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Free Bus, MRT, LRT rides for POSB cardholders every Friday

POSB is giving away free public transport rides (train and bus) every Friday till the end of the year to their cardholders. To qualify for the free rides, cardholders will have to link their POSB Everyday Credit Cards or their PAssion POSB Debit Cards with EZ-Reload. EZ-Reload is a facility which allows these cards to be […]

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Seniors’ Mobility and Enabling Fund (SMF)

The Seniors’ Mobility and Enabling Fund (SMF) is a scheme that provides financial support for seniors and their caregivers. Recently, the government has enhanced the scope of the plan. Under the scheme, eligible seniors will be able to obtain subsidies for Assistance devices such as commode, hospital bed, pressure relief cushions/mattress, and motorised or unmotorised wheelchairs. […]

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Public Consultation on Parent Relief Claim

According to IRAS, there are about 3000 cases of siblings quarreling over their parent relief claim every year. The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) is conducting a public consultation exercise to gather views from members of the public on how parent relief should be allowed. The exercise will run from 13 Jun to 26 […]

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Earn Cash Incentives on Your MRT Trips

How can you avoid crowded trains and be paid for it? Working with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority, researchers from Stanford University and the National University of Singapore launched INSINC in 2012 to study the effects of incentives and social interaction on public transit commuting. Insinc encourages participants to shift their commute schedules on the Singapore […]

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Only One U-Save Voucher Per Household

Yesterday, I received my Singapore Power utilities bills. For this month’s bill, there was a small deduction due to the U-Save GST voucher, which was a voucher meant to help offset some of the effects of GST. Prior to receiving this “rebate”, every individual family member in my household (along with all the other eligiible […]

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