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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.

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.

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.

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.

4 ways to handle financial peer pressure

While positive peer pressure can encourage you to reach greater financial heights, negative peer pressure can leave a significant dent in your finances.

12 tips on how to make a tidy fortune from art

Investing in art is not for everyone but if you do choose to invest, learn all you can about it so the returns are lucrative.

Touching 40? Here are 13 reasons to review your finances

This checklist will get you back on track if you've let your finances fend for itself for too long.

Yes, ‘impossible’ dreams can be achieved

Here's a true MyPF story from a client about personal finance and how smart savings paves the way to financial success.

What Avengers: Endgame can teach you about life, business and finances

Being successful requires you to be proactive. Know your options. Build a strong team. Learn from your mistakes.

4 ways to make money selling other people’s things

Not only can you invest using other people’s money, you can also hustle by selling other people’s items. Legally of course… so find out how.

How to create an investment philosophy

Your investment philosophy is the pillar where you build upon your investment strategies.

Should your child have a credit card?

You can give your children a credit card as long as you stipulate the limits and exercise strict supervision at all times.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Things you should know before buying a used car

Carefully examine potential choices and check out a few before you drop the cash.

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.

Should you reinvest your dividends?

Reinvesting sounds like a good idea but there are pros and cons to consider too.

What happens if your business literally burns down?

Fire insurance covers damage or loss to a property because of fire and gives the policyholder the option to renew and review the policy after every year.

Wanted: Cryptocurrency lawyers

The fear of cryptocurrency hacks and thefts is real and you can protect yourself with a crypto lawyer’s services.

Should you invest now or later?

Investing early brings about a great many benefits due to ‘compounding power’.

Things are looking up for some financial markets

At the risk of being boring, the recommendation will always be to ride the natural ups and downs of the markets.