With all the e-payments available in Singapore, one would wonder why we aren’t as integrated yet like AliPay is in China. Here’s why.

MoneySense initiated a compulsory financial literacy module for year 1 Polytechnic and ITE students. What should they expect to learn? And how else can MoneySense educate Singaporeans?

We’re all guilty of paying for hidden charges just because we don’t analyse our receipts enough. Instead of getting a rude shock the next time you scrutinize your bank statements, this compilation should better inform you of platforms that are sneakily charging you extra for transactions.

This is your best friend in managing your personal finance as a self-employed person.

“Ah Boys to Men” your savings during your National Service days. Saving half of your NS allowance can accumulate close to S$10,000 Savings.

Your Go-To Guide if You Are Relocating to Singapore!

With the advent of new technologies and mobile platforms, online companies often find ways to grow. Making it more efficient to shop is one of the benefits from this. Hence, consumers should be smarter with a full list of options to jump on and save money.

We’ve crossed the middle of the year again and if you’re as lucky as I am, you should have been informed of your salary increment for 2018. Here’s a way to save smarter!

Here are the simple pros and cons of the various spending options available to you today. Be it cashback or miles, figure it out and get rewarded!

A simple guide on the accounts you should set up and what you should do next to hit a minimum of $25k savings at the end of 2 years.

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