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Thinking of an MBA? How much will it cost you

Here’s the cost of a MBA programme, if you’re thinking of doing one to advance your career. Look at the options so that you can budget and decide accordingly.

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Derivatives 101 in Malaysia

Savvy investors can multiply potential gains by capitalising on the leverage effect offered by derivatives, regardless of market movement.

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Which pre-university programme should you choose?

For those with an SPM qualification, you would most likely need a pre-U qualification to gain admission to a university or college. It is worth finding out more about each type of pre-U programme so that your transition into a bachelor degree will be easier.

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12 Creative Tips To Plan Your Christmas Shopping

Two of the things that everyone looks forward to during the festive period are — Christmas songs and Christmas shopping! In this time of the year, gift shopping can be a pretty stressful ordeal due to the amount of time and money involved.

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Start Shopping With ezbuy Daily Surprises!

Check out ezbuy.my for online shopping with daily sales and discounts, daily best buy items and FREE shipping and delivery on selected items! Find out more!

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How Much Do You Know About Islamic Finance?

Islamic financing is on the rise, however what are the differences between Islamic financing models and conventional financing in Malaysia? Find out here!

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10 Things Successful Investors Don’t Do

Being a successful investor is not a challenge! It is a practice which comes with knowledge, discipline, and ideas. 1. THEY DO NOT do their due diligence via Internet forums Successful investors are comfortable with the reality that their future can’t be predicted. They aren’t easily influenced by what they read online. Instead, they do […]

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Comparing Loyalty Cards to Get the Most Rewards

Loyalty cards are a smart way to maximize your spending earning extra points or discounts. Whether you’re a shopaholic or just a regular Joe (or Jane) getting your necessities, if you’re spending money why not let these cards help stretch your spending an extra inch, or mile, or more? With the many loyalty cards available to Malaysians, […]

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Heboh Kebangkitan Pelaburan Bitcoin?

Kita sempat menyaksikan bersama-sama penurunan harga Bitcoin pada akhir tahun 2017 hingga awal 2018 lalu. Mata wang virtual paling popular di dunia ini pernah mencecah nilai $20,000 sebelum merosot perlahan-lahan. Namun kini petanda kenaikan harga Bitcoin mulai muncul.

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Entry Level Salaries In Various Job Categories

If this is your final year at college or university, you could be thinking of applying for a job before you graduate. Let’s get a closer look at the hiring and salary trends in Malaysia!

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5 Important Questions To Ask When You Interview A Financial Planner Or Advisor

              In Partnership with:  In the previous article we visited the idea of why a person needs to engage with a professional financial planner to handle his/her personal finance affairs.

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Islamic Banking Studies: The Top 8 Course Providers in Malaysia

Heralded as one of the world’s leading country in Islamic Banking research, Malaysia is on track to becoming a global hub for Islamic Finance as it continues to record double-digit growth. With that said, 56000 experts and professionals in the industry will be needed by 2020 in Malaysia. It’s not just dirhams and dinars. As Islamic Finance […]

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Bitcoin Debit Cards: An Introduction to Malaysians

You have heard about bitcoin, but have you heard about bitcoin debit cards? Chances are, you have not. Bitcoin debit cards are a relatively new financial tool, designed as a solution primarily for the Bitcoin community as a way to easily spend bitcoin. The bitcoin community is limited to only thousands of shops around the world […]

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Should Malaysian Students Work Part-time While Studying?

Going to college or university is an expensive affair. With the increasing costs of tuition fees, accommodation and other living expenses, there is a long list of things that Malaysian students have to consider when taking into account their college or university finances. In fact, many Malaysian students these days have to consider getting a […]

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5 Things Students Need To Know About PTPTN

The National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) is popular among Malaysians as a way to save even more money if you’re enrolled in public university (which tution fees are already among the cheapest in the world!).

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