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  1. Hi all, my car may be declare total loss by the surveyor. Can anyone advice me how do insurance calculate total loss value and how will the insurance compensate me? I read my policy and it states based on market value at the point of loss, how do that determine that? My PARF & COE Rebate is 29.5k according to onemotoring.com.sg calculator. SG carmart 2nd hand selling price is 80k. Any expert can advice me on this?
  2. LoverofCar

    ASEAN to declare single market soon

    How do you guys see such a move? Free travel within ASEAN? Possibility of same currency and etc....Personally, I foresee many issue such as the nearby countries crime starts to flood Singapore. Afterall, not all the Asean countries have the same economic development level. ASEAN to declare single market but delays deeper integration: Malaysia https://sg.news.yahoo.com/asean-declare-single-market-delays-deeper-integration-malaysia-134610829.html?linkId=11937214 ASEAN will officially call itself a single market by year's end, but "big things" like seamless travel within the 10-nation bloc would only come in 2020, Malaysia's trade minister told AFP in an interview. "We're going to declare ourselves as an ASEAN Economic Community," said Mustapa Mohamed, whose country holds the rotating presidency of the Southeast Asian bloc this year. "We don't have complete integration or harmonisation yet, 2015 is laying the stage for bigger things to come," he said on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos. "We're going to get almost there by 2015 but the big things like seamless travel... would come in 2020. "What's important is that we're committed, I'm not saying that we're backtracking," added the minister. The Southeast Asian bloc, a market of about 600 million people, had set 2015 as a deadline for integrating the region's vast economies into a single European Union-style market, with tariffs abolished and free movement of skilled workers. But there is much scepticism that the targets could be met, as the bloc is made up of countries in vastly different stages of economic development. Myanmar, for instance, is just opening up its economy after decades of isolation over its outright military rule which came to an end in 2011. At the opposite end of the spectrum is Singapore, which ranks among the world's richest nations. Mustapa acknowledged that it would only be "in 2020 that you'll see more progress in ASEAN economic integration" in term of the abolishing of non-tariff barriers, and flow of skilled labour. By year's end, there will be "freer movement of goods and services but not free movement of goods and services." The business community has been pushing political leaders to move faster on integration, but Mustapa said the ASEAN model is gradual. "The business community wants ASEAN to be integrated as one entity. The fact is that there are border issues, customs, immigration, and different regulations," he said. In addition, there is little understanding among the general public on how a single market can change their lives, said the minister. "Some fear that they would be robbed of their jobs, that come December 2015, I'll be out of job because my Malaysian friend is coming over," he said. "We need to do a lot more in terms of communication." Asked if Europe's recent economic woes over heavily indebted member states like Greece had put off integration plans, Mustapa said that "from day one, we know that we're not going to adopt the EU model". A single currency or a parliament were never part of the bloc's plans, he said. ASEAN groups together Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
  3. Bluepica

    Renting out room - must declare?

    Hello all, Is it compulsory to declare to HDB and IRAS if renting a room in a HDB flat ?
  4. Jan 6th Jan 8th Jan 26th Is there some devious plot among lamp posts to obstruct justice?
  5. Can someone educate me on why is there a need? What upset is there to the economy or country's stability? http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_601456.html
  6. Little_prince

    369 Declare War With Singapore Police?

    369 been in the news alot lately with at least 3 in the last count... are they purposely declaring war with police? discuss
  7. SimonTan

    I declare open the YOG Singapore.

    I don't see any emotion or joy or even a hint of enthusiasm when the word was spoken. It was so stoic and lifeless.
  8. this camry is 3 years already. they can do that as the government oso know thailand car should be cheaper than the korean car.
  9. Hi Hi, You have less than an hour to top up $50 to your cash card and redeem 6 can of pepsi at Caltex. They only accept receipt till today. but redemption is much later Doesn't require you to spend a cent, just give them the receipt. Click the link to Nets.Com for detailsFree Pepsi Anyway, let's check out how many can you guys have gotten. The cheapo in me got quite a substantial amt. Sony - 108
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  11. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin.../358051/1/.html 61-year-old man caught for smuggling tobacco By Lau Joon-Nie, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 03 July 2008 1923 hrs SINGAPORE: An arriving passenger with an awkwardly bulging waistline and unnatural gait caught the attention of customs officers at the Singapore Cruise Centre on Wednesday. A body search conducted on the 61-year-old man uncovered four packets of shag tobacco strapped to his waist. The loose tobacco, which is used for rolling cigarettes, weighed about 850 grammes. According to a statement from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), the man claimed he had bought the tobacco for personal consumption in Batam while visiting his family there. Potential customs duty on the contraband tobacco would have amounted to S$281, and goods and services tax (GST) evaded came up to S$21. Under the law, first-time smugglers can be fined up to 20 times the amount of unpaid duty. They also face further fines based on the amount of GST evaded.
  12. if you buy stocks and have it place in central depository , then it easy IRS will do everything BUT if you buy shares from broker or bank and get dividend .... if you dont declare you kena quite expensive upfront tax on the dividend something to the tune of 20 something percent BUT if you declare then you forever must declare any if accidentally miss one sometime later ...surely kena fine like crazy so in your case how do you manage this problem
  13. Bros, got this question always wanted to ask : How do manufacturers come up with their 0-100 timings ? Is it done on the track ? If so, arent there many factors involved eg. wind speed, temperature, grip levels etc ? Or is it done on a dyno with controlled environment ?