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Ideas for paring down your budget

You make the resolution every year – save more, spend less. And somehow it just isn’t happening. ¬†Well – here are some ideas for paring down your existing expenditures so you can either save more or pay down some of your bills with the money you save elsewhere.

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Budget

Shopping on a Budget

When money’s tight, shopping can be difficult, especially when shops are filled with trendy clothing you may feel like you need to buy. Although some would advise to simply stay away and make do with what you own, sometimes that is simply not possible. 559 more words

Fashion

How to survive "friendcation" planning

Everyone has a dream vacation they have been eager to accomplish but have no idea where to start. With plenty of destination suggestions, different budgets and a group of two or more, things are expected to get complicated. 403 more words

Arts And Culture

Ballin' On A Budget: Weekly meal preps that make sense and save cents!

If I haven’t learned anything else during this entire adulting transition, I’ve learned how to make a dollar stretch! I’ve also learned that I’m not the only one struggling or “ballin’ on a budget”, so why not pass the tea! 505 more words

Lifestyle

SG Budget Reactions: Fitch says Budget 2017 targets structural issues

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

THE expansionary stance of Singapore’s Budget 2017 reflects the headwinds faced by the economy, Fitch Ratings said on Wednesday.

The credit rating agency said Budget 2017 stuck to the broadly expansionary fiscal stance of the last few years, as the government looks to support the economy amid structural pressures and a difficult external environment. 286 more words

Money Matters

Budget Smartwatch??

You got smart phone?? I got smartwatch man!! Oh wait apple smatwatch costs > 25k INR . I aint that rich to get that one .. 317 more words

Technology

Forging a new consensus for the future economy

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

The Singapore economy seems to have entered a new normal of low and slow growth. There are more out-of-work residents and, last year, those jobless for at least 25 weeks took longer to find work as compared with the previous year. 1,420 more words

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