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Following our Nasi Lemak Index last year which revealed that the salary levels of Malaysians have been stagnated over the past five years, we are glad to discover the actual range for various jobs offers a different starting salary range for fresh graduates or entry-level positions. The more interesting part is, the same jobs offer […]
Kumpulan B40, M40 dan T20 merujuk kepada klasifikasi pendapatan di Malaysia. Menurut Jabatan Statistik Malaysia (JSM), inilah definisi yang terkini.
Updated: 7 November 2018 Malaysians are categorised into three different income groups: Top 20% (T20), Middle 40% (M40), and Bottom 40% (B40). Over the years, the bar for each group’s income level has increased and this is one of the indicators of economic growth. Here’s the latest definition for T20, M40 and B40 based […]
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?
*Updated on 19th Dec 2017 Did you know that Malaysians are the most vulnerable to internet scams according to a survey by Telenor Group?
Di Malaysia, selain BR1M atau Bantuan Rakyat 1 Malaysia untuk membantu golongan yang berkelayakan, terdapat banyak subsidi dan bantuan kerajaan di Malaysia yang mungkin anda tidak ketahui.
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.
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).
Kuala Lumpur is the cheapest city to live in within Southeast Asia, according to the latest findings by The Economist Intelligence Unit. But have you ever wondered how the cost of living in the capital city, Kuala Lumpur compares to the rest of the cities in our country?
Recently, the value of the Ringgit has decreased and as previously shared in our article on the Economic Outlook 2017, experts expect the Ringgit to stay as low as it is throughout the whole year.
Ever wondered what your actual purchasing power is these days? Fresh graduates in Malaysia are not only finding it hard to negotiate for higher starting salaries, but are now caught having to stretch out their money given the higher cost of living.