soCash are expanding beyond Singapore, and they’re now in Malaysia and Indonesia. Here, I speak a little bit about my experience using soCash in Malaysia
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.
I set off on a journey to figure out how to get access to the Hong Kong $10,000 government handout as a Hong Kong Permanent Resident who is currently overseas and without an active Hong Kong Bank Account. Here are my findings and tips!
Having a phone capable of using two SIMs at the same time is quite useful from a money saving perspective!
Last Updated: 11 Feb 2019 – A China-specific data package has recently been added which allows you to bypass the Great Firewall. It’s $240HKD for a 5GB data package valid for 2 years, which is double the price of the standard 5GB 2-year package. Is it worth it? Personally, I don’t think so – despite the additional hassle, I think […]
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.
A free mobile plan that actually includes data. This is new, and I’d say it’s a good deal!
Singtel Dash – one of the many mobile payment options in Singapore – now giving you $5 for your first transaction before 30 June!