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During times when you need some extra cash you would want to get it at the best possible rate. Look no further, because we’ve done the work for you. Here is a list of personal loans with the lowest interest rates for you to consider. MBSB Personal Financing-i Those looking for Shariah compliant financing are […]
We have all made impulse purchases at some point. If we learn to control impulse spending, we would have much more cash to spend on the things that we actually need. Below are habitual, money-wasting purchases that Malaysians should stop making.
Do you know the differences between Islamic Finance and Conventional Finance? Some would probably simply say that Islamic Financing disallows interest-based transactions. Sounds easy to understand, right? But if interest rates are prohibited, then how does anyone gain from the initial investment. We’ll cover the main differentiating factors between these two types of financing right […]
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.
We all have different financing needs at different times of our life. There are times when we need cash for urgent needs, whereas at other times we may wish to clear our existing debts or to fund other financing needs.
The process of renting out your property can sometimes be an emotional and strenuous process. How can you make use of social media platforms to increase your property’s visibility, engage and attract your ideal tenant?
As an expat or foreigner living in Malaysia, getting a credit card can be a very difficult task. As many banks do not have specific nor uniformed requirements for expats to be eligible for a credit card, it can be a lengthy and difficult process.
Let’s get the facts straight; Malaysia has financial obligations amounting to RM1.087 trillion ringgit, as at December 31, 2017. This includes Federal Government Debt, Government Guarantees, and lease payments for Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects such as construction of schools, hostels, rental, maintenance of roads, police stations, hospitals, etc. The official Federal Government Debt of RM686.8 billion equates […]
We all have at least a bank account for basic savings, loans and credit cards. But do you know that you can be a shareholder in these banks? If you are interested in investing in local banks, we have screened the top five banks in Malaysia with the help of Bursa Market Place for you.
Updated on March 13 2018 Is it possible to even save RM10 these days, let alone RM800 in 30 days? Well, with the rising cost of living in Malaysia – especially in cities like Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Penang and Johor Bahru – life can get pretty pricey. That’s why we’ve discovered 10 different ways […]
Under construction property is ready for sale even though it has not been built yet. This is one of the most sought-after property types that Malaysians go for, especially millennials and young working couples.
A few days ago, I saw a friend’s post on social media about successfully bidding for an auction property.
Personal loans in Malaysia have a wide range of uses. Whether you are starting a business, buying a car, or looking to consolidate your credit card debt, a personal loan could be just the financial product that suits your needs.