Raya has come and gone and for many people, so has their paycheck. Did you get caught up in overspending this Raya? We've got some tips that might help you out.
Giving out Duit Raya during the Aidilfitri celebrations is an honoured tradition within the Malaysian Muslim community. But perhaps you were considering more ingenious ways to giving to those you love. We have some ideas!
The unthinkable has happened: you've lost your ATM card and with it all access to your hard-earned cash. What should you do?
Are you looking for more ways to save everyday? Previously, we looked at cycling as an option to lower commuting costs. But what about motorcycles as a less drastic option?
Despite petrol prices dropping by 10 sen this month; the reduction does little to alleviate the suffering of our wallets in a time of price hikes and bad exchange rates. Is the only option left to pick up our bicycles?
Planning on a fun road trip home this Raya? We've got the ultimate essentials list that is sure to save you money and leave you with #lebihringgit this Raya.
Credit histories - most of us have one - but what does it mean for your personal finances if you have no credit history at all? Is that any worse, or better, than having a bad credit history?
The holy month of Ramadhan is underway and you may be looking to undertake more giving as well as earning to celebrate Hari Raya. We offer some suggestions to aid either end.
Much has been said about the benefits of practising the minimalist lifestyle. But to us, we're concerned with mainly one question: can minimalism help save you money?
Are you on the hunt for a job after university and still find yourself struggling? Unemployment amongst graduates is a real problem but here are some ideas to help you pass the time as best you can.