How to Get the Most Out of Your Christmas Shopping this year with a Maybank 2 American Express Credit Card?

Phew! Time flies. We are just a month away from celebrating Christmas. It’s a season where we embrace the spirit of gifting and generosity. Perhaps, you intend to: Express love to your loved ones with Christmas presents Host an awesome Christmas party! Set the Christmas mood with Christmas decorations Have a Christmas get-away! Or simply,…

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How e-remit Helped My Maid to Pay for Her Mom’s Medical Bill

Last wednesday evening, I came home from work and found Yati, my domestic helper sobbing in the kitchen. ‘Yati, what’s wrong?’, I asked. She replied, ‘Sir, I just called home. My sister told me that my mom is ill. She needs to be hospitalized.’ She then continued, ‘I need to send money back to Indonesia…

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Urgent Decisions To Make To Survive 2016 Financial Challenges

Many of us are anxious with incoming of 2016 due to many expected hurdles that we need to face. With the rising cost of living, additional cost in taxes and tolls, subsidy reform and other circumstances that could hurt our financial status, many have been asking what are the best things to do to protect…

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No pain and lots to gain: The 4 painless ways to save money

Once a friend told me about his biggest fear. That fear used to be checking his bank balance, because once he did, instant depression! He just could not deal with the fact that he won’t be able to afford to treat himself an oversea trip. The reason is because he couldn’t control his spending. It…

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Four Everyday Words that Show You are Financially Savvy

In the world of finance, inevitably, you got to deal with a lot of industry jargon. Stocks, forex, bullish, bearish, FDs, and unit trust are all terms that will make you look foolish if you use them incorrectly. But being financially keen doesn’t always require fancy words. I have compiled a list of the top…

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Zero-Based Budgeting: How To Plan Your Way out And Live Comfortably

Debt is a universal dilemma that everyone has dealt with at some point in their lives. Everyone, from households to large enterprises, has faced it, but what we fail to realize is that sometimes no matter the size of the debt, the solution is simple. Can households use the methods that corporate giants use to…

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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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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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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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What You Need To Teach Your Children To Hinder Bankruptcy at Young Age

KC See, serial entrepreneur, author and international trainer and co-founder of Young Money Master, shared bad money habits that affect the younger generation nowadays. Most parents are concerned because their children are spending beyond their means on things that are not necessary in their day to day lives. They never stop asking for the latest…

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