Should you take out a car loan or pay cash? if you do not invest, yes. If you do invest, it depends – but probably not.
Grid Mobile offers really good value with 40GB and 200 minutes of calls per month for $25/mth. To sweeten the deal for Malaysians in Singapore, they include 1GB/mth of Malaysian data. Perfect for short monthly trips!
redone’s $8/mth plan is probably the perfect plan for many Malaysians living in Singapore, as at October 2019
Would knowing how much you spent on dining, groceries, gym membership change your behaviour? If not, then tracking your expenses might just be a fruitless exercise.
The ING Orange Everyday is probably the best bank account available in the Australian market.
Here’s how to open a phone plan in Singapore. Shout out to Circles.Life, who are still offering their $0/mth plan!
This is a rough guide on how to open a bank account in Singapore as a foreigner. It’s also a subtle (maybe not so subtle, with a thumbnail like that..) advert for the DBS Multiplier – not because I get anything out of it – but because from what I’ve seen so far, it seems to be the best, most balanced and overall most convenient (and best “value”) bank account in Singapore.
Miles vs Cashback – which is better?
My tips for maximising promotions. I go through the questions you need to ask and roughly explain the thought process I go through when thinking of how to make the most of a promotion.
$1 Medium Milk Tea with Pearls @ LiHo when you pay via GrabPay. Find out more about GrabPay!