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4 Types of Singaporean drivers we love to hate

4 Types of Singaporean drivers we love to hate

Anyone who has ever driven on Singapore roads will be sure to have encountered at least one of the below four types of drivers. Maybe we should start fining people for bad road etiquette or have them pay more road taxes! Just this morning, I […]

10 Exotic Destinations And Their CHEAPEST Travel Dates From Singapore In 2018

10 Exotic Destinations And Their CHEAPEST Travel Dates From Singapore In 2018

The world is filled with amazing places that we dream of visiting, but can never quite make it there. Perhaps it’s the large amount of time needed to plan which stops you in your tracks, or perhaps it’s the thought of such a large travel […]

How To Navigate Through The Hundreds Of Travel Comparison And Booking Websites

How To Navigate Through The Hundreds Of Travel Comparison And Booking Websites

Deciding where to travel is usually a mixture between excitement, anguish, and confusion. Perhaps you employ the help of a travel comparison website, trying to optimise between cheap enough and not too cheap. Once we’ve figured that bit out, it’s time to actually book your […]

Insurance policies for the broken-hearted

Insurance policies for the broken-hearted

Young or old, our hearts are easily broken and we then have to suffer through days, months, or − if it’s really awful − years of heartache. If you haven’t experienced this special and torturous emotion, you are one lucky duck. I think that those of us who […]

Commonly Asked Questions About Pet Insurance Answered

Commonly Asked Questions About Pet Insurance Answered

Since we launched the first Pet Insurance plan on our platform during February (in partnership with Liberty), there have been a hefty amount of enquires from pet owners within Singapore (almost 300!). That’s why we decided to collate a list of the most frequently asked […]

The Simplest of Guides To Retirement Planning

The Simplest of Guides To Retirement Planning

If you’re like me, you know deep down that retirement planning is extremely important… but you also know very little about how to actually plan for retirement. It is now the time to start grasping the concept of retirement planning. It seems strange to start […]

7 things that you probably did not know was covered by Travel Insurance

7 things that you probably did not know was covered by Travel Insurance

Ask any of your Singaporean friends whether they’ve travelled and the answer is most likely a resounding yes! Almost everyone I know in Singapore has travelled abroad and most of us love travelling. A survey showed that the average Singaporean took 5.2 trips abroad in […]

12 Apps you need to help you save up and prepare for the GST hike!

12 Apps you need to help you save up and prepare for the GST hike!

  When I read that there would be GST on imported digital services my heart sank. From January 1st, 2020, I’ve to pay GST for Spotify and Netflix- my two-weekend indulgences. Thinking of downloading that running app? You may have to pay GST too.  The […]

A Comparison of Three Critical Illness Insurance Plans

A Comparison of Three Critical Illness Insurance Plans

There are seemingly thousands of different types of everything that we want to purchase, and buying the one that’s a perfect fit is not an easy feat. Although choosing what you want for lunch can be exhausting, choosing the right insurance plan can be drastically […]

Pet Insurance Guide For New Paw Parents

Pet Insurance Guide For New Paw Parents

I recently got my dog Gou Gou and he’s the cutest dog ever. My dog owner friends informed me that vet fees can be exorbitant and advised that it would be wise for me to take out insurance for Gou Gou’s sake. In all honesty, […]

5 Important things that you need to know about the Integrated Shield Plan changes

5 Important things that you need to know about the Integrated Shield Plan changes

  The whole Singapore online community went abuzz when it was announced on 7th March 2018 about the new Integrated Shield Plan.  The changes were introduced amidst concerns that the zero copayment feature of full riders were resulting in ‘over-consumption, over-servicing and over-charging of health […]


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