It is very important to understand the role of money in today’s world. Financial institutions and banks exist solely to facilitate the economy, our day to day lives.
Your 20s can be the most vibrant phase of your life. It is when you finally step into the workforce after studying for nearly a quarter of your life.
The prospect of the Singapore’s labour market has remained “uneven across sectors” according to the report by Ministry of Manpower with regards to data from the first quarter of 2017.
It seems that Singaporeans are not performing up to standard as a Smart Nation, or at least, that’s what Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong implied in his recent National Day Rally Speech.
It’s August, and many new graduates may have started on their first job after graduation. Here's a compilation of AK's financial advice for fresh graduates.
As you move to the later stages of life, you need to react differently towards windfalls and financial crises. Here’s how your money attitudes will change by age 35.
When you just started working, you would most likely be thinking: How much am I earning compared to the average Singaporean?
Many avid investors are wary towards investing in tech stocks as the tech scene is changing too rapidly. In other words, it’s a common phenomenon that the market leader today might be lagging behind its competitors tomorrow.
Owning a home of our own is every Singaporean's desire. But we must be careful not to be burdened by our housing loan so much so that renting might actually make more sense.
Singaporeans are lovers of discounts; when there is one, there will always be a large crowd in-line. We love getting bargains, and that’s why so many of us like to cross over the causeway to Johor Bahru for cheaper food and groceries.