Top Tips for Selling Your Property in Singapore
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by Salary.sg - Your Salary in Singapore
1h ago
Selling a property in Singapore can be a rewarding but challenging experience. With its robust real estate market, diverse buyer pool, and stringent regulations, it’s crucial to approach the process strategically. Here are some helpful tips to ensure a successful property sale in the Lion City. 1. Understand the Market Research Market Trends: Understanding current ..read more
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Tips on Finding The Best Yoga Classes in Singapore
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by Salary.sg - Your Salary in Singapore
1h ago
Yoga has become an integral part of a healthy lifestyle for many people around the world, and Singapore is no exception. With a wide range of yoga studios and classes available, finding the right one can be overwhelming. This guide will help you navigate the options and find the best yoga classes in Singapore to ..read more
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How to Choose the Right Wine in Singapore: A Comprehensive Guide
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by Salary.sg - Your Salary in Singapore
1h ago
Choosing the right wine in Singapore can be a delightful yet daunting task, given the vast selection available and the city’s vibrant culinary scene. Whether you’re a seasoned connoisseur or a curious beginner, this guide will help you navigate the world of wine with ease.  Understanding the Basics of Wine Before diving into specific recommendations ..read more
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If You Had Invested S$1,000 in These 4 US Growth Stocks 10 Years Ago, Here’s What You’d Have Now
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by The Smart Investor
11h ago
We often hear advice from investment experts telling us to invest for the long term. However, it can be tough to see the benefits of doing so as time is needed to see the effects of such patient investing. The best way to illustrate the importance of long-term investing is to rely on real-life examples ..read more
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Why You Should Make a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in Singapore
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by Planner Bee
13h ago
Are you considering making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)? Learn how an LPA can offer protection for your personal and financial matters. The post Why You Should Make a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in Singapore appeared first on Planner Bee ..read more
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21 Questions To Ask at Your Job Interview
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by Planner Bee
13h ago
There’s more to answering questions at a job interview — asking the right ones are crucial too. Here are some to help you ace that interview! The post 21 Questions To Ask at Your Job Interview appeared first on Planner Bee ..read more
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12 things I learned from the 2024 Public Bank AGM
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by The Fifth Person
13h ago
Public Bank Berhad is Malaysia’s second-largest company and bank, boasting a market capitalization of RM81.7 billion as of May 2024. It has maintained unbroken profitability for 57 years since its inception in 1966. Consequently, its valuation often trades at a premium, with a book value of 1.5 times, frequently the highest among Malaysian banks. Here ..read more
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What is There to Like and Dislike about Interactive Brokers Desktop
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by Investment Moats
15h ago
Not too long ago, I discovered that Interactive Brokers had a new desktop application. For those of us who have been around long enough to remember Interactive Brokers, they have had a desktop application called Trader Workstation for the longest time (TWS, in short). TWS is currently still around today. In a way, Interactive Brokers ..read more
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Civil Service Bonus Mid-2024
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by Salary.sg - Your Salary in Singapore
1d ago
The Public Service Division (PSD) has announced that civil servants will be getting an AVC of 0.45 months as mid-year bonus this year. This is 50% more than last year’s mid-year bonus. As with the past few years, there is a cash bonus for lower ranked officers in addition to the AVC: Civil servants in grades equivalent to MX13(I ..read more
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T-bill yield remains steady at 3.74%. Here’s why it has stayed high
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by Beansprout
1d ago
What happened? Some investors appear happy with the latest Singapore T-bill auction result.  The cut-off yield for the 6-month Singapore T-bill auction on 20 June (BS24112W) was at 3.74% , little changed from the previous auction. This led some members in the Beansprout community to comment that it’s better than expected.  After all, we have seen US government ..read more
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