Anybody with assets and loved ones ought to have a Will. But why are there still many Malaysian who do not have their Wills written? According to the Star Online,
Whether you already own a business or are deciding to do so, everyone requires a secure financial plan that will act as its backbone. Before delving deep into the details
Planning to buy or sell a home? You’re just going to make one of the most important and biggest financial transactions of your life and you definitely do not want
Why do you need a will? What if you die without one? Is it going to be a mess. This article shows you the important benefits of having a will written, and also provide you a simple easy guide to draft your own will.
What happen to the asset of a Muslim when he/she passed away? Is it simply distributed, smoothly, according to Faraid Law? It is in fact not that simple at all. Mr. Mohd
What is Wasiat? Puan Jasmin Jamaluddin (General Manager as-Salihin Trustee Bhd) explained about the Wasiat or Islamic Will in this video: Wasiat is a declaration of a person made during his lifetime
Family Businesses are very complicated and they are a few key concerns among them when passing on their wealth to the next generation or generations to come. One key concern
Before 2010, there were some restrictions in using Labuan foundations as wealth planning jurisdiction. Today, those restrictions have been removed. Malaysian can set up Labuan Foundations and Malaysian assets can