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Man admits to being prime mover of ruse which tried to dupe Iras into disbursing over $740k

SINGAPORE - Between September 2013 and May 2014, Tan Sin Long ran a scam in which he tried to dupe the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (Iras) into disbursing public funds under the...

Carousell partners MoneySmart to bring personal finance to mobile app

WITH effect from Thursday, Carousell users can tap personal finance portal, MoneySmart's database to find out more about credit cards offers and information on applying for a card that best suits...

Singapore mobile operator Circles.Life unveils on-demand unlimited data plans

CIRCLES.LIFE, Singapore's first "digital telco" and fourth mobile operator, is on a mission to reimagine and revolutionise the telecommunications industry.

GST hike 'not an option that we have taken lightly': Heng Swee Keat

THE upcoming hike in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is essential to keep Singapore in good long-term fiscal health and was "not an option that we have taken lightly", said Finance Minister Heng...

3 in 4 SMEs say proposed GST hikes not an issue: DBS poll

SINGAPORE - Three in four small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore believe that the proposed goods and services tax (GST) hike announced during Budget 2018 would only have moderate...

3 in 4 SMEs say proposed GST hikes not an issue: DBS poll

THREE in four small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore believe that the proposed goods and services tax (GST) hike announced during Budget 2018 would only have moderate to no impact...

Business lending risks losing steam

IF BANK loan numbers in January are to go by, there are some signs of stronger consumer confidence in Singapore from a year ago.

Sea Ltd's group president Nick Nash to leave end 2018

NICK Nash, the group president of Sea Limited, is set to exit the company at the end of 2018 to pursue a career in investment at a time when the company is floundering in deeper losses.

Help SMEs to go beyond being sub-contractors and compete globally, MPs urge

MEMBERS of Parliament on Wednesday pitched a number of ideas to help small local firms scale up and compete with established global players.

Tap potential of older workers, say MPs

OLDER workers can play important economic roles, be it in sharing their knowledge as mentors or by re-training for jobs in sectors such as early childhood education, said Members of Parliament on...

 

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