Treatment of cancer in Singapore is said to cost to be S$8,000 to S$17,000 per month. Singapore’s median household income? S$3,500.
We believe that this is really only the start and there is much more to be desired and the message of personal financial literacy for the masses can be a lot far-spreading.
We decided to compile all the positive experiences people have had with insurance and financial planning and share with the greater community! Some of these agents deserve some encouragement.
” The guy was 3 hours late to a date because he woke up late, and then insisted on taking the bus from somewhere in the North to somewhere in the West because he has a bus concession pass but not a MRT concession.”
To make things easy, we broke things down and summarised 5 things Singaporean Youths need to know about Budget 2018. Beyond the concerns about our 9% GST, many things mentioned affect the lives of youths.
We scroll through our Instagram at least once a day. If you are looking to take an occasional break from all the pictures of unfairly good-looking people, heavily edited photos of food and unaffordable luxury, here are some Instagram accounts that can help you get better with your finances.
6 books to level up your investing game, from beginners to season investors.
While each Singaporean has their own take on what The Budget 2018 might be about. What will your bet be on? Stay tuned to this article and our Personal Finance Community for more updates as it happens!