Growing fears of economic and political uncertainty could be behind why an escalating number of Malaysians abroad are opting to cash out on their EPF funds.
The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is looking to offer members a choice to participate in Shariah-compliant stocks.
The revised 2016 budget introduced various measures to help more Malaysians own their first home.
Under Budget 2016 revision, Malaysians now have the options of lowering their EPF contributions by 3% or maintaining it at 11%.
How will the Malaysia Budget 2016 revision affect you? Find out what the changes and key highlights are!
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will announce the recalibrated 2016 budget to reflect the current economic climate. What does this mean for us?
Yee sang is the one dish that rules all of CNY platters. Here’s where to find the 8 best yee sang spreads for under RM150 in the Klang Valley.
Malaysians will need to be prepared for more costly medicines in the near future due to the weak Ringgit.
We take on 6 popular myths about MRTA and MLTA and set them straight!
If you’re one of those who’s been waiting for the residential property bubble to burst, 2016 could be the year that it FINALLY happens!