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16K for a family isn’t big unless you wanna live a simple life, Cook at home 3-4 days , shops for grocery at fair price and limit fine dining to 5 days a month .. but depends really how much u wanna save
A single person like me in the bracket of 180-190K isn’t able to save so much but it’s because I travel a lot too and discretionary expenses like shopping and fine dining are a big part of my expenses apart from my rent and income tax, also you will be spending a lot if you have a job where you need to travel a lot believe me u less you can bill it all to your company like most of the westerners do
When I first moved here and was single I was able to keep my budget well under S$1.5k per month by renting a room, taking the bus and eating local.
If you want a luxurious .....
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I've been in my current rented unit for 3 years, and recently been having some flooring issues in the living area. The condo I'm residing at is really old (probably 40 years old), and I'm not sure how old the flooring to the unit is. So recently within the past year, there have been gaps in the wooden floor, and the gaps are getting wider. Who is supposed to fix this - landlord issue or tenant issue?
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