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Money

Financial advice and trends.

6 credit card blunders to avoid at all costs

Being aware of potential missteps will help you become a smarter credit card user.

Should you buy a car or house first?

You can buy both your first car and first property with some careful planning.

7 misconceptions about saving for retirement

Many Malaysians are insufficiently prepared for retirement. Read on to find out how you can fix this dangerous situation.

Why remote work benefits your business

Your organisation needs to consider remote work and a flexible work schedule to remain relevant.

6 wining ways to plan and host a great networking event

Some clever planning of goals, logistics and promotions will guarantee a successful networking event.

5 ways to vet employee referrals

Here's how to make sure the candidate you're interviewing is the best hire for the job.

Experts share sound business tips for startups

Being brave but wary can go a long way in making you a successful entrepreneur.

7 strategies to ‘FI/RE’ your way to financial independence

FI/RE is the acronym for Financially Independent, Retire Early. It's a very real possibility but only if you are up to the challenge.

4 steps to snap yourself into better financial shape

Managing stress levels and surrounding yourself with positive people can help you start saving for a more financially secure future.

Part 2: Should you settle all your debts?

To be rich and attain financial freedom faster, it may not be in your best interest to settle all your debt.

Designing an interview process that predicts performance

If done right, interviews should only comprise a small part of the candidate selection process.

4 things to do when your friend makes more money than...

Being honest about your financial situation can go a long way in preserving your friendship.

Part 1: Should you settle all your debts?

To be rich and attain financial freedom faster, it may not be in your best interest to settle all your debt.

6 weekend holidays in Asia for adventurers on a budget

Whether it's scuba diving in Thailand, trekking in Malaysia or skiing in South Korea, there are plenty of cheap destinations to escape to.

6 important measures to take when canceling a credit card

Paying off all your accumulated dues and redeeming all your reward points are just some things you must ensure before cutting your card.

5 forgivable job interview slips recruiters should ignore

It’s up to the recruiter to decide whether a mistake is due to anxiety or a sign that the candidate is a bad match for the organisation.

17 journalling tips to save you money

Tracking your monthly expenses is highly recommended to maximise your income.

Tony Robbins: 4 things to do with your pay raise or...

Tony Robbins is the world authority on leadership psychology and the No 1 Life and Business Strategist.

From daughter to entrepreneur, selling kacang putih is in her blood

Buvaneswary Jayabalan has been exposed to the kacang putih business since seven years old and is now a successful wholesaler with an export business.

4 ways to save on clothes while still staying fashionable

Organising your inventory of clothes, renting instead of buying and using a credit card with rewards are easy ways to save a bundle.

8 hacks for the cyber-obsessed shopper

If you do most of your shopping online, learn how to shop smart by saving a bundle through using promo codes and free shipping sites.

6 ways companies can write job descriptions that stand out

Ditching buzzwords, staying real and dropping the use of cliches can go a long way in painting the right picture of a job and attracting the right candidates.

What is birth control costing you?

If you’re sexually active, you need to practise birth control for various reasons.

Tony Robbins’ guide to raising financially responsible kids

Tony Robbins is the world authority on leadership psychology and the No 1 Life and Business Strategist.

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