A typical argument on whether a married couple should deposit their salary into a joint account or hold them separately.
Previously, we compared the best cashback cards for working adults. Now, we will look at the best miles cards to see how strong the miles game is!
The internet has made it very easy for us to send money abroad these days. Just a few swipes or clicks on your smartphone or PC and you will be able to remit money to your family and friends living in a foreign country. It has been a long time since Singapore established itself as […]
In our Seedly Personal Finance Community, the topic of CPF has been a heavily debated one. Everyone has a different opinion on whether CPF is a good thing or a bad thing. However, the answer to this question isn’t that relevant for most people since making CPF contribution is an unchangeable fact of life for Singaporeans […]
There are 8 million credit cards circulating in Singapore but with only 1.6 million credit card users, the average Singaporean owns 5 cards!
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 […]
It can be pretty difficult to ignore the surge of cryptocurrencies and bitcoin taking over social media and traditional media alike. Many have been describing it as the modern day gold, in the tech-infused world of today. With any good revolution, it is often split right down the middle, some claiming it to be tulip […]
$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 […]
3 out of 4 Singaporeans have no concrete financial plans for retirement. We came up with a checklist that gets you started with your retirement planning.