The new year has arrived and with that comes the possibility of an increased cost of living. In an article focusing on a similar topic, we shared three possible areas which will experience a hike in prices such as water, COE prices and a possible 2% increase in GST. Here are seven tips that we […]
” The success of most Singaporeans entering the workforce lies on domestic workers. Domestic workers lifted the burden of housework from us and make it easier and convenient for us to focus on work. If I did not have to do my own housework, I would have so much energy.”
Groceries represent one of the biggest buckets of spending for Singaporeans. According to ValuePenguin, the average Singaporean family spends about S$1,334 on food and beverages each month. Even if you were to avoid dining out and cook at home most of the times, feeding a family of 3 can easily cost S$1,000 on a monthly basis. While […]
$134 Million Spent On Water Bringing a bottle from home may seem like a burden especially with a bottle taking up space and adding additional weight. You would rather not bring that bottle and buy a drink from your local convenience store. Data from research firm, Euromonitor international shows that Singaporeans spent $134 million on bottled water […]
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