Ah, Halloween, the only day we can go out in whatever outfit we want and pass it off as a costume. If you are looking at trick or treating or even meeting up with a few other friends for a drink; here are some of the places to get your Halloween costumes in Singapore (with […]
Category: The New Savvy
In principle, budgeting sounds fairly easy. You start with your income, keep track of your expenses, and set aside savings toward your goals. Simple, right? Unfortunately, it’s easier said than done. Budgeting requires two things that many people don’t seem to have a lot of these days—time and discipline. And let’s be honest here. As […]
The post Regular budgeting doesn’t work for you? Try backwards budgeting appeared first on The New Savvy.
As The New Savvy’s Chief Operating Officer, Carolyn Davis, secures the functionality of the business through exercising control and structure. Whether it’s handling professional or personal difficulties, maintaining order comes as second nature to her ever since she was a young girl. Yet, no amount of control or preparation felt adequate for when she was […]
The post Breast Cancer: Interview with our COO, Carolyn Davis appeared first on The New Savvy.
Accumulating credit card debt, racking up high interest rates is scary; yet this does not stop individuals of all ages from swiping their card away. Being unable to pay your debt monthly can result in a long-lasting disturbance that will affect you and your family. 1. Too Much Credit Card Debt According to Value Penguin, […]
‘Tis the season of sharing scary tall tales. When it comes to managing your personal finances, there are all these myths that people fear or look out for. Here are some of the most popular myths about managing your personal finances and the truth behind it: Myth 1: Financial planning is not for me Reality: It […]
A combination of sound business and additional personal benefits, business immigration is becoming an increasingly popular option among entrepreneurs looking to expand their investment portfolio internationally. In an attempt to draw foreign capital willing to commit to a long-term business relationship, numerous countries around the world have created investment citizenship and investment residency programs. These […]
The post Entrepreneurs On-the-Go: Global Investment Immigration Trends appeared first on The New Savvy.
So you’re at a place in your life wherein you’re pretty sure you’re ready to make your first investment. This is wonderful, since investing is something I would encourage every woman to do in order to grow her money. This is one surefire way to reach her financial goals and save enough to be comfortable […]
The post Ready? Set? Go! What you should know before you start your first investment appeared first on The New Savvy.
WE DID IT! Wrap-up of The New Savvy’s first The Future is Female conference in Hong Kong “It’s great to see an event like The New Savvy really take off in Hong Kong. We need more education and open honest conversation around financial literacy among women, and it was incredible to be in such a […]
The post What I Learnt from The New Savvy’s First Conference in Hong Kong appeared first on The New Savvy.
Most of us have a desire to be fit and healthy. However, our hectic lives can often get in the way of living up to that potential, leading us to try to find quick shortcuts on our path to health and wellness. Unfortunately, some companies capitalise on this desire to be healthy and try to […]
The post 5 Health Misconceptions That Can Burn a Hole in Your Wallet appeared first on The New Savvy.
When it comes to budgeting, some people might think it is hard but it is as simple as balancing your expenses with your income. In other words, not spending more than you earn. Budgeting is important as it allows you to create a spending plan as well as allocate a sum to your savings. Keeping […]
The post Budgeting: Make it Fun Whilst Securing Your Financial Future appeared first on The New Savvy.