Earn up to 3.05% per year on your money with the OCBC 360 Account by doing things you are already doing:
1. Credit your salary to your account: 0.05% base interest plus 1% bonus interest per year! It's like the bank giving you a bonus to your monthly salary.
2. Pay three bills: get another 1% bonus interest per year! Who doesn't have bills to pay? Conservancy fees lah, water and electric bill lah, cable tv subscription lah (look, that's three bills already!) This one is easy to do too. It's like the bank is paying you when you pay your bills. Sweet.
3. Spend S$400 a month on your OCBC credit card: get another 1% bonus interest per year! You buy some groceries at Fairprice, go for a few nice dinners, make some online purchases, pump petrol and before you know it, you've fulfilled this criteria too.
So, you get more interest for your money that sits in your bank account by doing one or more of the above tasks. It's flexible to the extent that you can do one or all three and get the bonus interest you want. And it's all easy tasks to accomplish.
As promised, here is a compilation of some of my fave tweets from the #NgiaoThingsIDo hashtag we had so much fun with last week.
I hope you enjoy our little video and have a little laugh.
This was my first time on camera in my pajamas so I was somewhat apprehensive about my, er, bedroom scenes. My wife also made me promise to clean up the house before I used it for filming. My mom also wants me to tell you that she was the one who got me those pajamas and to emphasize her impeccable taste.
I did have to explain to my frugal wife why I used up the bottle of ketchup and the toothpaste in our toilet. I assured her there was very little left in the bottle and the tube to begin with. In fact, we were still squeezing that tube of toothpaste for days after the shoot. For reals.
When POSB found out what I was doing with the tweets, they were amused and asked if they could share with my readers their new POSB HDB Loan. Sure, I said! I checked out their loan and think it is cool because it guarantees a lower interest rate compared to the HDB concessionary loan, so it will help all the frugal folks out there save quite a bit!