore
Picture this: you’re standing by the side of the street at 10pm, exhausted after a gruelling day of work, ...
21 March 2018
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Insurance Companies Getting Mixed Signals from the Government – Here’s What It Means for You
This has been a weird week for insurance companies. They’ve been the subject of not one but three discussions ...
9 March 2018
The 2 Biggest Reasons Singaporeans are Retiring Later, and How to Avoid the Same Fate
The 2 Biggest Reasons Singaporeans are Retiring Later, and How to Avoid the Same Fate
There are some Singaporeans who wish they were retired every morning when their alarm wakes them up for ...
6 March 2018
3 Ways Singapore Workplaces Can Support Gender Equality and Raise the Birthrate
3 Ways Singapore Workplaces Can Support Gender Equality and Raise the Birthrate
It’s obvious that work-life balance, or the lack of it, has had a strong part to play in lowering Singapore’s ...
28 February 2018
3 Ways the Employment Landscape in Singapore Has Changed Over the Years
3 Ways the Employment Landscape in Singapore Has Changed Over the Years
Building a career in 2018 is a whole different ballgame from how it was in 1998. There’s a reason nobody ...
27 February 2018
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5 Countries That Do Cashless Payments Way Better Than Singapore
The Singapore government is pushing to create a completely cashless society, but naysayers have been insisting ...
23 February 2018
3 Awesome Things Singaporeans Should be Looking Forward To Over the Next Decade
3 Awesome Things Singaporeans Should be Looking Forward To Over the Next Decade
Apparently, Singaporeans aren’t very optimistic about the future. A 2016 survey found that Singaporean ...
19 February 2018
Top 3 Reasons Overseas Singaporeans Decide to Move Back Home
Top 3 Reasons Overseas Singaporeans Decide to Move Back Home
Singaporeans are always complaining about how they wish they could migrate to another country to escape ...
8 February 2018
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5 Tips to Help Singaporeans Survive the Transition to Cashless Payments
The government seems pretty determined to turn Singapore into a cashless society, and has announced that ...
7 February 2018
4 Singaporean Phenomena That are Making You Poorer
4 Singaporean Phenomena That are Making You Poorer
One of the hallmarks of meritocracy is that if you don’t make it in life, it’s your fault. Or is it? There ...
2 February 2018
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3 Money-Saving Ways to Live the Scandinavian Hygge Lifestyle
We may not have winter in Singapore, but the Scandinavian concept of hygge has resonated for some Singaporeans. ...
25 January 2018
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3 Consequences the Zero Vehicle Growth Rate May Have on the Property Market
The full implications of the government’s recent announcement about the reduction of the vehicle growth ...
10 January 2018
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What Should Singaporeans Expect From The Economy in 2018?
2018 is starting out a lot more optimistically than 2017 did. A year ago, Singaporeans were fretting over ...
8 January 2018
5 Things Singaporeans Should be Pessimistic About in 2018
5 Things Singaporeans Should be Pessimistic About in 2018
Not to be a wet blanket, but it looks like 2018 isn’t shaping up to be such a great year. The job market ...
5 January 2018
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5 Expensive Habits Singaporeans Should Consider Breaking in 2018
Anyone who claims they have no bad habits is lying, or at a job interview. We’ve all got some nasty little ...
2 January 2018
Bitcoin and 5 Other Bubbles in the Past 20 Years
Bitcoin and 5 Other Bubbles in the Past 20 Years
Those of you who are kicking yourselves for not jumping on the bitcoin wagon earlier might find some cold ...
15 December 2017
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3 Ways Employers can Boost Employee Engagement and Stop Their Workers From Turning into Zombies
Do you have colleagues whose default facial expression at work is “sian”? Who try to get by doing the bare ...
12 December 2017
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3 Principles Singaporeans Should Live By to Achieve a Good Work-Life Balance
Sometimes, achieving work-life balance can seem as hard as finding a cure for cancer. Long working hours ...
1 December 2017
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How Will the Government be Raising Taxes and How Can Singaporeans Deal With It?
When the government warns us that we’re soon going to pay more for something, you can bet it’ll happen. ...
27 November 2017