A major part of adulting is gaining control of your finances. The less complicated your financial life is, the more secure you’ll feel and the easier it is to make headway on your financial goals. So where do you start simplifying your money issues? Here are 11 easy tactics to getting your financial life together. […]
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — According to the Ministry of Finance, the crowd fund has received RM144,636,944.31 as of 3pm today. Since its launch on 30th May 2018, Malaysians have been actively donating to the Tabung Harapan Malaysia (THM) fund in major efforts to help settle the national debt. In just under one month, the fund […]
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 […]
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 […]
*Updated: Nov 7, 2019 Want to save more money on your monthly petrol bill? We’ve listed down the best credit cards for petrol cashback in Malaysia, find out more below!
Judging from the number of credit card application kiosks at malls across Malaysia, you would think no credit card application would be denied. Shockingly, there are some who do, and it may well because you did not meet the minimum credit card requirements stipulated by the issuing banks and financial regulatory bodies in Malaysia. If […]
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 […]
Peer-to-peer investing could be THE new year financial resolution that will give your investment portfolio a boost and deliver quick returns, without the need to go on a financial crash diet. Intrigued? We break it down for you here.