BigPay now lets you send Duit Raya the digital way, as the latest e-wallet to offer quick and seamless transfer of funds this Hari Raya.
Another option to the Grab known as cALLme Cab is now available in Penang, powered by taxi drivers in the island.
We provide weekly updates on every Friday at 5pm on the prices of RON95, RON97 and Diesel in Malaysia and a chart that shows the movement of fuel prices across a 6-week period. Bookmark this page now!
Balik Raya Mesti Gaya, kan? Carlist.my is giving away Dodomat car mats for lucky winners of its latest contest!
Maxis is offering quota upgrade for MaxisONE Share lines. Now each MaxisONE supplementary line will get 20GB per month.
The government will give out special assistance of RM450 to civil servants Grade 56 and below for Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Who has to pay zakat and how does it work? How do you pay zakat and how does the zakat income tax rebate work? Find out the answers to these questions below.
The RFID pilot programme will be extended due to problems detected in the system.
Based on the latest data, taxpayers now prefer the IRB’s e-filing system over manual filing.
UOB ONE and UOB YOLO cardmembers can earn up to 10% cashback every month for almost all Grab transactions.
It looks like Google’s digital payment system, Google Pay is coming to Malaysia for e-commerce transactions!
Want to sell off your old car, and be rewarded in the process? Join Carlist.my's #JomJual contest and win cash prizes!
Public Bank cardmembers can get RM5 cashback when they make Visa Contactless and Samsung Pay transactions!
Grab Offers Pek Senang Raya At Only RM2, Offers Discounts Worth RM600 On Rides, Food, Shopping, And Travel
Enjoy various discounts worth RM600 on your Grab app this Ramadan and Hari Raya with Pek Senang Raya.
Before you take the plunge, here are some important factors to consider before getting a petrol credit card for yourself.
You can now order your fried chicken at the new KFC self-ordering kiosks and pay for it using e-wallets such as Boost and TNG eWallet!
This Ramadan, RinggitPlus lists 13 "buka puasa" buffets spots in the Klang Valley under RM100 for you!
Prior to this, payments made to Grab were eligible for cashback and contributed towards the total number of transactions too.
Pay for your fuel or get delicious treats at over 800 Shell stations in Malaysia with your Boost e-wallet.
RinggitPlus CEO Hann Liew shares some insights into how the overnight policy rate change will affect the people's savings and loans.
With the coming revision to Maybank credit cards, is it still worth holding on to your cashback and premium Maybank cards?
After Barcelona’s spectacular defeat at the hands of Liverpool, how would it fare in their credit card forms?
Order from GrabFood regularly? A new plan called Deluxe GrabFood by Grab Malaysia will save you up to RM100!
Maybank Visa Infinite cardholders will have to spend more to have their annual fee waived and claim airmiles with TreatsPoints.
Maybank Revises Benefits For Maybank 2 Cards, FC Barcelona Visa Signature, & Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer American Express Cards
Effective 1 June 2019, the changes will likely affect how cardholders use these Maybank credit cards.
Deposit into your MBSB Current Account-i or Savings Account-i to stand a chance to win RM1 million in cash!
This year’s Harvest Festival and Hari Raya Aidilfitri will see the addition of late-night flights with fixed fares from AirAsia.
Starting 21 May 2019, Alliance Bank You:nique cardholders will receive less cashback for their spending.
From 1 October 2019, customers using cash and cheques to make card and loan payments at Ambank will be charged a transaction fee.
Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has partnered with Expedia, Grab, and Maxis to offer more benefits for students under its MHexplorer programme.
Forget the Infinity Gauntlet, wield the power of these superhero-themed cards around the world instead!
With more merchants accepting Boost e-wallet, Boost is making it more rewarding to use the e-wallet app to make payments this Raya season.
Powered by an internal credit scoring technology, GoodKredit can approve an application within 30 minutes.
