The 360 Account Or The Bonus Saving Account If You Have $25,000?
If you have been checking out the local news lately, you would have noticed that one of the local bank (starting with O) has just launched a new Savings Account called the 360 Account whereby you can get up to 3.05% per year when you save and transact with the bank. Before this launch, there […]
Scale Back Your Debts Before You Retire – Don’t Let Debts Mar Your Golden Years
A very common assumption among people is that retirement is equivalent to being debt free. All your credit cards have zero balances, your home mortgage is paid off and you only have a car payment as you’ve got some amazing financing deal from the dealership. When you thought of retiring, a mortgage payments wasn’t certainly […]
How’s Your Money Accounts In 2013? Welcome To 2014!
Goodbye 2013 and welcome to 2014! I hope you have enjoyed good health, planned well and increased your overall wealth in 2013! If 2013 had not been kind to you in any areas… the past is over and the new year is here… so you might just want to forget whatever has happened in the […]
My Responses To The Questions On The Dependants’ Protection Scheme (DPS) And Eldershield
A Reader has recently submitted these following questions (some of these have been edited for the purpose of this blog post) about the Dependants’ Protection Scheme and Eldershield: a) what happened to my Dependent Protection Scheme as I do not remember opting out b) how do I reinstate my Dependent Protection Scheme c) I would […]
9 Simple Ways On How To Save Money With Your Shopping
I have just realized that I have been spending quite a lot of money over the last few months without really knowing where I have spent it on (all thanks to my credit cards). Luckily I managed to pay everything off and did not get into any debts but there’s certainly a big drop in […]