We already know Singaporeans spend tons of money on homes, cars and tuition for their kids. That's all well and good, because they at least intend for their money to go to those things.
But Singaporeans are also surprisingly careless with their cash. In fact, a recent report showed that the average Singaporean loses a whopping $2,600 a year to mystery spending-on things they didn't intend to buy.
Whether it's a plastic bag-full of snacks absent-mindedly bought at a 7-11 on the way back to the office after lunch or a quick coffee break at Starbucks, it all adds up. $2,600 is a huge amount to spend on something you're barely aware of and can hardly remember.
Here's what you could do with that $2,600 instead: