Finance

POSB Smart Buddy programme launches in 19 schools, world’s first in-school wearable tech saving & payment programme
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

SINGAPORE, 16 August 2017 – POSB today celebrates the official launch of a global first – the POSB Smart Buddy programme – in 19 primary schools. The ground-breaking programme uses wearable tech (a watch) to teach students how to save and spend wisely Read More

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The patterns of dodgy property agents
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

Co-authored by Mr. Ku Swee Yong and Janice Chin Li Ping, an undergraduate from the Department of Real Estate, National University of Singapore. In today’s competitive services market, real estate agents are not only caught in the strife of industry competition, they also Read More

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Why Singaporeans shouldn’t rush to buy BITCOIN right now
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by Singsaver.com.sg Now that bitcoin is valued at US$4,000, some Singaporeans are wondering if it’s worth investing in bitcoin. Here are some things to know first. Bitcoin has steadily raised in value this past year and hit the US$4,000 mark last week. This has led Read More

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4 Customer Support Clichés That Actually Work
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by Robin Singh A wise woman once said: “Make a customer, not a sale”. Then again, it seems the competition in the industry took this advice the wrong way, since they constantly address the customers with generic phrases, or should we say clichés. Read More

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Are Singapore banks transferring interest rate risks to consumers?
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

Paul Ho (iCompareLoan.com) 07 Aug 2017. OCBC follows hot on the heels of DBS and UOB to launch a new fixed deposit rate pegged package A bit of recap of how all such rates came about. DBS created the market’s first Pegged to Fixed Read More

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Why you need to learn about defects before getting your new home
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by Property Soul Buying a home is an indispensable part of the Singapore dream. After you placed the deposit, followed the progressive payments, signed up for a 30-year housing loan, and finally collected the key to your new home, a big surprise is Read More

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Property: “Hotspots All Over Singapore”
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Co-founder of HugProperty Mr. Ku Swee Yong co-writes an article, ‘Hotspots All Over Singapore’ with Janice Chin Li Ping and Shannon Aw Qian Tong, undergraduates from the Department of Real Estate, National University of Singapore. What’s with All the Media Hype? Over the Read More

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4 things to note for Property Outlook 2017-2018
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

Property Outlook 2017 is out, and for your convenience, we’ve summarised the interesting bits here. This might be a challenging year for landlords (and by default property agents); we all know there’s some correlation between the overall economy and the property market, and Read More

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Why housing affordability is more than your salary
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by Property Soul Dollars and Sense recently published a blog post titled “Here’s the salary you need to earn to afford these homes in Singapore”. The writer of the article has the good intention to show readers what type of housing they can Read More

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How your parents’ income ultimately affects yours
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by SingSaver.com.sg It’s a simple fact that your parents’ income has a huge impact on yours, as wealthier parents can give you more advantages. Here’s why. Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chua Jin recently talked about the new KidSTART initiative. This is a programme Read More

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