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Using Social Media To Drive Up Your Property’s Rental

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?

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5 Tips To Stop Living Pay Cheque To Pay Cheque

  Updated on 17 April 2019 Are you tired of living between pay cheques and want to head towards financial freedom? Follow these 5 tips on how to break away from that dreadful cycle!

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5 Best Travel Insurance Policies For Malaysians

Now that everyone can easily fly, traveling the world becomes immensely popular. Frequent traveling means the chances of accidents and illness happening when we are overseas is higher too. Thankfully, we have an array of travel insurance options with comprehensive benefits at the lowest costs available today. But where do we start? What does a […]

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The Easy Guide To Going Places With GoCar

Life is easy when you go online or use an app to book all your travel and transportation needs. Flights to different countries, electric trains between cities, taxis or ride sharing vehicles for short distances. Adding to that ease, is an app that lets you rent a car at your fingertips. And let us tell […]

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2019 Malaysia Income Tax e-Filing Guide for Newbies

Filling income taxes in 2019 don’t have to be complicated for Malaysians – especially new tax-payers! If you want to know how to get started and know the tax reliefs & benefits for you, read on!

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How You Duit – Blogger Edition 2

This time we’re going to be featuring another group of authors from famous financial blogs in Malaysia!

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Budget 2019 Malaysia: Looking at the Rakyat’s Suggestions

As we all know, the Belanjawan 2019 website allows citizens of Malaysia to share their suggestions on what the government should consider for specific categories. There have been many different suggestions for the different categories. We put together some of these suggestions to bring up notable suggestions for the budget.

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Budget 2019 Malaysia: Revisiting Budget 2018 Malaysia

Almost exactly a year ago, the #Bajet2018 was tabled by the government. In light of the upcoming National 2019 Budget, we’re revisiting last year’s budget to understand what were the major announcements in the past. One big thing that will be missing is of course the GST, which has since been replaced with SST.

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7 Ways Your Credit Cards Can Help You Save While Planning Your Vacation

Everyone needs a break once in a while. That’s why vacations are such a big thing and that’s why we’re always looking forward to them. Sometimes, vacations are what keep us going, especially if we’re stuck in a job that’s boring or repetitive.

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How do I calculate my Debt Service Ratio?

What is a ‘debt service ratio’? If you have ever applied for a car, home or personal loan, you will probably have heard the phrase ‘debt service ratio’ from the bank’s loan officers whilst they explain to you how the loan works.

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100 Ideas for Personal Finance

 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 […]

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What Is Your Net Worth?

We are sure you have heard of the term ‘net worth’ at least once, especially when Forbes magazine announces their Richest List disclosing net worth of the world’s billionaires. The interesting thing is, regular people like you and I have net worth too! And you should know your net worth as it’s a snapshot of your financial […]

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How Serious Is Malaysia’s RM1 Trillion Debt?

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 […]

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Discover the Best Frequent Flyer Program for You

Want to travel to more places for FREE? Take advantage of a frequent flyer programme. We compare four frequent flyer programmes most commonly used by Malaysians to help you get the most from your travels.

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She Flew From Kuala Lumpur To Kota Kinabalu For Only RM19 And Her Photos Remind Us Why Sabah Is One of The Most Beautiful States In Our Country

Most Malaysians agree that Sabah has the most astonishing views whether it’s the island, beach, jungle or culture. If you are not one of them, you need to read this.

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Things You Need To Know About Under Construction Property in Malaysia

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.

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The Best Maybank Credit Cards in Malaysia for 2017

Updated on 2nd Oct 2017 Want to apply for a Maybank credit card but not sure which one to get? Look no further, as we’ve shortlisted some of the best Maybank credit cards for you to consider, based on their features, annual income requirements, and rewards that you might be looking for in a credit […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Air Miles Credit Cards

What is an air miles credit card? An air miles credit card gives you air mile points for every RM you spend locally and even overseas. You don’t have to spend on travel-related items or air tickets to earn miles; spending at restaurants, retail, or online shopping counts as long as you charge it to […]

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Travel on A Budget to These 7 Asian Destinations

Want to go for a holiday, but feeling the pinch of our weakened currency? Here are 7 travel destinations within Asia that will give you the most bang for your buck, despite the current economic condition.

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Wedding Reception Venues in KL and Selangor to Fit Your Budget

Let’s face it, wedding planning and throwing your wedding reception does not come cheap. These days with the rise of living costs, inflation, and GST most hotels and wedding venues have increased their rates per person or per table. Are weddings a good investment? Financially, maybe not. Many couples find themselves pressured to throw an […]

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