started by: Capital -Funding-956312 · last update: 1582518483 · posted: 1582518483

Capital Lending and Mortgage Group offer Business Financing,loans to suit your business plan. Get quick & easy access to the funding you need now,Get the financing you need to help your business grow Quickly. Apply Now, Home finance, Business finance,Personal finance, Company finance, Student finance. Quick Approval,Email: capitallendinghelpdesk@gmail.com

started by: GM-Creditz-945829 · last update: 1569998002 · posted: 1569997966

GM Creditz is a minimal effort and adaptable advance supplier. Our point is to give you the cash you need, when it's required, regardless of whether you have an abrupt crisis that has interfered with you monetarily or in the event that you need a lift to help kick start your tentative arrangements. Put just, we cook for people with various budgetary circumstances, regardless of whether you have a decent credit report or one where different banks are reluctant to offer you an advance, we need to help.

started by: WillMan-233283 · last update: 1567416280 · posted: 1402286849

Hi, We have an online business directory in France.  Local businesses pay to be on our website. We would like to do the same business in Singapore. Can we simply launch our website in Singapore and work with local businesses in Singapore.  Or is it way more complicated than that ?!   Thanks in advance for any assistance which would be hugely appreciated      

started by: Emma-Watsons-936379 · last update: 1555489832 · posted: 1555489781


started by: Emma-Watsons-936379 · last update: 1555489084 · posted: 1555489084

For both small and big companies, renting a fully serviced office is a great solution. Learn more about the many benefits it offers.Share fixed costsThe choice of an office is a big responsibility and rent money is often a decisive factor. From a financial perspective, renting office space in a business centre is a good alternative to traditional office solutions. In a business centre, many tenants work in one building and collectively use utilities and other conveniences. Therefore, these high fixed operating costs are equally shared by all occupants: office cleaning, conference and meeting rooms, broadband and other facilities. Among other all-inclusive services, executive centres often offer a reception, the cost of which is also covered by all tenants. It has an additional merit: there is no need for you to hire front-desk personnel.Added flexibility for your businessTraditional lease contracts stipulate a long notice period. You can avoid this if you rent business premises in a commercial centre. It this case, the notice period is normally much shorter, which gives you more flexibility. If your business outgrows the premises, you can rent additional office space or quickly relocate. This freedom is the key advantage compared to traditional lease contracts.Close contact with other companiesIn executive centres, each company rents an individual office to ensure employee privacy. However, there are a lot of shared facilities, for instance, a cafeteria, where you can meet colleagues to have lunch with and socialize. It not only creates networking opportunities but often inspires and motivates employees for professional growth. Entrepreneurs in executive suites or shared office spaces often collaborate on ideas and projects, which is a win-win situation.At our site, you can find an overview of various commercial centres and coworking spaces throughout the World and find premises which best suit the needs of your business.If you are interested, you can find much more interesting information here: https://www.matchoffice.sg/

started by: Showflat-Guru-899614 · last update: 1554381778 · posted: 1494945330

Most of the showflat sales coming from single-person households however the chronic drop in price of these property developments at Singapore's property market is expected to last next year.Primary factors causing this growth of real estate costs are due to ageing population, slack population growth and even constructive growth slowdown to consider on the chronic property market perspective.In general, this means a 5 to 6 percent increase annually which triggers a reversal from a chronic drop in price in home prices for the past 14 quarters.In the initial quarter, overall personal home costs fell 0.5 percent on-quarter, the 14th straight quarter of decreases. This moment around, nonetheless, the mass of the decrease remained in fairly small landed residential or commercial property sector, while non-landed rates were constant.The city-state's real estate rates surged greater than 60 percent from 2009 through 2013, propelled by rock-bottom international rates of interest and also quantitative easing in created economic situations, even as the government enacted a collection of cooling actions from 2011 to avoid a bubble from creating.Yet in very early March, the government downsized several of the visuals, consisting of reducing the seller's stamp task as well as shortening the minimal holding period to avoid it.

started by: nix 2009 · last update: 1521721353 · posted: 1520415657

Do you have any ideas on how I could learn to invest on this? Thanks.

started by: Ruth · last update: 1519963454 · posted: 1519703375

I would appreciate it very much if you can give me your personal recommendation. Thank you.

started by: Ulyses · last update: 1518791861 · posted: 1518684080

Any ideas how much should we give for younger children? These are children of friends.

started by: Ulyses · last update: 1518402476 · posted: 1518141775

Just curious, is there a way to defer or renounce a young boy's obligation to the National Service?

started by: Ruth · last update: 1515247507 · posted: 1515031750

I highly recommend Hayden Joseph, an expert in US and Singapore taxation. He can help you re-structure it accordingly. You may call him at 97201040.

started by: Sarah-Holdsworth · last update: 1514259794 · posted: 1514024134

on 18 Dec 2017 I had a text message asking if I have just made a purchase on my OCBC business debit card  in America for $888 and that it looked suspicious - I called the ban and said no I had not.OCBC said they would cancel the card but to look out and check our bank account in case it went throughOn 21st Dec I saw a charge of over S$1200 to by bank account.I called OCBC immediately and reported this. I had to fill in a form and send it to them. I asked when I could expect my money back into the account. Well he said - it takes 2 to 3 months to investigate but usually you will get it back in about 6 weeks!!!!I could not understand how someone could purchase something with this card. It has only ever been used to top up my ERP card. If someone bought something on line didnt they need to get an OTP code that requires me to give a code that I recieve on my phone. Apparently not all merchants require this. So I said - well they would need an address wouldnt they or even the 3 letter code and expiry date - how do they have that. Has the bank allowed this information to be sold somehow?I am so angry that they will hold onto this money - they should refund it straight away.  I have been a customer with OCBC for 11 years and this is how you get treated!

started by: Ulyses · last update: 1513849084 · posted: 1513124055

What Medical Insurance has really good coverage especially for someone who does an extensive traveling? Thank you.

started by: Charlotte-Holden-897863 · last update: 1492538143 · posted: 1492313939

Can anyone give me a recommendation of someone they have used, thanks

started by: unicorn · last update: 1490771658 · posted: 1489674186

I hope you can help refer me to an insurance agent, I am looking for an education insurance for my baby. Thank you.

started by: Kae · last update: 1483524310 · posted: 1467774377

Can you please recommend a tax specialist that handles tax accounts of American expats? Thank you.

started by: Joy MC · last update: 1471575082 · posted: 1471575082

I am looking for a money lender with low interest rates. Thanks.

started by: Verna · last update: 1469670577 · posted: 1468891602

I highly recommend International Protection Group for helping us with a health insurance that covers maternity and infant care. It was such a huge help especially since my daughter was pre-eclampsia and had to to be rushed to the hospital a few days after giving birth. Thumbs up to IPG! I have found this group in this website - https://www.angloinfo.com/singapore/directory/listing/singapore-international-protection-group-ipg

started by: ZZZzzz · last update: 1467854780 · posted: 1465526202

I would like to recommend Byron, he is doing a good job with our financial planning. He is an expat himself. His company Globaleye won an international award recently. http://www.globaleye.sg/about/

started by: tigger · last update: 1458289724 · posted: 1458181888

How do I file a case in this tribunal? Do I need a lawyer? Thank you.

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