Many Malaysians are insufficiently prepared for retirement. Read on to find out how you can fix this dangerous situation.
Savings alone used to be enough, but this is no longer so today. It’s all about staying ahead of inflation.
The survey by RinggitPlus also reveals that 53% of its 8,000 respondents are not able to survive more than 3 months with their savings.
But they are quite disciplined and follow monthly budgets.
Here are some calculations to help you manage your money better.
You should consider practising a zero waste lifestyle to save money.
Here's a true MyPF story from a client about personal finance and how smart savings paves the way to financial success.
The government needs to increase the minimum wage and revise the EPF retirement plan.
Only RM2.41million of a RM1 billion fund used since 2003, greater promotion efforts to be carried out.
The crackdown on Ghana’s banking system leaves Ghanaians unable to access their savings.
Saving money on your monthly groceries is easy. Read on to find out how.
You need to control your personal overspending triggers to save money.
If you are able to work productively, you can delay digging into your precious retirement funds
Unlike our generation, our predecessors could afford to give to all and sundry, without jeopardising the roof over their heads, during the post-festive season.
Malaysians have to be better prepared for retirement as we are living longer lives now.
It's important to understand if you're working past retirement because you need the money or because you want to keep yourself active and busy.
From cutting your spending to getting out of debt and saving for emergencies, these goals will result in improved finances and greater peace of mind.
Those who can somehow save and use their savings to invest to earn higher returns will likely be better off in the future.
It's time to take a look at your financial habits and make the necessary changes in order to be able to save and invest for a better future.
The German luxury carmaker is responding by stepping up a savings program with plans to cull models, reduce development times by as much as one third and hold the workforce steady this year.
Deposits doubled to RM790 million in the National Education Savings Scheme (SSPN) in the second half of last year.
Apart from investing your money, being financially successful starts with doing the smaller things - read on to find out what these are.
With backwards budgeting, you prioritise saving before expenses, allowing you to adjust your spending rather than your savings.
Marathons can’t be run without training, and houses can’t be bought without savings. But if you follow the course, you'll have a bank balance to be proud of.