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Here’s How You Can Get Financial Help During The Coronavirus Pandemic In Singapore

Whether or not you are hysterical about the coronavirus pandemic, one thing we can agree on is that several households have been affected adversely when it comes to their financial situations. The economy is bad and retrenchment rates are increasing. People in Singapore are losing their jobs and many businesses have been forced to close due to COVID-19. Anyone who is brave enough to check their savings account will agree that the numbers are dropping rapidly. All banks in Singapore such as DBS, UOB, Standard Chartered and more are lowering their banks’ savings interest rates. Moreover, investors are panicking and events are being cancelled until further notice. Some of the people who have been hardest hit by the impact of the crisis are the people who face job uncertainty and layoffs. These are mostly people who are employed in everyday industries. Small businesses and restaurants have also been struggling in the wake of the pandemic with more and more people wondering how they will get money during Covid-19. On the bright side, there are different ways you can access financial support to fulfil your obligations as the pandemic rages on. Seeking Financial Help From A Licensed Moneylender Borrowing from a licensed moneylender is a legitimate option to get money. Differing to what most people think, licensed moneylenders do not charge exorbitant interest rates like loan sharks. They abide by the rules set by the Ministry of Law and will only offer interest rates between 1 to 4%. As the only moneylender in Singapore with 4 outlets and one of the few piloting new lending programs with the government, Lending Bee even has our own loan packages that offer better rates for some. If you are interested, you can make an appointment to find out more for free. To play our part and help everyone in Singapore, Lending Bee is also giving out free masks to help the community. One of the most important rules to keep in mind when borrowing money from a moneylender is to make sure that they are licensed. Even during a financial crisis, you should not

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Your All-In-One Guide To Getting A Driving License Singapore: Cost, Procedures, Driving Centres, etc.

What’s the easiest way to get from Point A to Point B? Grab, public transport, walking? How does driving sound? Taking a cab, asking for lifts, dependable public transport and the high cost of cars are some of the factors that contribute to some Singaporeans having a lukewarm response to driving. However, driving is an essential skill that you should have. While you may not own a vehicle, possessing a driving license can be useful when the time calls for it. For instance when you travel abroad; someone needs assistance with moving their car or during a road trip. If you wish to learn how to drive, you’re in luck! This all in one guide will provide you with a list of things to take into consideration, along with the comparison between the costs of various driving schools within Singapore. Singapore Driving Centres: Fees There are three driving centres in Singapore: Bukit Batok Driving Centre (BBDC) in Bukit Batok, ComfortDelGro Driving Centre (CDC) in Ubi and the Singapore Safety Driving Centre (SSDC). It would be a good idea to choose a convenient school in regards to distance and accessibility, but factors such as the passing rate and costs may also influence your final decision. All three schools usually have specific standard fees. Anything that is mandated or conducted by Traffic Police such as the eyesight test, practical test and photo taking is standardised. These aspects are only different in terms of theoretical and practical lessons. Generally, BBDC appears to be the most affordable option for enrolment, taking the required lessons as well as the trail tests before the initial Basic Theory Test that will cost slightly upwards of $173. The most costly option is Singapore Safety Driving Center, with a difference of approximately $7. SSDC charges more for practical lessons. This payment constitutes the majority of the cost because you require over 20 driving lessons to become competent. Below is a comparison table for easy reference: 1. Enrolment Fees The enrolment fee charged as a driving school course is approximately $96.30. This fee is valid for one year regardless of

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