• Spending $12,000 Over the Next Few Months? Here’s 4 Air Miles Credit Cards You Should Consider

    Cash back credit cards are great if you’re spending smaller amounts of money regularly on specific categories like dining, groceries and petrol. Air miles credit cards, on the other hand, often have no minimum spending requirement or maximum limits to the amount of air miles you can earn. What’s more, many air miles credit …

  • 3 Reasons Singaporeans Make Saving Money So Hard For Themselves

    As bad as Singaporeans are at saving money, it’s not like we don’t want to. It’s clear Singaporeans have a self-control problem, since overspending is one of the biggest culprits behind rising credit card debt.

  • 8 Generous Sign Up Bonuses That Make Us Want to Sign Up For These Credit Cards Right Now

    In the right hands, credit cards can be a source of tons of freebies. Here are some of the best credit card sign up bonuses the banks are dangling right now… even if you don’t end up using the card, there’s no harm collecting these goodies.

  • 3 Ways Almost Every Singaporean Wastes Precious Time

    Time is money, and I’m not just saying that because I’ve got something against those people who spend all their lives surfing Facebook. Part of the reason Singaporeans spend so much money is because we’re time-starved thanks to long working hours.

  • Singaporeans Living From Paycheck to Paycheck Must Do These 3 Things Now

    According to this recent news report, a lot of the people who end up in credit counselling because they can’t pay off their credit card debt are actually—surprise surprise—highly paid professionals, the same people you see sipping cocktails at Marina Bay. Heck, the news report says there is at least one person who’s been …

  • Here’s How You Should Change Your Financial Management If You Are Going to Become Self-Employed

    Sure, we might not have another Mark Zuckerberg (and we bet Mark Zuckerberg wouldn’t have gotten to where he is today if he had been living in his parents’ home and saving up for an HDB downpayment when he was at Harvard), but we do have a growing number of people who are starting up their own freelance careers, despite …

  • 3 Hidden Costs Singaporean Parents Often Forget About When Sending the Kids Overseas for School

    Nowadays, parents are not only able to but more than willing to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars for their children to get that overseas education and all the perks that come with it. Yes, international students all over the world ideally should have a sufficient amount of medical coverage even before they get on …

  • Many Americans attempt to navigate the complex world of investing and retirement planning on their own, when guidance from a qualified financial advisor could make a world of difference. The value of a financial advisor goes beyond investing your portfolio, says Beth D. Lynch, certified financial planner with Schneider …

  • Accomplish that and you'll reap the rewards in the form of low-interest rates on financial products, such as credit cards, mortgages and auto loans. The problem is that laws passed a few years ago have made it harder than ever for college students and other young people to get to the starting line of that marathon. The …

  • Investors saving for retirement can't count on fixed income to provide much of a cash flow, and that makes the never-ending hunt for the best dividend stocks all the more urgent. Clearly, there is no objective list of the "best" dividend stocks in the market, but that doesn't mean there aren't straightforward metrics pointing …

  • Automatic enrollment has succeeded in getting more workers to participate in 401(k) plans. Significantly more employees (88 percent) save in 401(k) plans with automatic enrollment than plans without this feature (48 percent), T. Rowe Price found. The most popular default savings rate for automatically enrolled employees …

  • For instance, according to the financial website NerdWallet.com, the average American household has $15,310 in credit card debt and has $132,086 in overall debt. A reasonably well-crafted plan is key if you actually want to eliminate what you owe, says Cherie Lowe, an Indianapolis-based blogger who writes about saving …

  • Redd Horrocks had a five-figure problem. "I had credit card debt from a plethora of bad choices," she says. While her job with an event production company was paying the bills, it wasn't doing much to put a dent in her debt. Then, she happened onto the website Fiverr and discovered she was able to market her …

  • Like many American households, our TV has been tuned to one thing since August 5: the Olympic Games in Rio. It's always fun to watch the athletes really going for it and there has been plenty to keep us tuned in, like the colorful rivalry between American swimmer Michael Phelps and his South African foe, Chad le Clos. …

  • It likely comes at no surprise that Americans spend a lot of time on social media. Engaging with social platforms represents close to 20 percent of all time spent online in the U.S., with Facebook taking an overwhelming share of our collective attention, according to a report from comScore, a company that measures audiences, …

  • 3 Ways Scammers Find You U.S.News & World Report

    Con artists, scammers, predatory companies -- whatever you call them -- they're out there, and they would be happy to make you their next "customer," if they can find you. Eric Friedman, director of the Office of Consumer Protection in Rockville, Maryland, says some of the scams his office has encountered include everything …

  • Spend a Windfall Wisely U.S.News & World Report

    Call your financial advisor, tax accountant and other money experts to discuss the best ways to spend your windfall, as well as the tax implications of each option. Prioritize paying off high-interest debt, such as credit card bills, private student loans and other pricey loans with your windfall.

  • When you use paper products around the house, you often thoughtlessly toss them when you're finished with the task at hand, only to find yourself performing the same task again with more paper. With just a few little changes, however, you can cut down on your paper product use, stop filling landfills and cutting down trees …

  • 4 Ways to Protect Your Retirement U.S.News & World Report

    Enjoying a comfortable retirement begins with having a strategic plan for saving and investing. Things like rising health care costs, inflation, high investment fees and financially-dependent adult children can pose a significant threat to your retirement outlook. While there's not much you can do about the cost of prescription …

  • If you've been considering a new credit card to rack up hotel rewards points, now is the time to make a move, even if you don't have your next trip planned yet. According to a study by NerdWallet, co-branded hotel credit cards are most likely to offer increased sign-up bonuses or limited-time offers in August. Limited-time …

  • Saving enough money for a comfortable retirement is a significant source of stress for 40 percent of employees, according to a recent survey of 1,000 401(k) participants by Schwab Retirement Plan Services and Koski Research. More people are stressed about their retirement finances than their job security (24 percent), …

  • When you consider the ultimate purpose of a credit score -- to help a lender evaluate your eligibility for credit and set the terms of extending it to you, if applicable -- the answer has to be whichever score is used by the financial institutions with which you do business. Lenders, particularly the most sophisticated …

  • Throughout the business school application process, MBA candidates spend ample time filling out applications, writing essays and even honing interview skills to successfully gain admittance to their institution of choice. Whether you're just starting to complete applications or you are about to embark on your first days …

  • When the children are away, parents will save. Brubaker, an advisor at Exit & Retirement Strategies near Denver, discussed with his clients their options after they had succeeded in doing what so many parents want to achieve: paying for their children's education. Once the children were done with school, though, the two …

  • While using chip-enabled credit cards and being wary of phishing scams help protect consumers, hackers are becoming more sophisticated. Brad Klontz, a Chase financial education partner and associate professor of financial psychology and behavioral finance at Omaha-based Creighton University Heider College of Business, …

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