Kanye wasn’t wrong when he demanded “We want prenup!”. Signing a prenuptial agreement before marriage might seem unromantic and distrustful. However, signing one does not only help guard your individual finances if something were to go wrong with your marriage, but it is also a part smart financial planning for your future as a couple.
No matter how much two people love each other, money is one thing that can tear them apart. By asking these financial questions before tying the knot, you can pave the way for a smoother marriage.
At your wits end with your flip flopping spending habits and out of control finances? It’s time to give your money a reboot with a financial detox!
Are your debts weighing down your shoulders? Here’s how you can reduce RM10,000 in debt over two years using these simple concepts.
Each day, 60 people aged between 35 and 44 years are declared bankrupt in Malaysia, making up 34% of the total number of bankrupts, said the Prime Minister’s Department. So, what can you do to navigate through your seemingly insurmountable debts to avoid the bankruptcy trap?
With the higher cost of living, Gen Ys are finding it hard to save. A survey found more than half of Gen Ys do not actively save their salaries every month. Can they change their ways and start saving? The big question is HOW?
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