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The answer to that question is a resounding YES, and the good news is that it’s not as complicated as it seems. Just run through these series of questions and answers with us and you’ll be an expert on the topic in no time!

EPF 8% vs 11%: Which is the Best Choice for You?

8% vs 11%. These two numbers have been on the minds of most working Malaysians in recent times, and for good reason. With the announcement of the new default EPF contribution rate in the revised 2016 budget, everyone is scrambling to find out whet...

Mistakes To Avoid When Upsizing Your Home

Do you want to save yourself from the pitfall of extra financial burden? Here are some valuable tips on upsizing your home to do just that.

Personal Finance Challenge 2016

For many people, the beginning of the year is often seen as a chance for a fresh start, an opportunity to get rid of bad habits and to straighten the proverbial boat, hence the annual influx of new gym-goers that occurs around this time of year, e...

5 Money Tips For 2016

Money, money, money - must be funny in a rich man’s world! Well, we’re not sure how financially literate the members of ABBA were, but you don’t have to find yourself a rich spouse like the song says to be more financially secure. Just follow thes...

Is A Credit Card Right For You

Almost everybody has a credit card now, but should you have one too? If this list of top reasons rings “this would help!” in your head as you read, then the answer you’re looking for would be yes.

How Does Takaful Compare To Conventional Insurance?

A prevailing misperception about Takaful is that it is simply the Islamic version of traditional insurance, and thus is confined to those of the religion. The truth is, not only is Takaful open to anyone regardless of religion or creed, it is a...

Credit Cards VS Personal Loans. Which Is Better For You?

Many of us own a credit card(s) or even have a personal loan, but do we know enough about it? This article is to help consumers find out more about credit cards and personal loans and familiarise them with the pros and cons of each in order to mak...

How Much Does Your Household Spend Per Month

See how your household’s monthly spending compares with the Malaysian national average. Are you overspending on certain things? If you are, try making it your new years resolution to cut down and save more.

Buying A Home - How Much Am I Able To Borrow

Before starting out in search of your perfect home you should check what your maximum loan eligibility is. This is to avoid disappointment at the final stage of the process when you find out that you are not eligible to borrow the full amount r...