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7 easy tips to make your move to Singapore trauma-free

By ezbuy.sg In the distant past, Singapore was considered a hardship posting; a savage frontier port mired in tropical heat and mosquitoes. Today it’s pretty much like that, except also more expensive. If you intend to move here for a while, to work or study, here are some key points to note: 1. Check for a diplomatic clause when renting Your …

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Items that you should never buy online

By ezbuy.sg The world wide web has revolutionised the way we live, get our news, connect with family and friends, the way we work, and the way we shop. While shopping online used to be for a brave few, it has become much more common, and easier as well. With that being said, there are still items that you’re better off …

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Craft supplies for that one could get for their kids

By ezbuy.sg School holidays are here again! If you’re looking forward to spending more time with your kids but are struggling to find a way to connect, rest assured—you’ve got company. Here’s where crafting can help. It’s something you can do together with your children, without leaving the house, getting dressed or planning ahead (if you’ve already stocked up on the …

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What are you really paying for when you buy chocolate in Singapore?

By SingSaver.com.sg Here’s an honest look at what goes into your chocolates, and how to save money when you buy them. In the old days, you could pay a $5 note for a chocolate bar and expect change. But look at the chocolates at supermarkets in Singapore these days, and you’ll be hard pressed to find anything at that price. It’s …

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ezbuy to host one-off warehouse sale on 17-19 February

Note: Nearest MRT is Kovan, not Tampines ezbuy.sg, Singapore’s first and largest global shopping platform by page views and number of distribution points, is hosting a one-off warehouse sale this weekend from 17-19 February 2017 11am-8pm at ezbuy.sg’s main warehouse at 1 Greenwich Drive #01-01 Singapore 533865. Items for sale include furniture, apparel, toys, electrical, pet and household ware. Ms …

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The financial benefits of being single in Singapore

By SingSaver.com.sg Single on Valentine’s Day? Good, celebrate it. While we don’t begrudge getting married or being in a relationship, there are plenty of overlooked advantages to being single, especially with regard to your wallet. Better career opportunities and a bigger network are just some of the other financial perks of being single. Here are some of the things you should …

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Don’t let social pressure make you overspend for Valentine’s Day

By SingSaver.com.sg In 2016, Singaporeans spent an average of S$263 on Valentine’s Day. Giving into social expectations often means paying over-inflated prices. For a city once accused of being the most unhappy in the world, Singapore sure loves love. In 2016, MasterCard found that Singaporeans planned to spend an average of S$263 on Valentine’s Day. This places Singapore in the 3rd …

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New graduates in Singapore shouldn’t wait too long to find a job

By SingSaver.com.sg If new graduates wait longer than 6 months to find a job, you’ll risk not landing any job at all. If you’re just out of university, you may be a bit disappointed at your current job prospects. Singapore’s job market is not at a peak right now, due to global economic uncertainty. While you can’t control that, there is …

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