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Investing in a fuel-efficient car is a great way to save money. Fuel-efficient cars are usually hybrids: cars that have both a gas engine and an electric motor. These cars have less carbon dioxide emissions, as well as a better fuel consumption. When ranking cars to find which ones are the best, we looked for […]
A car is one of the biggest long-term investments you can make, going a long way into making your daily commute and leisure trips more convenient. However, not everybody can afford to just drop cash on a car like they would for a Starbucks frappuccino. When the money in your bank account is not enough […]
There’s something to be said about the benefits of shopping in your pajamas in the comfort of your own home. Thanks to the Internet, you can not only do just that, you can also buy great fashion items at lower prices compared to buying from stores! Enjoy a laid-back weekend shopping online for great fashion […]
Location weddings are becoming a trend these days. Couples are exchanging vows in exotic locations, bringing a wonderful and breathtaking experience for them and their guests to new heights (sometimes literally) and new horizons. (Crystal clear blue waters, anyone?) Destination weddings might be expensive, but the location is worth the experience. Here in Asia, we […]
If you’re thinking of upgrading to—or getting—the best broadband plan for your use, here are just a few things to help you make a well-informed decision before you find yourself signing up for a contract. Broadband Type There are three types of broadband technology available in Malaysia. ADSL, an older broadband technology, is cheaper and […]
Concern over the welfare of young Malaysians have been raised after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib made the Budget 2014 announcement last Friday. Groups pointed out that next year’s budget lacked opportunities to resolve socio-economic problems being faced by the youth, the most glaring of which include lack of better employment opportunities and debt. The […]
The 2013 budget for Malaysia was designed to win votes, from BR1M and cellphone rebates to reduced costs on repayment loans for students and many more. So has this been a year to take advantage of and now we need to repay the losses? With warnings from international analysis about tightening up and making the […]