Young & Savvy: How to save more money in 2022

Here's how to get more bang for your buck, especially with rising prices and the higher GST next year. PHOTO: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE - Before Covid-19 came along I tried to save about a third of my salary for the fabled rainy day but when the pandemic hit, I stopped going out to cafes and restaurants and began putting away half of my income without even thinking about it.

Indeed, Department of Statistics figures show that personal savings hit a peak in 2020, reaching its highest amount in the five years from 2017 to 2021.

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