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Wanna One's first world tour comes to Southeast Asia

(Source: sg.style.yahoo.com)

24 Apr – South Korean boy band, Wanna One will be performing in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Manila, Jakarta, and Bangkok for their first world tour, “One: World Tour”. 237 more words

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Silkair: Promo fares fr $119 all-in return to over 45 destinations! Book by 22 Apr 2018

(Source: singpromos.com)

Share the joy with attractive Mastercard® fares. The joy of saving goes a long way from $119. Bookings can be made through SilkAir’s participating agents at the SilkAir Roadshow and online from 16 April to 22 April 2018. 627 more words


Here is Why You Should Not Convert Your Unused Foreign Currency Back to Singapore Dollars

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

All of us have been in that situation before. We come home from an overseas trip with left over foreign currency in our pockets that were unused. 796 more words

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How Much Does It Cost For Singapore Cars To Enter Malaysia? And Is It Worth Your Time (And Money)?

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

Article has been updated to reflect revised toll charges from 1 February 2018.

Singaporeans who drive into Malaysia will know the drill. You enter Malaysia with as little fuel as you dare risk without getting caught, head over to a restaurant for an inexpensive but mightily satisfying seafood meal, stock up on some household necessities such as milk powder, milo, detergent, toilet paper followed by a car wash and full top up of petrol for your car before heading back to Singapore. 941 more words

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Chan: Strong reserves will give you strong SGD to go on cheaper holidays

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Chan Chun Sing said that the Oxley Road Saga showed Singapore had leaders who tackled difficult situations head-on without dodging responsibility (Source: The Straits Times). 822 more words

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8 Principles of Investing for Beginners and Beyond

(Source: brands.dollarsandsense.sg)

To start, there are no investment hacks and shortcuts. Investing requires time, research, and maintenance. Effort? Depends on the instrument. Stocks, for instance, would need more vigilance than bonds, which is mostly a ‘buy and wait for maturity’ affair. 921 more words

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