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Danielle Teboul

Singapore Expat Financial Planner

Top 5 Money Hacks For Students

Moving to university is an exciting time- meeting new friends, experiencing new things and for most, living on your own for the first time. Whilst this may seem like a dauting new venture, it doesn’t have to be! Living away from home is an incredibly rewarding experience, when you can be your own self and … Continue reading

The Top Ten Most Expensive Cities In 2022

Every year, Mercer rank the world’s most expensive cities to live in; the criterium is based off of things like rent, transportation costs and food. This year we’ve had a lot of volatility in the economy, exacerbated by the war, inflation rate and interest rate hikes. So, how did this affect the listings this year? … Continue reading

FIRE Movement; What’s it all about?

The term ‘FIRE’ seems to be all over the news lately, what is the hype and what does it mean? FIRE stands for ‘Financial Independence, Retire Early’, and this is a movement that we’re seeing as of late, whereby people are leaving the workforce as early as they possibly can. They do this by focusing … Continue reading

The 52 Week Saving Challenge

If you’re struggling to figure out a way to save money effectively, or you find yourself always waiting for your payday to come in, here’s a great challenge you can set yourself and see how much you can save! This challenge is very simple; during the first week, try to save $1, $2 during the … Continue reading

How Influencers Are Ruining Your Idea Of Investment

I wanted to write this article because I’ve been seeing lots of posts on Instagram (mostly) of influencers promoting different investments, often suggesting they have made a lot of money using them (and it’s mostly involving crypto), and I have a problem with that.   Social media influencers have boomed in the past few years … Continue reading

Why Did Crypto Crash?

  It seems that we can’t catch a break this year, markets are down, there’s a war, inflation is up, and now the value of cryptocurrency has plummeted, leaving many feeling disheartened with their investments. But, why did it happen? It’s actually a much broader picture. Let’s do a deep dive… Inflation   The first … Continue reading

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