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.
The UOB One card allows the holder to save $500 via a Prudential savings plan instead of spending $500 for higher interest. But it stretches over five years and will be locked for an additional decade. AK weighs in with his view.
Although experience may be the best teacher, it’s also the most expensive – especially in matters of money. It’s far cheaper (if not always as effective) to learn from others’ experience, insight and errors.
Credit cards have become an integral part of everyday modern life. Especially in this digital age where contactless and mobile transactions are the way to go, it is uncommon to find a peer without a credit card in his or her wallet.
According to a recent Straits Times article reporting the findings of the latest Marriage and Parenthood Survey, six out of 10 single (meaning unmarried) Singaporeans aged 21-45 are “not dating seriously”. “Not dating seriously” means not dating with marriage in mind.