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Get financially fit in 2017 with these six easy tips

WITH 2017 just around the corner, now is the perfect time to set out the goals you want to achieve. While many people make promises to themselves to hit the gym in hopes of being more fit, many forget the importance of being financially fit as well.


Financial resolutions for 2017

2017 is almost upon us and many people will set financial goals for themselves in 2017.


Short position

A BERNAMA report noted this week that some 1,574,700 borrowers who failed to repay their National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans, totalling RM32.07bil, have been listed in the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS).


Four crucial topics on finances couples should talk about

In my previous column, I wrote about how to talk to your partner about your household finances. But what topics should you talk about to ensure you have a constructive dialogue?

Personal Finance

Better awareness among EPF members on benefits of stretching retirement savings

KUALA LUMPUR: The number of Employees Provident Fund (EPF) members who applied for lump-sum savings withdrawal on reaching the age of 55 fell year-on-year in the third quarter (Q3), indicating better awareness on the benefits of saving.


How couples can talk about money

MONEY issues are one of the leading reasons for divorce in Malaysia, and in fact, around the world. Sometimes, it seems people are more comfortable discussing sex, religion, death and politics than money.


Treasury Pulse

ODDS for Fed next hiking in December 2016 rose further to 67.6% compared to 65.9% last Friday on improving US macro data flows that were sufficiently upbeat to maintain expectations for a December Fed rate hike.


Budget 2017 expectations

What the budget can offer on the way towards a balanced status.


EPF withdrawals for education jump

KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) reported a 200% jump in overall total approved applications for Education Withdrawals in Q2, 2016 from a year ago.


Analysts say Govt’s contingent liabilities likely to rise

With government debt at RM630.5bil at the end of last year, the off-the-books debt that is guaranteed by the Government is worth 28% of the public sector’s total debt.