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Updated 13 November 2017 Grab and Uber are the two competing ride-hailing companies in Malaysia. You can take advantage of their competition as they offer various different discount codes to encourage you to use their services.
Everyone can now breathe a sigh of relief as the Cabinet has given the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) the go-ahead to regulate Uber and Grab ride-sharing services. In the latest Budget 2017, the government also encouraged Malaysians to participate as Uber drivers to improve their income.
Updated 21 April 2019 Dreaming about an afternoon’s indulgence of scrumptious desserts and perfectly brewed cups of tea (or coffee)? Dream no further. From the affordable high tea indulgence to the decadent and luxurious experiences, we’ve put together this list of the best high tea places in KL. Hold your saliva, and read on!
Kebanyakkan rakyat Malaysia pernah mengalami situasi ini dimana mereka dibayar gaji pada hujung bulan dan mereka bercadang untuk membeli barangan kesukaan mereka. Akan tetapi, mereka tidak dapat berbuat demikian kerana gaji mereka hanya cukup untuk menampung sara hidup seperti membayar sewa rumah, bil telefon bulanan, dan sebagainya. Bagi segelintir rakyat Malaysia pula, mereka masih […]
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 […]
If you’re like most, then you would feel slightly intimidated by the number of credit cards that Citibank Malaysia offers. They have a total of 10 credit cards, of which 3 are cashback credit cards. Let’s break them down in this article to understand each one of them better – no intimidation necessary. The 3 […]
Wondering which Citibank credit card to apply for? Citibank has quite a number of credit cards for various categories, such as cashback, rewards points, and air miles. We’ve put together the best Citibank credit cards from each of the categories here to help you make a decision! Read on to find out.
So many options in the world, so many different types of credit cards. How would you know which one to choose? How do we weigh the pros and cons of a rewards credit card over cashback? It’s quite simple; it boils down to where you spend your money on.
I’ll be honest, there are two things I’ve doubted before with credit cards: auto-billing and cashback. Auto-billing scares me because it feels like I’m not in control, and cashback is… well, I’ve never really looked at it. Standard Chartered’s JustOne Platinum card, however, addressed my concerns. How?
With the uncertain economic situation, ensuring that you and your loved ones will be financially covered should any unwanted circumstances happen is crucial. Well, in a nutshell, Life insurance is an insurance that covers the risk of life and pays out an assured sum on the happening of the specified event. Health insurance refers to a […]
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 […]
Ever felt like the holiday season is still weeks away, but then reality suddenly comes crashing down and Christmas is actually in just a few days? What if you don’t have enough savings to get expensive and nice gifts for everyone?
Updated: 31 October 2018 Income inequality, income gap, income disparity, these are all different words that refer to one simple thing – some people make more money than others. This is a sensitive issue to discuss within society because it involves a person’s salary. But how does the difference in salary matter?
If you’re about to graduate or have recently graduated, first of all – congratulations! Before you begin living payslip to payslip, here is some financial advice for all fresh graduates and entry-level executives at their first job.