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    Survival 101 guide to losing your belongings

    BY Eugene - October 6, 2014

    Low crime rate does not mean No crime rate. This concept may seem mindless to you however the actions of our fellow Singaporeans speaks otherwise. It is self-evident that Singaporeans take national security and low crime rate for granted. For […]

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    4 Things that Singaporeans are paying too much unknowingly

    BY Eugene - September 7, 2014

    1.       Topping up EZ-link Cards Are you traveling by MRT and public buses to work daily? Do you know that there are credit cards that give you rebates for topping up your EZ-link cards? On average, a typical working Singaporean […]

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    Are you rich enough to fall sick in Singapore?

    BY Eugene - August 27, 2014

    The Chinese has a proverb that transcends Buddha’s teaching which quotes “Birth, Aging, Illnesses & Death” are the four phases of life. We all go through these phases of life but through this process, we work and earn a living […]

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    Know Your CPF – Part 1

    BY Eugene - August 14, 2014

    Singaporeans have CPF, Singaporeans use their CPF. But do you as a Singaporean know where and how is your CPF being used for? We at Moneyline.sg conducted a random survey targeted at young adults aged 26 to 35 years old […]

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    6 things you need to know about MediShield Life

    BY Eugene - July 5, 2014

    1.      Difference between Medishield and Medishield Life While the current MediShield plan protects majority Singaporeans from large Class B2/C bills and selected subsidised outpatient treatments such as dialysis and chemo for cancer, it has its limitations. It does not: –          […]

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    6 Hacks to Benefit the Most from Your Credit Card

    BY Eugene - July 3, 2014

    Lowest interest rates, best cashbacks, awesome perks and best krisflyer points.. These are some of the criteria we consider when we choose credit cards. However, the risk of falling into credit card debt is always there. These 6 Golden Hacks […]

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    The Cheapskate Guide to World-cup 2014

    BY Eugene - June 14, 2014

    *Whistle!* It’s the season we’ve all been waiting for, and yes the kick-off has begun! Before you start gluing yourself to the television in your favourite jersey, Moneyline.SG wish to share with you some cheap thrills that can help you […]

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    How to Nail Your New Job Like A Pro

    BY Eugene - June 11, 2014

    You are born in the late 80s and early 90s, freshly out of school or army after spending a quarter of your life mugging hard to get that ticket to enter the society. You are filled with ambition and excitement […]

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    Starting a Job: Below Age 25

    BY Eugene - May 26, 2014

    The pay, allowances and entitlements you get when you work will depend on what your job is how you’re being employed as. Starting a job is exciting, but you need to know your rights and responsibilities. Know your rights and […]

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    7 Things your banker isn’t telling you

    BY Eugene - May 14, 2014

    Do we trust retail bankers more than insurance agents?  Most people would agree unanimously and feel more comfortable with the ones behind the desk as compared to an insurance agent even though both are selling similar products. The topic goes […]

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    7 Ways to Lighten Your Financial Commitments in Singapore

    BY Eugene - April 28, 2014

    ” The more you know, the more confidence you gain. ” – Li Ka Shing We all live in a society where money form the key to our lives. We Singaporeans often grumble on the cost of living here and […]

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    Income Protection

    BY Eugene - April 18, 2014

    Income protection An income safety net Could you support your family if you were injured and needed to take several months or even years off work? Income protection insurance, or known as disability income insurance, can help you manage your […]

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    Pros and Cons of Property investments

    BY Eugene - March 30, 2014

    Pros and cons of property investment The benefits: Property can be less volatile than shares or other investments You may earn rental income and benefit from capital growth If you take out a loan to purchase an investment property the […]

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    Identifying Investment Scams

    BY Eugene - March 23, 2014

    Identifying Investment Scams An email or phone call out of the blue offering you a onetime investment opportunity could be a turning point in your life. If you say yes to the deal and it is a scam, you could […]

  • Securing Your Retirement Income in Singapore

    BY Eugene - March 16, 2014

    Securing Your Retirement Income in Singapore It is never too late or too early to plan for retirement in Singapore, If you’re retiring soon, you need to make some big decisions about how to turn your whole life savings or […]