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The Chingay Parade is this weekend. For the first time, the route will include an additional section that will feature a carnival. This carnival is free and open to the public. The parade will go from the F1 Pit Building (ticketed zone) to the area behind the Singapore Flyer (free zone) before ending at the […]

The post Frugal Week Planner for 21 Feb to 27 Feb 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Upon graduation, many of my friends had big dreams to do good things in this world. They realised how privileged they were and wanted to use their knowledge and skills to help the less privileged. They wanted to help the needy, build homes for the homeless, or provide medical care to the disadvantaged. But after […]

The post Your Loan/Mortgage Can Reshape Your Future In Unforeseen Ways appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Today is Valentine’s Day. Tomorrow is the Chinese New Year Countdown Party at Chinatown. And Chinese New Year officially begins on Friday. Back-to-back holidays can be crazy. So let’s remember to slow down and experience the true significance of these special days – spending time with the people you love and those who make life’s journey […]

The post Frugal Week Planner for 14 Feb to 20 Feb 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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[This article is written by Timothy Ho, and first appeared on Dollars and Sense] If you have been thinking about buying a condominium, or are intending to upgrade from a smaller apartment, you may have met a few enterprising real estate agents claiming they can help you buy your “dream condo for free”. You may […]

The post Live For “Free” In A Condo? Here’s What Your Property Agent Isn’t Telling You appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year are just around the corner. Here are some frugal events to get you in the loving, compassionate and festive spirit, so that you can have a Happy Gong Xi Valentine’s Day!    *Please note this is a partial listing, and that there are other free/frugal events happening elsewhere, especially […]

The post Frugal Week Planner for 7 Feb to 13 Feb 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Frugal in Singapore by The Savvy Saver - 2w ago

Valentine’s day is often associated with courtship, roses, and chocolates. But are you and your soul mate destined for a long and happy future together? According to an article in Psychology Today, the “frequency of money disputes remains the single best predictor of divorce.” This ranked higher than other common fight topics such as child […]

The post How to Fight About Money appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Look up to the sky this evening, because the moon is going to do something that it hasn’t done in over 100 years. This evening, you can witness a super blue blood moon lunar eclipse. During the day, you can witness another amazing phenomenon, the Thaipusam Festival, where devotees walk from the Sri Srinivasa Perumal […]

The post Frugal Week Planner for 31 Jan to 6 Feb 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Cashback websites are becoming more popular. A shopper goes to a cashback portal, uses a referral link, buys an item, and then gets a percentage of the commission paid to the referrer (the company that owns the portal). To the consumer, it requires just one extra step – visiting the portal first to click through to […]

The post Shop.com’s Get Paid to Shop Program appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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This week, we have a lot of art events (Singapore Art Week, M1 Fringe Festival, Light to Night Festival, Artwalk Little India, Art After Dark, Art Stage, and the 35MM Art Market). We also have a few cultural events (the Pongal Festival, the Chinatown Chinese New Year Light Up Ceremony, and Thaipusam). And Car-Free Sunday […]

The post Frugal Week Planner for 24 Jan to 30 Jan 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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With 33 Integrated Shield Plans (IPs) listed on the MOH website (as of July 2017), how does one choose the right plan? For most people, they choose whatever their insurance agent sells. As someone who has looked at nearly all the available plans, let me tell you why I decided to go with NTUC Income […]

The post Direct Purchase Health Coverage – Another Reason to get your Integrated Shield Plan from NTUC Income appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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