Tag Archive: money matters

How do I calculate my Debt Service Ratio?

By April 25, 2019 10:00 am

Applying a loan is not easy and is, in fact, a very long and tedious process. When your loan goes for approval, your debt service ratio is a major consideration. It is a strong decisive factor and you need to make sure it’s good to prove to your loan officers that you have good credit […]

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Know The Difference Between Good Debt and Bad Debt

By April 18, 2019 1:00 pm

The term ‘debt’ is mostly associated with negativity. However, like many things in life, there’s always a good side. While some loans are usually detrimental to your financial standing from the get go (such as overspending on shopping and travelling expenses, etc.) there is another end of the spectrum with ‘good’ loans that actually add […]

Find The Right Credit Reporting Agency For You

By March 29, 2019 11:00 am

Do you know your credit history? If you don’t, it’s time to play catch up. We compare three credit rating agencies and share its pro’s and con’s to help you decide the easiest and the best way to obtain your credit report. 

How To Share Expenses Fairly As A Couple [INFOGRAPHIC]

By February 8, 2019 10:04 am

  When we are in love we share almost everything right? Food, car and even clothes (Shirts and sweaters etc. Don’t get any ideas). But do we share expenses too? if you do, kudos! but if you don’t. then you might want to read on to see how it can ease your financial burdens. Here […]

Common Money Mistakes People Made in 2018

By December 12, 2018 4:24 pm

  “Pokai lah,” (broke) or “duit dah kering” (no more money). Familiar with those phrases? Chances are, you have used it yourself, or have heard your friends or family using it. Read on to find out the common money mistakes Malaysians made in 2018. 

Budget 2019 Malaysia: Revisiting Budget 2018 Malaysia

By October 26, 2018 1:30 pm

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.