POSB Cashback Bonus is an interesting savings account. Instead of giving you interest on your account balance based on what transactions you perform like DBS Multiplier or OCBC 360, it Continue Reading
Review: DBS Invest-Saver and Nikko AM STI ETF – Clock Invest Category for Your Multiplier Account, Invest Monthly in Singapore’s Economy
I usually warn people not to buy investment or insurance products from banks. For the mass majority of normal, working adults, a good rule of thumb to remember is never Continue Reading
Review: Bank of China Family Card – 10% on Dining, 3% on Public Transportation, Groceries, and Online Purchases
Bank of China Family Card is a very close rival to Maybank Family and Friends Card – even their names are similarly uncreative, although I don’t have a clue which Continue Reading
Review: Amex True Cashback Card – How to Get 3.8% Cashback on Almost Anything, or 1.17% Off Your Income Tax
The Amex True Cashback is normally an unassuming 1.5% cashback card. Like most cards in its Tier, unconditional cards are generally rather unexciting, but this one has a few tricks Continue Reading
Short answer: yes, it depends. Long answer: yes, it really depends. This is a prime example of why cashback people shouldn’t ignore mile cards (or vice versa). The OCBC Titanium Continue Reading
Review: UOB One Card – Nerfed from 10% Cashback on Everything to 5% Cashback on Nearly Anything… Still Viable in 2020?
Give it a few more months and we won’t hear of this couple again, but UOB One and GrabPay MasterCard were just that iconic a pairing it made even some Continue Reading
Review: Singlife Account – 2.5% pa on Your Savings, No Hoops, No Lock-in Period?! Plus Free Insurance!
I’m beginning to really like Singlife. For starters, applying for their insurance policies can be done entirely online. I don’t have to meet my clients, they don’t have to see Continue Reading
Let’s get the obvious out of the way: DBS upset a lot of people earlier this year when they made revisions (read: nerfs) to their popular savings account. Disgruntled customers Continue Reading
Review: UOB PRVI Miles – High 1.4 mpd Unconditional Card With Great 4 mpd Companions, Plus Easy $100 for New and Existing UOB Cardholders
While banks like DBS, Citi, and OCBC offer modest 1.2 mpd unconditional mile cards, UOB is decidedly more generous at 1.4 mpd, besting all the other entry-level uncondtional mile cards Continue Reading
Another 3-year single premium endowment product is out, and this time it is from China Taiping. It follows shortly after Aviva’s fully subscribed 2.28% product and SingLife’s 2.25% pa offering. Continue Reading