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Watch: 5 Things Singaporeans Do To Save Money, Only For Them To End Up Spending More

#1 Driving up to Malaysia to “save money”.

 

With the cost of living always increasing in Singapore, it’s common to find Singaporeans looking for all sorts of ways to stretch their money.

Sometimes though, their plans backfire.

We present five things that Singaporeans commonly do in order to save money, only for us to end up needlessly spending more.

Enjoy!

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