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!
Over the last five years, approximately 25,000 Malaysians under the age 35 have been declared bankrupt at an average of 13.7 people per day according to the Insolvency Department’s records. An unpaid debt of over RM 30,000 can lead to the court declaring you as a bankrupt. However, being bankrupt seems innocuous particularly to those in their twentieths and thirtieths.
When compared to other countries, Malaysia is often seen as somewhere with a low cost of living but for the locals who live here the cost of living continues to rise each year. Here we take a closer look at some of the key products and services which have increased and also provide some tips on how you can save.
In Malaysia today the demand for property remains strong even though property prices continue to increase. However, according to statistics from Bank Negara, it shows that applications for housing loans declined during the first eight months of 2015. Does this indicates that the Rakyat wants to buy a home but do not having enough money? High property prices coupled with the increasing cost of living have increased the demand for affordable housing.
TPPA is a proposed trade agreement of 12 countries including the United States and Malaysia and was confirmed on 5 October 2015 after five years of negotiations. The TPPA has 29 chapters which include goods market access, textiles, apparel, intellectual property rights, government procurement, dispute settlement and exceptions, to name
With the recent Ringgit downfall, the cost of living has dramatically changed between Malaysia and Singapore due to the currency differences. Find out more before you consider taking a job in Singapore for the currency gain.