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5 Fashionable Ways of Saving on Your Wardrobe Cost

Shopping can be an expensive hobby. According to the Singaporean government survey of household expenditure, an average household spends about S$200 on purchasing clothing, footwear and other personal effects on a monthly basis, amount to S$2,400 of shopping expenses per year. For avid shoppers, this budget could be easily be multiple times bigger, given that […]

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Singapore Investment Week 2018: Build your Portfolio, Achieve your Dreams

It’s 6:30 pm, you’re on the train home, blankly staring at the relentless peak hour crowd trying to squeeze in from every station. Suddenly, a passing thought makes you panic. Will I be able to acquire enough money to live comfortably? Would that mean I would have to work for the rest of my life? […]

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Newly-appointed CMO, Natalie Pringle forges her own path through hard work

When Natalie Pringle relocated to Hong Kong from London in 2015, her goal was to establish the International division of the Real Estate company she was working for. However, fate intervened. Her passion for property, investment, and growing new businesses eventually led her to the opportunity of a lifetime. Fast forward to three years later, […]

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Infographic: What Is Money?

Time to bring it back to the basics: what are you working for?
Money is only a medium of exchange, it can only do so much. Before you make any decisions, ask yourself: does it give you joy and happiness?

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4 Reasons Singapore is Great for Startups

With the power of increased connectivity, startups are increasingly able to choose where they do business. With its strong economy, well-educated populace and favorable tax treatment, Singapore should be high on their lists. 1. Thriving Economy Singapore’s economy is highly developed. For example, it is one of the richest nations in Asia (GDP per capita […]

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