With a new 12% weekend dining cashback with zero minimum spend, this card definitely would appeal to plenty of Malaysians.
A 1-day and 3-day pass for an unlimited ride of RapidKL’s LRT, MRT, Monorail and BRT services named MyCity Pass are now made available by Prasarana Malaysia Berhad.
Maxis has now added three new Maxis Fibre plans, with the addition of free Mesh WiFi units for the 500Mbps and 800 Mbps plans.
Every month, we update our list of products that you can get for free when you sign up for a credit card, personal loan, or insurance with us. Check out what's in store this month!
From 23 April to 24 May 2019, sign up for a new credit card or personal loan through The RinggitPlus Melodi Anugerah Aidilfitri Campaign, and get yourself some amazing gifts!
Trust us when we say you can do a lot with RM530 in your Boost App. Apply & spend with Citi credit cards to claim up to RM530 in your Boost App!
ASNB unit trust holders can now download myASNB, a newly-launched app by Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB).
How far would one go to fully make use of their cashback credit cards’ benefits? Here are some of the best we came across.
RHB aims to double its mobile banking app users to 1 million by the end of 2019 with its brand-new RHB Mobile Banking app.
If you’re a Liverpool FC fan, here’s a chance to potentially be a part of history.
From August 2019, Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur ( DBKL) will allow B40 singles to start applying for its "micro home" rental.
Get the best of both worlds and rent your future home until you’re ready to purchase it.
If you missed the pre-order promo for the Galaxy S10, here's a solid deal that takes up to RM400 off the S10 and S10+.
The fastest Unifi home broadband plan by TM is now going for a promotional price of RM199/month.
TM Extends Unifi Mobile "Jasa Pack" Promotion Until 30 June, Now Available For All Federal Government Staff
The Unifi Mobile "Jasa Pack" promotion is now made available for the civil servants in Federal Government Offices until 30 June.
The Health Ministry announced that PeKa B40 healthcare protection scheme for the low-income group is beginning today.
As more youths today prefer renting compared to buying a home, is there an alternative that offers the best of both worlds?
Public Bank has revised the benefits of its Visa Infinite credit card, increasing the overseas cashback perk.
The Dewan Rakyat passed the Bill to impose a departure tax on any person travelling out of the country via air travel.
RapidKL will no longer accept cash payment from passengers using its buses in Klang Valley, starting 15 April 2019.
Use your UOB YOLO credit card to purchase GSC movie tickets at a flat rate of just RM5 every Friday!
We’ve lined up the best credit cards offering cinema-related discounts and promotions in Malaysia so that you can save more on your next trip to the movies.
Starting Q3 this year, Malaysians can use their MyDebit-supported ATM cards to make payments in Singapore.
How do you file your income tax when you switched jobs in the previous year of assessment? We'll show you how!
Malaysia Airlines has revised its baggage allowance policy for Economy class on both international and domestic flights.
EZ-Link and Touch n’ Go has announced Combi Card, a dual-currency, cross-border payment card.
The Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme (SVDP) that offers a special 10% reduced penalty rate will be extended until 30 June 2019.
The Dewan Rakyat has passed a bill to implement a digital service tax beginning 1 January 2020, at an approved rate of 6%.
TM is offering a new Unifi Home 100Mbps package with all-access Unifi TV - despite discontinuing it earlier this year.
Customers may earn up to 4.0% p.a. with this newly-launched savings account called UOB Stash.
According to Opensignal, Maxis and Celcom trump other telcos as having the best 4G networks in Malaysia.
Are you an online shopaholic? Check out the best cashback credit cards in Malaysia for online transactions.
Nex.life finally released its unlimited home and mobile plan in the Klang Valley after being limited in Kelantan and Terengganu the start of 2019.
You can now use your Touch ‘n Go eWallet as a payment method to pay for apps, in-app purchases, and more.
Touted as smartphones that "rewrite the rules of photography", the new Huawei P30 series are available for pre-order immediately.
