• MoneySmart8 days ago

    The Best Credit Cards for Dining in Singapore 2018

    Unlike some credit card comparison websites, I’m not going to start this article with platitudes about how eating is a popular activity among Singaporeans, or how dining out is a pleasant way to obtain essential vitamins and minerals.

  • Dempsey Hill Restaurants Price Guide (2018) – 15 Best Restaurants for Every Budget
    MoneySmart8 days ago

    Dempsey Hill Restaurants Price Guide (2018) – 15 Best Restaurants for Every Budget

    Another mind-blowing aspect is the exorbitant cost of dining at a typical Dempsey Hill restaurant. Read on to find out how much you should budget for a meal at the 15 best Dempsey Hill restaurants, and what promotions you can take advantage of. Here’s a list of the top restaurants on Dempsey Hill and

  • MoneySmart11 days ago

    Best Credit Cards to Use at NTUC FairPrice, Sheng Siong, Cold Storage, Giant & Redmart (2018)

    In between comparing the prices of the various instant noodle brands at NTUC FairPrice and marvelling at how much cheaper alcohol is at Sheng Siong than in bars, why not save even more money by using a cashback credit card that’s optimised for your grocery shopping? Because banks work with different

  • MoneySmart19 days ago

    Annual Travel Insurance (2018) – 5 Best Annual Travel Insurance Plans for Singaporeans

    Not only will buying annual travel insurance save you money if you travel at least 7 or 8 times a year – fewer if you count Europe or the US among your destinations – it’ll also save you the mad scramble of buying insurance online just moments before your plane takes off. “But I’m so busy travelling

  • MoneySmartlast month

    7 Ways to Score Cheap Furniture & Decorate Your Home on a Budget in Singapore

    Singaporeans take decorating their love nests very seriously. The average amount Singaporeans spend on renovations is reportedly a whopping $50,000 to $60,000, which in some countries could buy you an entire home. Before you hot-foot it to Ikea, here are 7 ways to score cheap furniture in Singapore

  • MoneySmartlast month

    OCBC 365 Credit Card – MoneySmart Review 2018

    The OCBC 365 Credit Card is really boring, which is precisely why it is such a great all-round cashback credit card for anyone and everyone who spends on “the usual stuff”. Read on to find out more about the OCBC 365 Credit Card.

  • MoneySmart2 months ago

    The Best Credit Cards in Singapore for Airport Lounge Access (2018)

    Not to fret, there’s still a way to experience a life of luxury before the flight – airport lounges. Almost every bank in Singapore offers at least one credit card with airport lounge access perks, so you can kick back, relax and rest up for your epic holiday. All you need is the right credit card

  • MoneySmart2 months ago

    Wedding Invitations in Singapore – 3 Money-Saving Hacks for Wedding Cards

    Just when you’re eating cai png for the 5th day straight and think you couldn’t possibly spend any more money on your upcoming wedding… you suddenly remember that you still haven’t sorted out your wedding invitations. Here’s the lowdown on how wedding invitations are priced in Singapore and 3 ways you

  • MoneySmart2 months ago

    Guardian vs Watsons vs Unity Pharmacy Singapore Showdown – which is cheapest?

    Hands up if it doesn’t matter to you which pharmacy in Singapore you buy your toiletries and personal care items from! (looks at a sea of hands) Yup, I bet you always just picked the Guardian, Watsons or Unity Pharmacy that’s closest to you, right? Everyone knows that Cold Storage is more expensive

  • MoneySmart2 months ago

    The Best Student Credit Cards in Singapore 2018

    If you’re a student, you’re probably feeling broke all the time, but even without a regular income you can still get a credit card. Unlike regular credit cards, student credit cards  have no minimum income ...

  • U.S.News & World Report22 hours ago

    11 Secrets of Supermarket Savers

    Utilize a cash back credit card. Many credit cards offer cash back rewards when you spend money on groceries. Generally, you can receive 1 to 3 percent cash back on a rewards credit card, though some cards offer more.

  • U.S.News & World Report22 hours ago

    11 Secrets of Supermarket Savers

    Utilize a cash back credit card. Many credit cards offer cash back rewards when you spend money on groceries. Generally, you can receive 1 to 3 percent cash back on a rewards credit card, though some cards offer more.

