Your credit score is one of the most important elements in your financial life - it’s a number that indicates how likely an individual is to repay his or her debt. Having a good credit score will make it easie...
Singapore: A country of card rebates A savvy consumer is one who looks to get the best deal and most cash rebates from his/her spending. Over the weekend, a few readers reached out to us for a more detailed co...
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.
Watch out for the ways your senses are being manipulated. Retail stores in Singapore use sight, smell, sound and touch to make you buy things.
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.
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.
Credit is prevalent in our daily lives now. From credit cards, auto loans to mortgages, credit has long become a part and parcel of our lives. However, when it comes to managing of credit, many do not see the importance in it.
Many Singaporeans spend money on things that they can get for free. While some are no-brainers, many people still pay a hefty sum for them for convenience.
Just one more week to the new year and some of us have either set our new year resolutions... or not. Here are three actionable ideas we can take before the end of 2016. It would be great to take action on all three but even starting on one is a good first step.
Do you live pay cheque to pay cheque every month? How about your credit bills, do you pay just the bare minimum at the end of every month? Would you end up borrowing money if a recession hits us tomorrow?