How are young Malaysians doing financially? The latest millennial survey reveals crushing debts and bleak retirement ahead for the Gen Y-ers!
Retirement planning is more than just saving and investing. There are other financial decisions you need to make to ensure your retirement will be as worry-free as possible.
Debts getting your down? It's time to take these extreme actions to eliminate debts in your life!
PTPTN warns default borrowers to settle their outstanding loans or face strict legal action.
Terrible money habits can no doubt lead you to financial disaster. Here are some of Malaysians’ worst money habits. Which one are you guilty of?
Findings from a report by Khazanah Research Institute found Malaysians to have high debts and not saving enough for retirement.
The Ministry Of Health to introduce non-profit health financial scheme to address issues related to limited coverage for out-of-pocket funds and private health insurance.
More graduates are going into bankruptcy with their extravagant lifestyles, according to the Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency.
Sekiranya anda tidak dapat menjelaskan hutang anda, kadar faedah yang dikenakan boleh mencecah puluhan ribu ringgit. Di sini ada beberapa langkah yang anda boleh ambil untuk langsaikan hutang dengan berkesan dan cepat.
Currently, Malaysia’s household debt stands at RM1.03 trillion, which is 89.1% of Malaysia’s gross domestic product (GDP).