The Ministry of Finance recorded a total of 3.2 million applications for the BSH cash aid.
KTM has released the new KTM XTRA20 discount card to offer passengers 20% discount for all rides with the national railway company.
Malaysia is moving towards a cashless society and this move could potentially reduce corruption within the country.
Lazada Malaysia introduced a new delivery option for customers to choose a station and time to pick up their own packages.
Effective 1 October 2019, credit card and loan repayments made using cash and cheques at Maybank will be charged a fee.
Doing your taxes as a freelancer is not that hard to do, especially with this handy guide we’ve prepared for you!
Maybank is currently facing a severe service interruption, affecting most of its services including instant fund transfers and TAC.
WeChat Pay MY will be expanding its mobile payment solutions across Malaysia with new services and seamless payment transactions.
By the second quarter of this year, Malaysians will be able to use Boost in Singapore and Thailand.
Digi partnered with Gibraltar BSN to launch affordable digital insurance that covers dengue and Zika virus.
Apple Card is the tech giant’s attempt at revolutionising the financial space – just as how it did in consumer electronics.
From academic scholarships to needs-based scholarships, find out all you need to know about the different types of scholarships out there and what you need to qualify.
Finding the right university can be tough. Which course will you take? What is the best university or college for you to go to? Here are some websites that can help you make your decision.
Frequent shoppers at 1 Utama Shopping Centre can make use of the mall’s new 1Pay e-wallet.
UOB Malaysia has launched UOB GetBanker, a new mobile app to help property buyers and agents match with UOB’s mortgage bankers to make buying properties easier and quicker.
The Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (IRB) failed to pay out RM486.29mil in tax refunds last year because recipients did not update their personal data and bank account details.
Last year, the National Higher Education Fund Corporation ( PTPTN) amassed RM1.13 billion deposits in its National Education Savings Scheme (SSPN). It is the highest number ever recorded since its launch in 2004.
Digi has recently released the upgraded version of the MyDigi app which features great deals for as low as RM3.
Grab passengers will soon be charged a cancellation fee of up to RM5 for cancelling their booking or being late to the ride.
The Xiaomi Redmi 7 and Redmi Note 7 once again aim to redefine what "affordable smartphones" really mean.
The Selangor state government allocated RM5mil to offer health assistance under the Bantuan Sihat Selangor scheme for the B40 group.
The new Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 offer great hardware options are surprisingly affordable prices.
The Galaxy M20 is the first Samsung smartphone to be an online-exclusive device, in partnership with Shopee.
A new economic policy for the Malays will be drawn to be based on the concept of shared prosperity.
ShopBack organizes the largest Online Travel Fair supported by Tourism Malaysia to reward travellers with bonuses and cashback.
Are travel allowances, medical allowances, and other benefits taxable in Malaysia? Find out what to include in your income declaration when filing taxes in 2019.
Effective immediately, all EPF kiosks nationwide will only print a summary of members' EPF accounts.
Samsung Pay will be rewarding its loyal customers with reward points in conjunction to its second anniversary celebrations.
Nokia is offering a wide range of its smartphones at big discounts, as part of its Nokia Smartphone Grand Sale.
For those who have yet to file and would like yet another tip on how to cut down on the chargeable income, this could help.
Here are some tax reliefs you can claim when filing your income tax for YA 2018. Whether you’re single, married, or have children, there are tax reliefs to help maximise your tax refund.
The EPF and University of Malaya collaborated to create a comprehensive estimated guide to achieve an acceptable standard of living in Malaysia.
Maybank announced the discontinuation of its Maybank Islamic Ikhwan American Express Gold Card-i by the end of March.
Income Tax Malaysia 2017 vs 2018 For Individuals: What’s The Difference In Tax Rate And Tax Reliefs?
Are there any differences between the income tax rate and tax relief for individuals in Malaysia for 2017 and 2018?
