The 10% Bumiputera discount for selected properties in Selangor will be standardised for all races.
Bank Negara urges the public to replace their old debit and credit cards to the new ones with PIN to avoid last minute rush.
PPR houses will see a raise in maximum household income from RM2,500 to RM3,000 – opening up the scheme to more Malaysians.
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.
Make sure you have the right home and contents insurance cover - and get your home insured against natural disasters!
50% of EPF members opted to reduce their EPF contribution from 11% to 8%.
Knight Frank report forecasts that the Malaysian real estate market will face tougher times amid weakening in the domestic economy and global uncertainties.
Five Malaysian firms have been included in Forbes Asia’s ‘Best Under A Billion’ list.