Tuesday, 17 February 2015


Tools I Personally Use
Getting free miles (Reader's promo)

Best Bank Accounts (with mandatory salary crediting)
Standard Chartered Bonus$aver
POSB Save As You Earn (SAYE)

Best Vanilla Bank Accounts (without salary crediting)
*Winner*: UOB One

OCBC Bonus+

Multi-Currency Account (to skip FX and DCC charges)
*Winner*: DBS Multi-Currency Account

Best Debit Card

Best Credit Card (Cashback / Miles)
*Winner*: UOB One
OCBC 365
DBS Women's World Card
HSBC Advance

Best Endowment Plans / Fixed Deposits

Best Home Loans


On Saving:

How I Saved $20,000 in a Year

How to Save $20,000 in 2015
Areas to Save Money in Singapore
Why You Need An Emergency Fund
Why Women Find It Harder to Save
Guys: How to Save While Dating
14 Cheap Dating Ideas
How to Save Money on Groceries
How to Live A Rewarding Life While Saving

On Loans / Clearing Debts:

A Guide to Paying Off Your Tuition Fee Loan

On Investing:

How to Get Started On Investing

10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Invest
A "Fail-Safe" Investing Method To Beat Inflation And The Stock Market (The Singapore Permanent Portfolio)
You CAN Afford to Invest on the Singapore Stock Market!
Paying 1% In Investment Fees Could Mean Giving Up To 1/3 Of Your Wealth
Investing in the Stock Market (2-part series)
How to Avoid Losing (too much) Money in the Stock Market
What you should look at before buying ETFs
Key Lessons I Learnt About Investing

On Insurance:

What Insurance Do I Need?

Your Guide To Healthcare Insurance in Singapore
Why I Fired My Insurance Agent
Here Are Some Important Questions to Ask Your Insurance Agent
Should I Buy That ILP? (And why I cancelled mine)
Should I Buy Health Insurance When I'm Already Covered By Both MediShield Life and My Employer?
Should I buy Term or Whole Life Insurance?
Read this before you buy Whole Life insurance
The 7-Year Historical Fund Performance of Singapore's Insurance Companies
Should You Buy Direct or Through Your Insurance Agent?


The Different Money Habits of the Middle Class vs. Rich Singaporeans
Part One: Real Needs vs. Perceived Needs
Part Two: The Lies Advertisers Have Us Believe


  1. The titles with no links are planned future posts?

    Looking forward to your investing and insurance posts, maybe I can direct curious friends to those posts in the future when they ask me about them!

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