More than S$60.7 billion worth of tax revenue was collected in the 2021-2022 financial year.
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.
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.
As banks increase their fixed rate home loans from 2.75% per annum to 3.08% per annum, residential sales are expected to decrease.
As the cost of logistics, labour, and raw materials increases, businesses in Singapore revealed that they will be forced to close if sales will not recover by the end of 2022.
Travelling outside the country soon? The ICA is targeting to have a one-week processing time for Singaporean passports, similar to pre-COVID times
The Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) is set to go up by S$1. The rate adjustment will be continuously reviewed based on how busy the roads are.
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.
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%.
In today’s world, one of the biggest hassles is an unreliable internet connection. This is why you need to know the best home fibre broadband plans in Singapore.