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WeChat Malaysia has officially launched their WeChat Pay e-wallet. It is yet another mobile payment system that is intending to take the Malaysian market by storm, but with a strong focus on its user experience to stand out in a crowded playing field. Can it, though? Some of you may have seen the WeChat Pay […]
*Updated on 5th September 2017 Another cashless online payment solution in the form of Alipay has landed in our country. Find out how it works and what it can offer Malaysians in this article.
The Chinese New Year is often symbolised by large family gatherings and the ang pow. The ang pow is a red packet that contains money which is given by elders and married couples to the younger and unmarried persons. What does ang pow mean, however?
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 […]
Image source: Digital News Asia BOOST, Malaysia’s homegrown e-wallet app, announced on July 25 its partnership with global payment brand UnionPay to grow its footprint in Malaysia and overseas. UnionPay serves a global card base of over seven billion. Having formed partnerships with more than 1,800 institutions worldwide, UnionPay has enabled card acceptance in 170 […]
What is Min-Maxing My Personal Finances? Min-Maxing (which has its roots in role-playing games) is the process of minimizing weaknesses and maximizing your strengths. The end result desired is for optimization and better results. Min-Maxing my personal finances is all about taking many small steps to ruthlessly cut your weaknesses and gain many small incremental […]
Perkembangan terkini menyaksikan Malaysia bakal menuju kerarah masyarakat tanpa tunai secara menyeluruh menjelang tahun 2050. Walaupun tarik itu masih 32 tahun lagi, platform pembayaran digital di Malaysia berkembang pesat bagai cendawan tumbuh selepas hujan.
It does seem that Malaysia is moving towards becoming a cashless society by 2050. Despite being 32 years away from that year, we are already witnessing the mushrooming of digital payment platforms in Malaysia.
Did you know that you can pay for groceries with the Touch ‘n Go (TnG) card? Gone are the days when we used it to pay for the toll only. The card now offers more features and benefits to its card users. Read on so you can get the most out of your TnG card. On […]