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Simplify your budget with the 50-30-20 rule
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by ValuePenguin With unexpected events and irresistible cravings hiding in every corner of our lives, controlling our expenditures on a daily basis can be a difficult task. However, just because it’s difficult to do, it doesn’t mean we can ignore it completely. One Read More

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The Orange Production launches with exciting new collaborations with young artists
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Local theatre company The Necessary Stage (TNS) will be working with young playwrights Nabilah Said and Faith Ng as part of the company’s new project, The Orange Production. Launching as part of TNS’ 30th anniversary celebrations, The Orange Production is an exploratory platform Read More

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Army Daze is back for its long awaited sequel, celebrating its 30th anniversary
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Singapore’s best-loved comedy turns 30 this year with Army Daze 2, an all-new comedy that catches up with Malcolm Png three decades later. The mummy’s boy in the original comedy is now an SAF regular, serving as Director of Public Affairs and when Read More

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Top six ways you’re spending way too much on your car
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by ValuePenguin Are you spending more on your car than you need to be? Or are you looking for ways to cut down on your car-related expenses? We’ve compiled a list of the top mistakes car-owners in Singapore are making that cost them Read More

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What happens if you’re caught driving without car insurance in Singapore?
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by ValuePenguin Car insurance can get very expensive in Singapore, especially if you’ve gotten in any accidents in the recent past or have any driving offenses on your record. Even for someone with a clean driving record, the average cost of car insurance can range Read More

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Should you care if your car insurance plan covers flood damage?
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by ValuePenguin You might assume that, in tropical Singapore, your car insurance plan must certainly cover flood damage to your car. After all, floods aren’t exactly uncommon here. However, upon reading through policy documents from major Singapore insurers, our team at ValuePenguin found that Read More

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Eight life-changing money lessons Singaporeans can learn from Star Wars
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by SingSaver You don’t have to be a movie critic to recognise Star Wars’ massive influence across cultures and generations. The action might have taken place in a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, but the wisdom of Star Wars Read More

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Money moves to make when you quit your job in a rage
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by SingSaver Sometimes, despite our best efforts, we end up in a bad job. Although we should never take any employment opportunities for granted, it can be very tempting to quit in a rage. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, consider Read More

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Why is healthy food in Singapore so expensive?
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by SingSaver Money Mysteries is a column by Ryan Ong that explores the odd world of money. Where does it all go when you give it to a bank? Why does a potato sometimes cost S$200, or shipping a sofa sometimes cost S$1.99? Read More

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Mother’s Day gift ideas and special deals mum will love
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by SingSaver There is a woman. She is your role model, your best friend and most ardent cheerleader. She brings your soup when you are ill, and when you fall, there her hand is. She works hard so you can live your best Read More

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