Why Koon Yew Yin Should Be in The 2015 Prestige Power 300?

In today’s article, I would like to mention our guest contributor, Mr Koon Yew Yin in his recent feature in The 2015 Prestige Power 300. The purpose of writing this is to encourage people to do charity and also to “satisfy his ego”. Mr Koon Yew Yin reckons that ego can be a very powerful…

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How To Stay Financially Healthy Amidst The Inflation Epidemic

We hear about it everywhere we go, everytime we tune into the news or pick up a newspaper. Epidemics and how dangerous they are. Ebola, H1N1, SARS, JE, dengue, malaria, the list is endless. In every corner of the globe, staying healthy amidst the health risks has become the primary focus of governments, regulatory authorities…

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This is the BEST online course that I have ever come across

This is an interview with Sayeed, one of the Top 10 Charter Members of Money Automation System course.

KCLau: Why did you sign up as a Charter Member of MA$ course?

Ever since my marriage of 14 years, the No.1 concern for both my wife and I was the financial security. We have worked and planned many various methods to increase our income and control our spending. We read as many books as possible that we get hold off to educate ourselves on financial matters.

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Do You Define Yourself As Workaholic? Find Out If You Are

When the suffix “-holic” appears in a word, it usually means an addiction to something. We are familiar with the term “alcoholic”. But in recent times, all kinds of additional “holics” have made an appearance. We now have chocoholics, foodaholics and shopaholics! I guess we can describe these people as those who love chocolate, food…

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7 Simple Steps To A Financially Fitter You, And Care For Overall Health

Ok, so it’s the beginning of the year and you’ve got all your fitness resolutions mapped out. Home workouts, yoga, pilates, joining a gym, training for a marathon, jogging every evening after work – your resolutions may include one or more of these. Yes, physical fitness is really important. But is it the only important…

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European Quantitative Easing and Why it Matters

Quantitative Easing is a term you may have heard before but don’t quite understand what it is. Don’t worry, you aren’t the only one confused by this financial jargon. But you would be doing yourself a favour by taking time to understand what Quantitative Easing (QE) is and what the consequences of QE are. QE…

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How much Emergency Fund is Adequate?

Some of the aspects of personal finance are really exciting. For instance, investing – it’s a fascinating endeavor to put some money in the stock market, sit back and watch it grow up into a big amount over time. Or it could be buying a new house – the absolute thrill of transitioning from a…

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How to Increase Your Investment Return

In the previous issue of Money Compass, I wrote about the most practical way to meet your saving shortfalls is to increase your investment return rate. Increasing your annual investment return by a few percentage is a lot more effective than just increasing your saving rate and prolong the period or delaying your retirement. This…

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How To Choose The Right Stock For Beginner Investors

The Stock Market. 3 simple words. Amazing how just those 3 simple words can conjure up a multiplicity of images…to some, the words invoke a vision of wealth, and success. To others, they invoke a vision of mystery, fear and potentially devastating financial loss. Why the difference in perception? What causes some people to be…

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A quick Guide To Incorporating A Company In Malaysia

So, you have finally made the decision to start your own business! Congratulations! Some of you may have been working for many years for someone else and have now decided to start something of your own. Others, may be new entrepreneurs, starting up a business for the first time. Whichever applies, it is going to…

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