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RISING property prices has has brought about two mind-boggling questions posed by property investors: Should I sell my property now that prices have risen? Should I wait for prices to fall before I buy another real estate?
Imagine that you are retired. Butare you aware that you may retirefor as long as 30 years, especiallysince life expectancy keeps goingup? So before you retire, you areworking hard to earn as muchmoney as you can, but time isrunning out. What else can you doto build your financial stamina inorder to last the long haul?AMELIA HONG writes.
To be able to afford to retire young is a dream held by many as it is an indication of financial success. Early retirement usually does not mean ceasing from work but freedom from having to work due to financial needs. So where can we start?
Over the years, it has been proven on countless occasions that some level of uncertainty is good as profits can be made from markets that are fluctuating than the ones that are always too stable and trading sideways, writes Joyce Chuah.
MANY of us lament about the RM50 Government tax imposed on credit card holders and hence have as few credit cards as possible. The truth of the matter is this: different cards have different sets of benefits, writes KASH WONG.
We know that over time, only stocks would outperform fixed deposits. Perhaps if we look at facts, we will realise that maybe risk can be managed