The PRS was introduced as an additional retirement investment scheme over and above EPF to help Malaysians better prepare for retirement. But is it really the thing for you? Here's a quick guide to help you decide.
Are current accounts only for business? With so many benefits to offer, such as overdrafts, cheque books, and even the option to earn interest on your current account balance, maybe it's time to rethink your banking!
Investment-linked insurance has become a new staple in the industry. But should you jump on the bandwagon? If you've thought about an investment linked plan and wonder if it's the one for you; read this first!
Having a joint account is useful when paying collective bills but in the event of death or divorce - what happens to your money? Here is what you need to know to avoid getting locked out from your joint account
Have you suddenly found yourself out of a job, strapped for cash or making the decision to be a stay-at-home-parent? Here are some ways on how to earn money online in Malaysia for extra cash without a full-time job.
As many Malaysians bemoan the prices of property and the demand for affordable homes grow: we look to find out just how high the prices are and how much it will take for you to own your home. Can you afford a house?
Last week's article brought up how you could clear yourself from being "blacklisted". Wondering if you're on that list? Here we tell you how you could get your credit report in a few easy steps.
Ever wanted to buy something expensive but not fork out a huge chunk of cash instantly? An Easy Payment Plans lets you do just do that and can even save you some money in the process!
Did you break your budget again? These things happen from time to time but if you find yourself in a hock more often than not - it's time to get serious. Be a smart shopper with these 5 nifty tricks to keep from overspending.
What do you consider when looking for the right person to spend the rest of your life with? One of the most overlooked criteria is having financial compatibility. Here's how you can gauge that in just 5 steps.