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Optimising those Savings Bonds

Yields are decent, on top of which a risk-free instrument to park cash in is not to be sniffed at

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Election fever is here but the more exciting news on the personal finance front is how you can now apply for Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB)

ELECTION fever is here but the more exciting news on the personal finance front is how you can now apply for Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB).

These are essentially fixed deposits with the government that can give you a better interest rate than what banks currently offer.

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