Category: The New Savvy

Minus Moves in Credit Card Management: Bad Habits You Must Avoid

Enjoying the independence that comes with having your own credit card is a wonderful feeling. You can go where you want, when you want, and always have a viable payment method. What freedom!  As with any freedom, though, managing the way you use it is essential! Ignoring your credit card account and letting the debts […]

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Review of Singapore Government’s Budget: 2009-2017

The government of Singapore is set to announce its budget plans for 2018 on Monday, 19 Feb 2018. While many media outlets have been speculating what we could expect to hear from Minister Heng Sweet Keat next week, few have covered what actually has been happening with the government spending for the last few years. […]

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3 Ways Startups in Singapore Should Assess Different Financing Options

This article originally appeared on ValuePenguin Life of an entrepreneur is a constant struggle between bliss and misery. Sometimes, startup founders are exuberant about the latest milestones they achieved; in other times, they find themselves in a constant state of panic as they are trying to solve another problem that might just end their venture. […]

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Michelle Katics Gamifies Banking Training Through PortfolioQuest

Growing up in the collapse of the steel and manufacturing industry in the Southern United States, Michelle Katics recognised the uncertainty of life at a very young age. “I quickly realised that even if you set up a comfortable life, it can come crashing down; no matter how smart and hard-working you are,” she said. […]

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5 Signs You Are Living Beyond Your Means & How to Rectify Your Money Issues

5 Signs You Are Living Beyond Your Means Let’s face it, it can be really hard to live within your means these days; with credit cards, internet shopping, and a variety of products you can choose to buy, some people find it almost impossible to keep their finances in check. This can quickly get out […]

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3 Steps to Build Wealth in University On A Poor Student Budget

Although college may seem like the last place to start saving, it is actually the ideal time. All it takes is a $100 dollars a month for a 25-year-old to accumulate a substantial amount by the time they reach their fifties. Factors such as the rate and whether they invested or saved will determine the total figure […]

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