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Have you been noticing the prices of essential items such as food and fuel increasing? Rising inflation, an increase in the prices of goods and services, is affecting Malaysia today. The threat is expected to lower purchasing power for most Malaysians. During uncertain economic times not only in Malaysia but also the world, it’s important to know how to protect ourselves against inflation. Here are 3 effective ways to do so.
Revise your budget
Here are three things you need to look out for in your budget during high inflation:
a) Try prioritising paying off debt. It
Being a young adult is a time to be independent, and that also entails financial independence. When young, you may have studied personal finance in school and your experience may be limited. But in the real world, things can get complicated. What we learn may not necessarily translate easily to reality. Here are 8 effective and practical finance tips for young adults.
Apply for a credit card
Apply once you have income. It can help you build a good credit score early and gain rewards. A healthy credit score is important because it can improve your chances with loan
We’ve all heard the conventional wisdom, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail”. In finance, your effort in planning will outweigh the problems that arise when failing to plan. Let’s take a look at 5 things you can do (even right now!) for a “greener” future.
Invest now because compound interest is the financial snowball that will make your life easier in the future. It is the interest on a deposit calculated based on both the initial principal and the accumulated interest from previous periods. Relatively safe and trusted investments include
Many people consider life insurance and retirement planning as two separate things. One is a financial cushion for your loved ones if the unthinkable happens to you. The other is a savings plan for your golden years.
But are you aware that life insurance can also be a source of savings for your retirement? Here’s how it works:
1. Maturity benefit
Certain types of life insurance provide a maturity benefit, which refers to a lump sum that's paid to you by your insurance provider upon the end of your policy's term.
So if your life policy covers you for 20
Life insurance acts as a financial safety net for your loved ones in case you are no longer around. But are you aware that it can also help you grow and protect your money, by serving as an additional source of income?
Here’s more on what you may not know about this particular life insurance benefit:
1. Investment-linked insurance can help you earn via investment funds
An investment-linked insurance plan (ILP) is another type of life insurance. It is similar to whole life insurance but includes an investment component where part of your premiums