Personal Financing Up To RM200,000 For FREE, REALLY??! With Bank Rakyat You Can

Good news for whom looking for personal financing as Bank Rakyat has recently launched its new Campaign for the Personal Financing-i. In this campaign, you will have the opportunity to win FREE Personal Financing up to RM200,000 along with other great prizes including Monthly Prizes of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Weekly Prizes of iPod…

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How To Win Prizes Worth Of RM3,000 In Realizing Dream Competition By Bank Rakyat

Term Deposit-i Account by Bank Rakyat is a low risk fixed term investment that helps you expand your savings. The deposit starts as low as RM500 and eligible to Malaysian above 18, Associations, Clubs and Societies, Companies, Cooperatives and Government. This account helps you manage your financial while profiting from your deposit placement. Tawarruq Concept…

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How Can You Live With RM2,000 of Salary Without Getting Into Debt?

We have received a very interesting email from our reader, Voon who plans his spending based on his current income. Voon kindly shares his strategy in surviving daily life with the rising cost of living. We would recommend reading his systematic way of spending money. Voon & His Ang Pow I’m 23 years old and…

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Social Trading – Is This the Answer?

Meta: Social trading can help traders boost their profitability by copying trades placed by some of the world’s best traders. Learn more about social trading. Social trading has transformed the binary options industry. Previously, binary options traders would interact with each other and exchange ideas on various online trading forums. With social trading today, traders…

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Growth In Government Debts – Can The Financial Institutions Be Bailed Out This Time?

Bank Negara Malaysia reported that the turmoil in the US financial system arising from the deteriorating quality of sub-prime assets began in mid-2007 and escalated into a major and severe global financial crisis in the second half of 2008, [Bank Negara, 2009]. In the other side of the world, KfW Bankengruppe made a boo-boo in…

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It Is His Life. Not Mine!!!

This morning, my boy woke up, crawled over to my bed and climbed up to me as I was still sleeping. As usual, he laid on my chest quietly for a while before I would lazily and reluctantly open my eyes. He greeted me with a big smile and I gave him a big kiss…

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How Well Do You Know Yourself???

I believe it was more than 15 years ago, when I came across a quote by Bruce Lee. He once said that all forms of knowledge are ultimately self-knowledge. It is only fairly recently that I, well into my forties, have begun to not only see but feel the significance of his quote and the…

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Financial Blindness? It Is time To Take Action

Today, we have a reader, Farouq who would like to share his story which he called ‘financial blindness’. He hopes he could do the impossible possible, turn back the clock and learn about financial management at early age and would have achieved financial freedom by now. But better late than never, although a lot tougher…

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Making it in ASEAN: The Story of Ser Shaw Hong

Met up with Assistant Professor Shawhong Ser at his office in Chulalongkorn University on 5 May 2015. It was one of the most interesting interviews I have had. We talked about Shawhong’s career and his love for teaching, the importance of arts and culture in our lives, the Malaysian-ness that we have taken for granted…

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A Poem For The Son – Dilemma of A Father

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