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6% Tax on Digital Services passed, begins 1 Jan 2020

Remember the Digital Tax mentioned in the tabling of the 2019 Budget? The bill has now passed in the Dewan Rakyat. The tax is set to be imposed on foreign digital service providers starting 1 January 2020. Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah explained that the upcoming digital tax has a lower rate than that […]

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BelanjawanKu – A Guide For A Better Budget

Having troubles managing your budgets? Now we finally have a guide courtesy of the Ministry of Finance and Employee Provident Fund(EPF).  The finance ministry has launched the BelanjawanKu guide which is an initiative by EPF. BelanjawanKu is a reference budget for Malaysians that includes expenditure required by individuals and families to lead dignified lives with active […]

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Money Lover App Review – Track your expenses!

Budgeting and managing money is a good habit to have, though it may not be very simple – especially if you’re doing it the old fashion way. Thankfully we have smartphone apps that do that today, and Money Lover is my favourite. Wanna know why?

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5 Budgeting Apps You Can’t Live Without

If you’ve ever set yourself a budget with the best of intentions but lost track of it along the way, ending up just spending money without any idea of how much you’re spending or what on, then these smartphone apps are for you. Whichever app you go for in the end, you will have all […]

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14 Lazy Habits That Are Costing Malaysians Money

Did you know that being lazy could be costing you money and the potential to earn more money?

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Best Stores for Hari Raya 2017 Shopping in Malaysia

Updated 17 June 2017 Already thinking about where to go to shop for Hari Raya this year? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. We have listed down some of the best online and offline stores to shop at for your Hari Raya clothes and kuih, check it out!

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Budget 101: How to Create a Personal Balance Sheet

Welcome to Part 2 of our ongoing series on personal financial statements. If you have read the first part of this series you should now have a solid understanding of what an income statement is, how it is created and how it can benefit you.

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Nasi Lemak Index: Estimate Your Real Purchasing Power

Ever wondered what your actual purchasing power is these days? Fresh graduates in Malaysia are not only finding it hard to negotiate for higher starting salaries, but are now caught having to stretch out their money given the higher cost of living.

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We Asked Malaysian Bloggers For Financial Management Tips For Couples!

Managing your own personal finances can already be quite the challenge – much less when you’re in a relationship and both of you need to juggle your finances together.

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