It is relatively easy to buy a car in Malaysia compared to other countries due to its low entry requirement. Is this for the better or worse?
Personal finance is not a game but there are financial lessons to be learned from the game of Monopoly.
Given up on New Year’s resolutions? Here are 10 financial resolutions you should make this year so you won’t leave your dreams to chance.
Not all debts are created equal – there is “good debt” and there is “bad debt”. But what happens when good debts turn bad?
In 2012, financial guru Robert Kiyosaki demonstrates how the rich protect their assets when he filed for bankruptcy protection in a move to safeguard his personal wealth. Here’s how it’s done.
Under PTPTN’s new requirements, student loan rates have been slashed, and maximum rates are now determined by your monthly household income. Read on the find out the comparison between the previous and current PTPTN loan mechanism.
After rising to fame, these celebrities all crashed and burned, and have declared bankruptcy or gone broke. Find out why and learn a thing or two from them!
While some expenses are necessary for the festive season, sometimes we tend to get caught up with all the festive marketing which is very detrimental to our wallets.
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.
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?