With the rise of working from home arrangements, many of us are getting used to enjoying our homely comforts such as air conditioning, but are you ready to handle a jump in your electric bill?Finding ways to save on our energy consumption is getting more common and the first step is to understand the types of appliances in our homes we frequently use that are energy guzzlers!
Have you ever been shocked by an electric bill? If you’re like most people, you’d just acknowledge the number and pay it at the end of the month.
But it’s high time to get wiser and learn how to calculate your electric bill and understand more about which appliances are contributing to the bulk of your electricity payments.
Most of us would have experienced working from home because of the recent pandemic. While our lives are slowly easing back to normal and offices reopen, companies who have seen the benefit of flexible schedules might begin to permanently offer remote working to employees.
Thankfully there’s one big perk we can enjoy out of this: Time saved travelling to and fro from your workplace!
Maybe you’re determined to keep that New Year’s Resolution of keeping fit, or maybe you just want to start cultivating a healthy lifestyle. Either way, you’ve made up your mind to work out, but there’s just one key issue: working out is expensive.
When you’ve signed up for commercial gyms, studios, and fitness sessions, the costs can stack up quickly. But is there a way to burn some fats without burning a hole in your pocket? Thankfully, yes!
With the rising cost of living, earning more income in Singapore is fast becoming necessary in order to hit our financial goals! With the COVID-19 situation forcing most of us to work from home, many of us are discovering pockets of time that we could be using to make money online.
In fact, making money online is getting highly feasible, and no longer do you need to resort to online surveys that pay you peanuts.
With COVID-19 forcing us to work from home, one thing’s for sure, our utility bills are starting to rise – that means paying more. According to SP Group, if you live in a 5-room HDB flat, your average household utility bill would have been $123.83 in April 2020, that means $1,485.96 a year!
A 30% savings would be nearly $450 back in your pockets or your upcoming vacation fund!
If you are still buying your electricity from SP Services, there are two main scenarios where you might be seeking to terminate your account:
1. You are looking to move house and relocate within Singapore itself.
2. You are looking to move out of Singapore
Are you looking to save money for your retirement funds, or to go on that vacation that you’ve always dreamt about? With Singapore as one of the highest costs of living in the world, saving money might seem like a long, uphill battle.
But there are actually ways for you to stretch that dollar.
When you switch to iSwitch, there is no change in the meter and SP Services remain responsible. SP Services reads your meter once every two months and for the months that are not read, you are billed on an estimated consumption based on the previous months’ meter readings.