Hassle-free COE Renewal With MoneyMax Leasing

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Thinking of renewing your COE? MoneyMax Leasing offers a quick, transparent and hassle-free option, at low interest rates from 1.99%. If your car is running right, renewing your COE is a financially sound choice to make, as the costs are much lower than buying a new car. Having ready cash to pay for the full […]

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Find Out More about the COE Bidding Exercise

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If you are looking to register a vehicle, you must first bid for a certificate of entitlement (COE). During the open bidding exercises conducted twice a month, you can bid for a COE. But how should one strategise to bid for COE and optimise his spending? Find out more by reading on! LTA will announce the […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility Programme – Project Sayang

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MoneyMax believes strongly in giving back to the community. As part of Project Sayang, employees of MoneyMax gathered together in a show of solidarity and kampong spirit to lend a helping hand to needy families of Radin Mas, Telok Blangah and Redhill housing estates, by providing them with daily necessities such as beds, electrical appliances […]

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How to Extend Your COE: All You Need to Know and More

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How to Renew Your COE? What is COE? All vehicles in Singapore require a Certificate of Entitlement (COE). A successful COE bid gives you the right to own a vehicle that can be used on the road for 10 years. When your vehicle’s COE expires at the end of the 10-year COE period, you can […]

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Top 3 Questions to Ask When Purchasing a Used Car

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Purchasing a used car does not need to be terrifying or costly. In fact, it costs 50% to 70% lesser than purchasing a new car. Here are the top 3 questions to ask: What is the mileage of the car? One simple technique would be looking at the used car’s mileage. If a car has […]

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6 Things You Need to Know Before Renewing Your COE

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Possessing a car in Singapore can be an expensive. Even with the COE prices being lower than usual, car owners may rather choose to get their COE renewed rather than investing in a new vehicle. Here are 7 things you need to know if you are planning to renew your COE when it expires.   […]

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Should I Apply for 5 or 10 Years of COE Car Loan?

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Is your car’s COE coming to an end? Most of our customers called us to check about the renewal of Certificate of Entitlement (COE) car loans. There are two options to renewing your car COE, one is for five years and the other is for 10. Factors such as the condition of your car and […]

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