EDITORIAL

STARTING Feb 1, 2019, an individual can invest up to S$200,000 in Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB), double from the current overall cap of S$100,000, and use his or her Supplementary Retirement...

DOUBLING the individual cap for Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB) and allowing investors to buy the instruments using their Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) will help people with their retirement...

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will double the individual limit for holding Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB) and allow investors to buy the instruments using their Supplementary Retirement...

PUTTING all your savings in fixed deposits may not be a wise move when interest rates are rising.