  • U.S.News & World Report22 hours ago

    Tax-Savvy Ways to Manage an Inheritance

    When it comes to inheritance, it's typically more gratifying to think about how to spend the newfound money than what the tax consequences might be. Inheriting IRAs or 401(k)s. If a deceased relative, spouse or friend passes along an individual retirement account or employer retirement savings account

  • U.S.News & World Report22 hours ago

    Tax-Savvy Ways to Manage an Inheritance

    When it comes to inheritance, it's typically more gratifying to think about how to spend the newfound money than what the tax consequences might be. Here's what to know about tax-savvy ways to manage inherited wealth. Inheriting IRAs or 401(k)s. If a deceased relative, spouse or friend passes

  • U.S.News & World Reportyesterday

    Steps to Take When You Find Out You Have Bad Credit

    Many people don't realize they have bad credit until they get turned down for a mortgage, car loan or credit card. If you've had a similar rude awakening, your next step ought to be to investigate why your credit score is low. Repairing bad credit isn't a quick or easy process -- subpar

  • U.S.News & World Reportyesterday

    Steps to Take When You Find Out You Have Bad Credit

    Many people don't realize they have bad credit until they get turned down for a mortgage, car loan or credit card. If you've had a similar rude awakening, your next step ought to be to investigate why your credit score is low. Repairing bad credit isn't a quick or easy process -- subpar

  • U.S.News & World Reportyesterday

    From Injury to Opioid: the Unintended Side Effect of Youth Sports Participation

    Just a decade ago, it seemed that the "biggest deal" in youth sports drug-abuse news was high school athletes' use of performance-enhancing drugs, or PEDs for short. Article after article described the win-at-all-costs pressure experienced by young athletes who took PEDs because they thought

  • U.S.News & World Report2 days ago

    What to Do After Being Denied for a Credit Card

    "If you are declined for a credit card, it is important to know that it may not be the final word," says Richard Best, owner of financial services consulting firm RT Best Consulting. If you've been denied for a credit card, it's important to know why. Once you narrow down the reason

  • U.S.News & World Report2 days ago

    What to Do After Being Denied for a Credit Card

    "If you are declined for a credit card, it is important to know that it may not be the final word," says Richard Best, owner of financial services consulting firm RT Best Consulting. If you've been denied for a credit card, it's important to know why. Once you narrow down the reason

  • U.S.News & World Report3 days ago

    How to Pick Your Second Credit Card

    Your first credit card may have been your first experience with credit, so you may not have an amazing interest rate or best-in-class rewards. If you've been able to build or improve your credit score since then, you may now qualify for better terms and perks. Here's what you should consider

  • U.S.News & World Report3 days ago

    How to Pick Your Second Credit Card

    Your first credit card may have been your first experience with credit, so you may not have an amazing interest rate or best-in-class rewards. If you've been able to build or improve your credit score since then, you may now qualify for better terms and perks. Here's what you should consider

  • U.S.News & World Report4 days ago

    4 Ways Coverdell Educational Savings Accounts Differ From 529 Plans

    Coverdell Education Savings Accounts, known as ESAs, are tax-advantaged accounts designed to help families save for elementary, secondary and college expenses. In many ways, these accounts operate similarly to 529 savings plans. A 529 plan, named for the section of the Internal Revenue Code that created

  • U.S.News & World Report4 days ago

    4 Ways Coverdell Educational Savings Accounts Differ From 529 Plans

    Coverdell Education Savings Accounts, known as ESAs, are tax-advantaged accounts designed to help families save for elementary, secondary and college expenses. In many ways, these accounts operate similarly to 529 savings plans. A 529 plan, named for the section of the Internal Revenue Code that created

  • U.S.News & World Report4 days ago

    When Should I Get a Credit Card Instead of a Loan?

    Automatically reaching for a credit card might not be the best money move. Nonrevolving debt, which includes personal loans, increased at a higher rate than revolving debt, which includes credit cards.

  • U.S.News & World Report4 days ago

    When Should I Get a Credit Card Instead of a Loan?

    Automatically reaching for a credit card might not be the best money move. Nonrevolving debt, which includes personal loans, increased at a higher rate than revolving debt, which includes credit cards.