You can legally borrow money from both of them but besides that, are they really the same thing? And which one is better to borrow from?
Just because you're earning more money doesn't mean your old money problems will go away, and this is why...
One of the ways you can use your EPF is to pay off your student debt or PTPTN. But is this a good idea to do? Let's find out!
How are you supposed to take care of your debt if you don’t even remember taking it on? Here are some common ones you may have forgotten.
If you intended on applying for a loan, here is a tip that could help you boost your credit score and possibly chance of approval.
We all have secrets don't we? Somehow money topics do pop up amongst friends and most of them are not easy to discuss. We've outlined the most common ones and tips to solving them.
Did you recently get your loan or credit card application turned down? It may be because you are considered a risky customer. Here are five possible reasons that may lead to a bank tagging you as a risk.
Have a mountain of credit card debt that you’re dying to flatten out? Some of us resort to personal loans to get rid of the mountain debt. But is this the right move, financially?
The credit score should be a concern for anyone who wants to borrow money from a financial institution. At the end of the day, this score becomes the deciding factor on whether your loans gets approved or rejected.
As Malaysians wait with bated breath to see what other damage the Budget 2014 will inflict on their already tight spending, it appears Singapore isn't safe from the debt crunch either.
When taking out a personal loan, longer tenures may make your repayment amounts lower but beware: you could end up paying almost half the borrowed amount in interest.
A quick look at the new guidelines released by Bank Negara regarding home loans, personal loans and pre-approved financing.
Education and Research Association for Consumers, Malaysia (ERA)'s My First Ringgit program, is part of their on-going Stretching Your Ringgit series, a financial education initiative aimed at kindergarten children between the ages of 4 and 6 years.
Sometimes even after careful planning and meticulous preparation, disaster strikes. A sick family member, a sudden job loss or a car breakdown; they can happen when you least expect it. As a result, you miss a credit card payment, or two.
We used to go everywhere together, my friend and I; movies, shopping, dining and even holidays. I loved being around her; she made me feel complete. When I was short on cash, she offered help. Then she betrayed me - who is she? My credit card