Celcom will be providing TM’s subsidiary, Webe Digital, with the 4G Multi-Operator Core Network to improve Unifi Mobile’s 4G coverage.
Razer Inc. just launched its first Malaysian headquarter at Kampung Kerinchi and revealed plans for RazerPay in Malaysia.
As part of a pilot programme, Putrajaya offers civil servants in selected departments flexible working hours.
The national health insurance scheme for B40 households is open for registration and claims starting 1 March.
Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng announced that the RON95 petrol price will be capped at RM2.08 instead of the previous RM2.20.
The government will be looking into setting a more realistic minimum wage according to the different sectors of work.
RM100 financial aid will be disbursed to Malaysian students in institutions of higher learning at the end of March.
Maxis just revised its data split to increase data usage for weekdays data to 20GB in the MaxisONE Plan 98.
The government is in discussions with Gamuda Bhd to abolish tolls for four main highways and introduce a new charging system.
ASEAN’s first mobile-only bank targeting millennials, TMRW rolled out in Thailand.
Whether you’ve been investing for years or still a novice, here are a few things you should keep in mind to make sure you’re investing intelligently.
From 1 April, Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) is set to slash 20% of the KTM Komuter fares effective for one year.
Catered to affluent travelers, the UOB Visa Infinite Metal offers a host of privileges, including unlimited access to airport lounges around the world.
Targeting affluent cardholders, the first-ever mobile concierge app in Malaysia allows cardholders to access concierge services on their phones.
The Finance Ministry will be allocating RM300mil for BSH to about three million unmarried individuals with RM100 each.
Hours after its global announcement, Samsung Malaysia has officially announced the retail prices of its new Galaxy S10 smartphone series.
Running an online store comes with its own number of obstacles – but what if those obstacles were removed?
Grab's on-demand delivery service is now available in the Klang Valley following its beta testing phase in selected areas last year.
The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affair Ministry is in the final phase of finalising eligible recipients for the targeted petrol subsidy programme.
At 6.15% and 5.9% for Syariah savings, the EPF dividend rates for 2018 have "surpassed expectations".
You can now use the Touch 'n Go eWallet's TNG Card feature at LKSA and SMART Tunnel, following its pilot phase at DUKE.
Ever wonder how much people are spending on Valentine’s Day? Mastercard Love Index’s annual study reveals all the sentimental spending rates.
When it comes to building your wealth, a monthly investment strategy is more reliable than keeping your money in a savings account or trying to time the markets.
A new telco plan is offering unlimited data for home and mobile for just RM110 a month, but is currently only limited to two states in Malaysia.
PayPal Malaysia will be shutting down its Operations Centre by the end of 2019, but Malaysian customers will be able to continue using PayPal’s products and services as before.
The public can now enjoy a more convenient way of settling Petaling Jaya City Council-related bills during off-peak hours and days.
If you've been waiting for a good deal to grab the new iPhone XS Max, these deals should catch your eye.
Tired of receiving gifts that are not practical for you to use? Here’s a list of gifts that you and your partner can enjoy together.
Malaysians who have undisclosed income kept in a bank account overseas should make use of the Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme and declare it now.
Sensible car drivers may be rewarded with incentives or discounts in an effort to reduce the amount of road accidents.
Feeling the pressure to give your significant other a customary gift of flowers this Valentine’s Day 2019? Get an affordable bouquet for your loved one from one of these online florists in Malaysia.
Credit card debt is a sticky business. The interest rates are high and the costs get worse if you don’t settle them soon! Find out why a credit card balance transfer might be the answer to paying off your debts more quickly.
Letters and emails have been sent out to ensure those earning RM4,000 and above declare their income and register as taxpayers under the Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme.
As tempting as it sounds, try not to spend all your ang pow money away this Chinese New Year. Here are some ways you can make use of your ang pow responsibly instead.
According to feng shui practitioners and horoscope masters, what does 2019 have in store for your zodiac sign?
