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How to pick the best new year’s resolution for yourself
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by SingSaver.com.sg The key to making New Year’s resolutions stick is to make them clearly defined, do-able (by you) and personally meaningful. Given the spectacularly short lives of New Year’s resolutions (anywhere between 1 week to 6 months, depending on who you ask), you’d Read More

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PSB Academy inks partnership for sports science students to win smart with data analytics
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PSB Academy (PSB) has inked an exclusive partnership with VX Sport to offer students from its sports science programmes the use of VX Sport software, and train them to harness data analytics for sports coaching and athlete performance management. Both organisations officiated this industry partnership at Read More

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Five things millennials are supposedly “destroying” (but really aren’t)
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by SingSaver.com.sg From diamonds to alcohol to dining out, millennials have been blamed for the decline of many industries. But is there any truth in these accusations? Google the words “millennial” and “destroy”, and see the results. We’ll wait. Are you done? Then, you’ll Read More

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IMDA launches public consultation to seek views on introduction of alternative dispute resolution for telecommunication and media services
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) has launched a public consultation to seek views on its proposed framework for the Telecommunication and Subscription TV Mediation-Adjudication Scheme (“the Scheme”). According to the authority, the Scheme aims to introduce an alternative dispute resolution scheme for Read More

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Three steps to avoid financial hangover from year end shopping spree
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by Value Penguin With all the sales events and holidays that take place from November to December, it’s easy to end up with a big credit card balance by January. For instance, the year end shopping spree has generally increased the consumer credit card Read More

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Five money-saving hacks on your beauty and skincare spending
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by Value Penguin It’s always easy to overspend on beauty and skin products. After all, skin and face is some of the most intimate body parts that shape people’s self image. Who doesn’t want to achieve the best representation of themselves? But, there are Read More

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Five reasons travel insurance is extra important on cruise ships
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by Singsaver.com.sg Taking a cruise comes with unique risks that are not like any other holidays, and you may need more comprehensive forms of travel insurance. If cruises are your vacation method of choice, then beef up your travel insurance! There are plenty of Read More

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Follow these seven tips to save money on short family vacations
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by SingSaver.com.sg Short family getaways can end up costing you more money than expected. Use these tips to remain in control of your budget. Short family vacations can be deceptively pricey. Because they’re just for a brief period (e.g. three days), and the overall Read More

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Six tips to protect yourself from AirBnB scams
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by Singsaver.com.sg The popularity of Airbnb also means scammers like to target their unsuspecting customers. Here are 6 ways to protect yourself. You may recall how a Singaporean woman was scammed out of almost S$52,000, by scammers who created a spoof Airbnb website. Now we Read More

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Sailor Cheryl Teo gets Olympic boost from Chiam See Tong foundation
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2017 Southeast Asian Games gold medallist Cheryl Teo has received an Asian Games 2018 and Tokyo 2020 boost from the Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation. After applying for funding support in her quest to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, the 19-year-old Read More

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