All Articles With Category : Money Tips

The latest and the best financial news, tips and tricks.

Money Management: 3 Ways to Control Your Finances

Irrespective of the amount of money that you earn, it’s always wise to plan ahead for the future by making a realistic budget that will allow you to manage your money wisely.

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5 Tips To Stop Living Pay Cheque To Pay Cheque

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  • March 14, 2019

Updated on 11 March 2018  Are you tired of living between pay cheques and want to head towards financial freedom? Follow these 5 tips on how to break away from that dreadful cycle!

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How To Share Expenses Fairly As A Couple [INFOGRAPHIC]

  When we are in love we share almost everything right? Food, car and even clothes (Shirts and sweaters etc. Don’t get any ideas). But do we share expenses too? if you do, kudos! but if you don’t. then you might want to read on to see how it can ease your financial burdens. Here […]

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8 Ways To Make Your Angpow Money Work For You

Angpow money, one of the Chinese New Year “benefits”. Unfortunately, our angpow hauls shrink the older we become. RM100 just seems a lot less these days. But it doesn’t matter how much you get, why not spend it in a way that helps you save more money in the long run? Now that sounds like a good deal to […]

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Discount on Tolls This Chinese New Year

Not only will the emergency lanes be accessible to drivers this Chinese New Year, but toll discounts  between 10% and 30% will be implemented as well!  A wonderful way to start the Lunar New Year. According to the Works Ministry, a total of 25 highway operators will offer special incentive to motorists in the form of discounts. […]

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8 Money Tips For Chinese New Year

You can tell that Chinese New Year is just around the corner when the shopping malls have put up their decorations and your colleagues are eagerly talking about going back to their hometowns. Save money this CNY with our tips!

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Malaysians Can’t Afford Groceries?

Truth hurts and sadly the title of this article is indeed true. let’s talk about a very common topic. The rise in cost of living in Malaysia.

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15 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2019

A new year is upon us, along with opportunities and new beginnings! It is the perfect time to make big changes in your financial habits too. Because no matter how much you make from your job, some tweaks in how you handle your money can go a long way to improving your finances.

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Malaysia’s Personal Finance Roundup 2018

2018 is coming to an end, paving the way for 2019. It will be the start of a new year under a new ruling government, and a 2019 Budget that is quite different from before. What has happened this year for Malaysia, and what is to come? In last year’s Malaysia personal finance roundup, we […]

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Common Money Mistakes People Made in 2018

  “Pokai lah,” (broke) or “duit dah kering” (no more money). Familiar with those phrases? Chances are, you have used it yourself, or have heard your friends or family using it. Read on to find out the common money mistakes Malaysians made in 2018. 

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Free water for B40 in Selangor only for 2019

Those living in Selangor have enjoyed lower prices for their water bills, but this will soon end in 2019. The Selangor 2019 Budget will see that only the B40 group in the state will receive free water; they must be registered under the E-Kasih programme.

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Practical Tips for Giving Christmas Gifts on a Budget

The end of the year is fast rolling around, and you’re all busy planning how you want to spend the rest of your leave days. Then you suddenly remember! Oh no, the office is having a Christmas party in December and you need to get gifts, and not just for the boss. Alternatively, you may […]

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Extensions That Will Make Shopping Online So Much Cheaper

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  • November 19, 2018

There’s one thing you can do if you shop on your desktop that you can’t really do on your phones (you could, but that involves jumping through different apps) — go hunting for the best value for money product. But if that entails having 10,000 tabs open while you search for treasure, then you’re doing […]

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The Cost of Raising A Child In Malaysia

Lets be realistic about how times have changed. In the olden days, it was a must to have kids as soon as you tie the knot. I believe this concept is evident across all racial or ethnic backgrounds in Malaysia. More often than not, we constantly hear stories from our parents about how a plate […]

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How You Duit – Blogger Edition 2

This time we’re going to be featuring another group of authors from famous financial blogs in Malaysia!

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每个月赚RM2,000或RM2,500的你,申请这些信用卡是最好的!

至每个月可以赚到RM2,000至RM2,500的你们,如果你以为申请一张信用卡是不可能的事,那你就错了。市面上许多银行都已经推出各种不同类别的信用卡给收入中等的人士,而如果你的月收入位于这个范围的话,就要看看以下小编要介绍的5张信用卡和不同的优惠咯。

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Halloween’s Treat – Tales From KL

I know managing our finance can be a scary thing. But in the spirit of Halloween, lets take a break from all things finance and dwell into the realm of the uncanny. From Poltergeist to the Nun, many of us are always fascinated with horror films. But what fuels these fascination or excitement towards horror? […]

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How You Duit? (Blogger Edition!)

This time we’re going to be featuring FIVE authors from popular financial blogs in Malaysia! Curious about their financial habits, want to peek in their wallets, want to know if they are spenders or savers? Read on!

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Price Controlled Items This Deepavali

Every year during Deepavali, many Hindus splurge on so many things, clothes, food, fireworks, furniture and the lists goes on. It’s about time we rethink how we spend. To help us do that, here’s a list of 16 items under price control.

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How Can Investments Boost My Child’s College Funds?

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  • October 23, 2018

As a parent, one of the expenses you may be dreading most is paying for your child’s education. From the moment they learn their ABC’s to the day they receive their diploma, chances are that you’ll be footing the bill nearly every step of the way.

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