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Singapore's Economy Snapshot: Six Key Stats to Watch

Overwhelmed by news data and market chatter about how Singapore's economy is doing? Start with these six key statistics to give you a bird's eye view of our city-state's macroeconomic situation.

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Set your house (loan) in order even as interest rates soar

Now more than ever, mortgages remain one of Singaporeans' biggest liabilities with rising interest rates. Here are some things to consider as you navigate your home loan.

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Money talks: Raising financially-savvy kids

It's never too early to start learning about finance. Here are some tips and tricks to help your child navigate and nurture a healthy, lifelong partnership with money.

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Thinking of doing up your home? Green is a good colour

Renovating your home may be a dusty and dirty process, but there are ways to do it that can help save the environment and even your money.

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Here's why you should pay attention to the US Federal Reserve's interest rate hikes

The hikes will have a ripple effect on the global economy, including Singapore.

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The move from SOR/SIBOR to SORA: What you should know

Singapore-based borrowers should prepare for a transition to the Singapore Overnight Rate Average (SORA), a new benchmark interest rate to which all loans will be pegged to.

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Are you 'revenge spending'? Do it the smart way

As the global economy reopens further, enthusiastic spenders will be looking to get their hands on all they have missed out on in the last couple of years. But how do you spend smartly?

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Green your ride. It'll be more sustainable for your wallet too

Making the switch to electric vehicles can let you save the earth and your wallet at the same time. Who said you can't enjoy the best of both worlds?

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3 ways home buyers can tackle the latest cooling measures

The tightening of property measures has impacted both first-time buyers and investors. While this calls for greater financial prudence, meticulous planning can help you make more informed decisions when making a purchase.

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The superpower that grows your money

Witness some financial magic with the power of compounding and make your money work for you without lifting a finger.

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Get these ready before you embark on your VTL flight

The Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) scheme enables travellers to cross borders without quarantine in these pandemic times. Ensure a smoother trip by getting ready with these simple steps.

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4 things to consider as you couple your finances

Explore these strategies to help you budget, make financial plans, insure and invest for your shared future with your life partner together.

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How to play your (credit) cards right

Deal yourself a better hand by busting these common myths you might have about owning a credit card.

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Rich Debt, Poor Debt: Why not all debts are bad for you

It's not always bad news if you owe some money - there may be benefits in borrowing.

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4 credit card tips for your next holiday

You've booked the perfect hotel, sorted out your itinerary and are eagerly awaiting the arrival of your trip. And for most of us, our credit or debit card is often one of the must-bring items on the packing list.

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Rising inflation rates: What does it mean for you?

Inflation is part and parcel of the modern economy. But rising prices affect different groups of people differently. We look at how inflation affects Consumers, Savers and Investors.

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Don't be a broke salaryman: Am I spending too much of my pay?

Knowing your paycheck has been freshly deposited into your bank account makes spending easy, but saving at the same time isn't hard to do too. It's all about striking a balance.

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3 tips to manage your money the smart way

There are several benefits of using Maybank as your bank of choice to transact across Southeast Asia.

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Itching to travel? 3 tips for choosing insurance when we can travel again

Do you skip buying travel insurance when you are bound for a holiday?

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Why an education loan makes sense - if you choose wisely

Furthering your studies is a milestone in your life.

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The debt trap is a painful one. Here's how to get out of it

The Debt Consolidation Plan (DCP) is a welcome solution to turn your finances around if you are facing difficulties.

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