SG tax revenue up by 22.4% compared to previous financial year

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Travel: #1 in Singapore consumers’ non-essential spending

A recent survey found out that Singapore consumers are choosing payment schemes such as Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) for their non-essential spending. And, travel is among the top non-essential item.

By |2022-08-11T08:37:23+08:00August 10, 2022|Personal Finance, Lifestyle, News|Comments Off on Travel: #1 in Singapore consumers’ non-essential spending

Malaysia already loses Singapore as a customer due to chicken export ban, says MP

According to Malaysian MP Wong Shu Qi, the country has already lost a market due to the chicken export ban. So, no matter whether they lift the chicken export ban they have already lost a customer.

By |2022-08-06T10:48:11+08:00August 6, 2022|News, Business|Comments Off on Malaysia already loses Singapore as a customer due to chicken export ban, says MP

Residential sales to be affected by increasing fixed-rate home loans

As banks increase their fixed rate home loans from 2.75% per annum to 3.08% per annum, residential sales are expected to decrease.

By |2022-08-03T15:22:56+08:00August 3, 2022|Investments, News, Personal Finance|Comments Off on Residential sales to be affected by increasing fixed-rate home loans

How To Choose The Best Open Electricity Market (OEM) Plan In Singapore

It’s hard to imagine that only several years ago, Singaporeans didn’t have to worry about their electricity supply. As electricity retailers increase, many households are wondering what’s the best open electricity market plan for them.

By |2022-07-27T16:59:09+08:00July 27, 2022|Technology, Lifestyle|Comments Off on How To Choose The Best Open Electricity Market (OEM) Plan In Singapore

Singapore’s private residential prices expected to increase up to 8% this year

In the second quarter of 2022, private residential prices already rose by 3.5%. According to property experts, this will increase more up to 6% to 8%.

By |2022-07-25T20:15:34+08:00July 25, 2022|Investments, Lifestyle, News|Comments Off on Singapore’s private residential prices expected to increase up to 8% this year
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