Bank Negara urges the public to replace their old debit and credit cards to the new ones with PIN to avoid last minute rush.
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PPR houses will see a raise in maximum household income from RM2,500 to RM3,000 – opening up the scheme to more Malaysians.
Malaysia may not be on track to becoming a high-income nation by 2020, as the target fails to take into the account the realities at play in different parts of the country.
To represent one’s country at the Olympic Games, and to win a medal takes grit, tenacity and extreme hard work. For that, our national heroes who returned from Rio 2016 with the biggest medal haul in Malaysian history will be rewarded handsomely!
The Base Rate system has replaced the Base Lending Rate as the main reference rate for retail floating rate loans. Read on to find out how Base Rate works.
In today's competitive job market, it's no longer acceptable to rest on our laurels. A Master's degree may be what you need to boost your income!
Gold is coveted by everyone, not just by Olympic athletes. It’s really not surprising with the direction that gold is moving this year.
Do we really need another card added to our already cramped wallets? If you’re loyal to a particular hypermarket and want to save money, then yes!
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are urged to raise funds via private investments, instead of relying on Government loans.
The Government will be implementing two additional measures to help improve the quality of life for the urban poor.