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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Do Not Waste Your Money, Tips To Avoid Paying Full Price For Goods and Services

Andreas Weiler, Head of Business Development at CompareHero, shared a few tips on how to pay less for services and goods in Malaysia: – make use of comparison website – make use of online discount site – get second hand items One thing that’s quite obvious but people fail to realize is we do not…

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10 Smart Energy Tips To Get Back At Electricity Tariff Hike (The Oprah has only 8)

Grumbles and complaints can be heard at every bus stop, LRT station, coffee shop, mamak stall and shopping mall as people talk to each other…”Everything going up!” “Wah, nowadays so expensive..”, “How to survive like this ah?” Yes, the recent slew of price hikes have hit Malaysian consumers hard. Widespread dissatisfaction has set in. The…

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Do you spend for to buy asset or liability?

People are complaining the cost of living getting higher nowadays. Inflation becomes a hot topic during lunch or dinner time among peoples. Can we avoid the cycle of inflation or can it be stopped? Sad to say, we need inflation to boost our economy. We either live in 1932 Great Depression or 1923 Weimar German…

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The Effects of Inflation on Loan Repayments

HOW INFLATION AFFECTS LOAN INSTALMENTS “5 Ringgit for a bowl of curry noodles? In my day, it was 50 sen!” Sounds familiar? No doubt you hear your parents and grandparents griping about today’s prices more often than not. The reason for these price differences is simple and straightforward: inflation. We won’t go into the mechanics…

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5 Foolproof Ways To Help You Stop Worrying and Start Funding For Your Retirement

Are you prepared for your retirement? Watch this video by Financial planner Linnet Lee shared about the five easy ways to fund retirement if you are a Malaysian. 1. EPF There are five foolproof ways to fund your retirement. The first way is fund our EPF, which we already doing because this is mandatory. However, the…

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How To Train Your Kids To Become Money Savvy

  In the early days, the focus was on education. Many of our grandparents and parents worked hard day and night to ensure their children could have a good education. Education in those days, was the ticket to wealth. Their dream was that armed with the right professional qualifications, their children would get good jobs…

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How to be Young but Financially Wiser than Your Older Peer

The saying goes, you’re only young once… so live your life to the fullest. Yes, it is certainly true that people are only young once. Youth seems to fly by so quickly and before we know it, we find ourselves beset by responsibilities, obligations, stress, worries and most undesirable of all..grey hairs! ? So yes,…

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5 Proven Money-saving Hacks That Work Everytime

So, what were your New Year’s Resolutions for 2014? As usual, I’m sure we all made the usual ones, such as, losing weight, giving up unhealthy eating habits, exercising more, etc…and these are great resolutions to make. However, we should also include in our list, a resolution to save more each month. Being able to…

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When the Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Frugal!

What comes to mind when we hear the word “frugal”? Being careful what you spend, adopting a sparing approach to spending, being thrifty, always being vigilant on expenses… yes, that mindset would describe most of us these days. When we open the newspapers or read the news online, we are bombarded by negative information. Price…

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