BCA Construction Contracts To Cross 28 Billion This Year (June 2017)

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on June 30, 2017
BCA Construction Contracts
BCA Construction Contracts

Singapore boasts of world class infrastructure which can give any big city a run for its money. It is imperative to understand that the Singaporean economy, however small, is fueled in part by the construction sector. The good news is that this sector will be seeing well than expected growth this year. The Building and Construction Authority, BCA, suggested that they will be offering contracts worth S$28 billion to S$35 billion this year. The BCA is looking forward to a great year in construction and has surpassed the previous year’s evaluation of S$26.1 billion.

 

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Is Your Retirement Plan On The Right Track? (2017 Update)

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on June 16, 2017
Retirement Plan
Retirement Plan

As part of the financial goals, it is important to have an early retirement planning. You are working hard to ensure your future when you reach the golden age. No one desires to have an empty bank account and insufficient resources in the later stage of life.

Poverty is everybody’s enemy that must be avoided in the long run. Building wealth will become favorable if you are careful with the plans. But how will you know if you are doing the right thing with your retirement plan? Keep on reading.

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If You Are Still Paying Down Debt, You Are Possibly Doing It Wrongly (2017 Update)

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on June 9, 2017
Paying Down Debt, You Possibly Do It Wrongly
Paying Down Debt, You Possibly Do It Wrongly

I think my college graduation was one of my happiest days in life. I really worked hard to earn a degree in accounting. But then, I was worried about how I was to pay that $30,000 student loan. For sure, I was not alone in this. All graduates were worried about the debt ahead of them. However, because I hate staying in debt, I dedicated my efforts towards getting rid of it.

 

Throughout my entire life in college, I was involved in some part time job that involved manicures and pedicures – though I did not like it. I was lucky to secure a well-paying accountant job, but felt the amount was still little to pay off the loan ASAP. It forced me to continue with my job at the salon. It was not a friendly idea. Nevertheless, I had to do it, so I could be free from the student loan debt at the end.

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