• Managing Your Personal Finance Like A Business

    Managing Your Personal Finance Like A Business

    Managing your personal finance matters better simply by translating some relevant skills that you would have already picked up from your workplace. We look at some examples.  Most of us “semi-adults” have a job. We may work at an MNC, an SME, at our own start-up or even for the government. Like it or...

  • 5 reasons to quit your job even if you haven’t found a new one

    5 reasons to quit your job even if you haven’t found a new one

    It’s scary but also something every young person should consider We are sure the majority of Singaporeans have never contemplated this idea. In our money-hungry and materialistic society, we don’t really have a choice. We have commitments on hand, people to impress and sometimes loved ones to support. ...

  • 3 Reasons Why You Should Start Investing Today

    3 Reasons Why You Should Start Investing Today

    Many people in Singapore want to invest, but feel they do not have the necessary knowledge and skills to be successful in their investments. So what do they do? They either keep their monies in banks, earning miserable interest rates of about 0.2 percent annually, or choose to spend their money. Both...

How You Can Start Adopting A Saving Habit

How You Can Start Adopting A Saving Habit

Most Singaporeans will admit that we do not have good saving habits. If we look around our circle of friends, it is easy to find people who are struggling to save - possibly ourselves as well. There are simply some who spend as much as they earn, essentially living life a month at a time. Contrary to popular belief, a survey done last year by JobsCentral showed that people between the ages of 21 – 30 actually ha...

16 Sep 10:00 AM 17 Read Moore...
An Easy Example Of How Inflation Works

An Easy Example Of How Inflation Works

We share an easy example of how inflation works and how it will affect you, and your cup of kopi-o. Milton Friedman, a Nobel Laureate, once said: “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon”. With major central banks printing money excessively, it is safe to assume that inflation will continue to remain in Singapore. Annual inflation rates over the past 5 years has been 3.12%. Putting your...

13 Sep 4:00 PM 19 Read Moore...
How does the changes in TOTO affects your winnings?

How does the changes in TOTO affects your winnings?

Singapore Pools has recently altered the structure of our local lottery system, widely known as “Toto”. How does that affect your chances of winning? More importantly, should you still be betting in light of the new changes? Here are the changes that were made to one of Singaporeans’ favourite lottery bets. Changes: 1. Choose a combination of 6 winning numbers from 49 numbers, up from 45 numbers previo...

07 Sep 1:00 PM 74 Read Moore...
Why the Government does not owe Zouk a living

Why the Government does not owe Zouk a living

Zouk has once again against all odds received a lease extension to continue operating at their current premises at Jiak Kim Street. The combined authorities of the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) gave their blessings. Unknown to many, this is actually the third consecutive year whereby Zouk had applied and received an extension. This time rou...

04 Sep 10:00 AM 6 Read Moore...
Why LTA Should Have Sanction SMRT For Exploitation Of “Public Goods”

Why LTA Should Have Sanction SMRT For Exploitation Of “Public Goods”

And why it is NOT in the interest of taxpayers that they have failed to do so We are going to be blunt. SMRT, in our opinion, exploited the public transport system when they allowed trains to be privately chartered by ACS (I). Not everyone will agree, but we will tell you why. Chartering a bus or plane is not bizarre, but chartering trains certainly are! It may not be as bizarre had the train system be funded a...

01 Sep 9:00 PM 12 Read Moore...