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Financial advice and trends.

Be aware of your overspending triggers

You need to control your personal overspending triggers to save money.

Adjust your interviewing process for better hires

How recruiters can adjust their approach to interviewing candidates for better hires.

Part 1: Beware these scams in Malaysia

Scams in Malaysia are exceptionally common and it takes just one slip to fall for it.

What Malaysians must know about EPF nominations

When you make a nomination, you are appointing an individual or institution to receive and oversee your EPF savings in the event of your demise.

How and where to invest in ETFs in Malaysia

Exchange-traded funds are baskets of investments that resemble mutual funds, but trade on an exchange like a stock. They also tend to have low fees.

Should parents pay for their children’s higher education?

Deciding to pay for your children’s college education depends on your financial health, how many children you have and what their career plans are.

How guys can support the women in their lives

Here are four things guys can do for the women in their lives.

12 reasons why a good finance adviser is a must

You will not experience irreversible financial loss if you follow these tips.

7 practical steps to plan for your retirement

Successful retirement plans are not too complicated, and are works in progress that must be reviewed at least annually or every six months.

Why you should not retire early

If you are able to work productively, you can delay digging into your precious retirement funds

Rethink your millennial hiring process

You need to adjust your recruitment process to appeal to millennials.

How to go from single mum to super mum

Single mums, you have the power to give your children a bright future. Here’s how.

3 reasons why you should switch from prepaid to postpaid

Saving money on your mobile phone usage is easier than you think. Read on to find out how.

Pre-employment assessment, skill testing or interview?

Pre-employment assessment, skill testing and interview are part of the job application process.

7 lessons on how to save wisely

Saving money is a marathon not a sprint. Planning and support is necessary to run a good race. And the true competition is with yourself, not others.

Make good use of unemployment

Follow these steps to make the most of your time during a phase of unemployment.

How group insurance differs from personal insurance

The best would be to ensure that you have personal and group coverage in a world where even large companies can fall swiftly.

Create a winning job description

Writing a good job description attracts the best candidates. Here’s how to prepare it.

Telemarketer sales tactics you should know

Do also read the tips to help you resist telemarketers so you don't have to keep parting with your money.

How does declaring bankruptcy affect you?

Before filing for bankruptcy, make sure you look at all the options available.

Prepping for a 1-way video interview

The one-way interview is part of a larger job application process. Here’s how to prepare for it.

No savings? Here’s how to still fund your child’s higher education

Scholarships, grants, bursaries and study loans are just some of the options available.

Take charge of your finances after a divorce

A successful divorce marks the end of a marital union, and the beginning of a new life.

Hire for soft or hard skills?

There’s a place for both hard skills and soft skills in the workplace. Find the right combination for success.