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Updated on Jan 27 2018 With the average starting salary for fresh graduates in Malaysia ranging between RM2,300 to RM2,500 combined with the rising cost of living, it comes as no surprise that there is a huge percentage of Gen Y who are now stuck in a rat race. Research studies by Malaysian Digest have […]
Following our recent article: (Are Millennial Financially Screwed?), we were featured on TraXX FM and were really glad the radio station was focused on this issue as many millennials seem to be losing control of their finances.
Aaron Tang, better known as Mr Stingy, provides insightful career advice and personal finance tips to help young Malaysians lead a better quality of life. Working mostly with university students and fresh graduates as a campus and digital marketing advisor in Leaderonomics.com, his audience ranges from 25 to 34 years old, a large portion of […]
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?
We Malaysians love cars. There is no doubt on that. It often feels like it’s part of our culture to buy a car. Perhaps it’s because of our public transportation system that is lacking slightly in coverage-area (although slowly improving), or that we’ve got really awesome driving roads. Whatever the reason may be, however, […]
Updated on 6th August 2018 Travelling is becoming a hobby for most Malaysians, especially of the Gen Y (millennials). It is understandable as travel is becoming affordable with flights getting cheaper and the availability of Airbnb removing the costs of expensive hotels rates. Not to mention the minimalist travelling style today; a backpack is all […]
Updated 15 May 2018. We are concerned about Malaysians’ financial condition. Many including millennials are finding it hard to keep up given the rising costs of living. Whether it is saving, investing, insurance, or managing money, the financial health status of an average Malaysian highly depends on these fundamentals. Let’s see if you are doing […]
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 […]
*Updated on 19th Dec 2017 Did you know that Malaysians are the most vulnerable to internet scams according to a survey by Telenor Group?
Peer-to-Peer Lending (P2P) is slowly growing in Malaysia as an alternative investment option and funding platform for investors and businesses alike. We’re not quite at the level as China is – it’s the largest market for P2P in the world with over 1,000 marketplace lenders – but over time P2P in Malaysia aims to address […]
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.
Kad kredit boleh digunakan untuk memudahkan hidup anda. Tetapi, untuk mencapai matlamat ini, anda perlu tahu cara menggunakan kad kredit dengan betul.
You own a credit card (or two) and you use it daily without much thought. But, did you know there are some very common myths about credit cards that Malaysians tend to believe are true? If you want to discover what those five myths are, tune into the podcast below. In this episode of Five for […]
Buying a property is almost every Malaysian’s ultimate financial goal. Despite reports saying that property price growth has been slowing down due to the bad economy and market glut, many millennials still have a gloomy outlook on their chances of owning a house today.
Having savings as a financial buffer for yourself is a crucial part of personal finance. It is the first and easiest step towards building your wealth before going into other personal finance components that are more complex such as investing, property (asset) management and building your own business (income).
We share our knowledge on the inner workings of MLM companies, and gave tips on how you can spot the red flags so you don’t fall for MLM scams on BFM: The Business Radio Station. Scroll down to listen to the full interview.
Tahukah anda, dalam beberapa situasi, membuat pembayaran menggunakan kad kredit lebih baik berbanding menggunakan tunai? Untuk tujuan keselamatan, keselesaan, dan juga pelbagai faedah lain, ketahui mengapa lebih ramai gemar menggunakan kad kredit berbanding tunai.
As doubtful as you may be with the headline for this article, moving around in our cities including KL, Penang, and Johor Bahru may not require you to own a car anymore. Millennials in Malaysia may not realise this, but owning a car is no longer seen as a trend anymore. The same applies to […]
The growing technology scene in Southeast Asia, especially Malaysia, has brought many millennials to fame after delivering astonishing performances from their wild ideas. By maximizing the growing digital community in the country, these Malaysians are currently making millions of Ringgit from their tech business.