Just like everything else in newly-adult life, celebrating Chinese New Year as a financially independent working adult is slightly different than before.
From 1 January, 66,600 households registered under e-Kasih have received their monthly electricity bill rebate of RM40, but as many as 142,200 households have yet to register with utility companies.
Malaysia is another step closer to a cashless society with Rapid’s effort in going fully cashless from February onwards.
If your fuel of choice is from BHPetrol, read on to see how you can get 10% cashback every month with this credit card.
For the first time ever, Maybank made it into a prestigious list of the top 500 brands around the world.
TM is offering its customers same day installation when they register for a Unifi or pre-Unifi home plan.
Tun Dr Mahathir has launched MySalam, which is a national insurance protection scheme catered to aid the lower-income group.
Police officers will be fining road users RM300 for comitting these six road offences during Op Selamat 14.
Let 2019 be the year when you actually know where your money is going each month with these financial management apps!
The Commercial Crime Investigation Department is requesting everyone to be careful of scammers asking for your TAC to authorise online transactions.
Bank Simpanan Nasional’s services faced a three-day major shutdown, including ATM, MyBSN, and in-branch services.
It was recently announced that Malaysians can now log on to Bantuan Sara Hidup’s (BSH) web portal to check on their eligibility to get BSH payment.
Clear out your closet and give your unwanted clothes away to H&M to receive 15% off one item of clothing in-store.
More people are saving with Private Retirement Schemes according to last year’s statistics compared to the previous years.
Very soon, SMS TAC will be replaced with Maybank Secure2u as the only payment authentication method for transactions on Maybank2u.
OCBC customers can now pre-book angpow notes with OCBC’s online booking system to pick up the notes right before Chinese New Year.
Don't let any one of these five myths stop you from owning a credit card! Learn to tell fact from fiction and reap the benefits of having your own credit card.
Shopee launched a Kongsi Fa Cai campaign to reward its users from 88% cashback daily to selling product prices as low as RM0.80.
One of the most popular new year resolutions is to travel and see the world. Here's a couple of tips on how to save when you're travelling!
PayNet will be giving away prizes including a RM1mil house to reward customers who use DuitNow from 8 January to 31 May.
What are the three most common critical illnesses in Malaysia and how much do they cost to treat?
Boost has partnered with Watsons to offer users a more convenient way of paying when you shop at Watsons.
For those who have high monthly expenses, the Hong Leong Wise offers an uncomplicated and rewarding cashback return.
Samsung Pay now supports HSBC credit cards in its mobile payment services that allows you to continue enjoying your credit card benefits while purchasing with the app.
Not reaching your full potential career-wise? Then go ahead and turn over a new leaf to improve your career prospects in 2019. We’ll show you how!
Not a fan of app downloads and sign-ups? There’s a way for you to watch movies and TV on your mobile phone without having to do either, and it’s absolutely free.
With everything we've learned in the past year, it's time to set a new list of money resolutions to help us be better financially in the coming 12 months!
From January 2019, Malaysians who lose or damage their travel documents will be fined from RM300 to RM1,200.
Having a child can be a massive financial burden. But how can insurance plans help reduce this?
Digi will be partnering with MPay and Mastercard on a new digital prepaid card that will be released first half of the year.
Many credit cards in Malaysia offer cashback for utility bill payments. But which card should you use to maximise your savings?
With the revised minimum spend in place, the Citi Cash Back Card has become a whole lot more rewarding.
You now only need to spend RM500 monthly on the Citi Cash Back Credit Card to enjoy 10% cashback.
There are a lot of things that need to be done in this new year, including renewing these important documents!
The Malaysian government has decided to exempt the Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) for affordable homes from 2019.
Maxis & Hotlink are offering passes for RM3 per EPL match with HD streaming quality on your mobile phone!
The UOB ONE Card’s weekday cashback rates for all categories except petrol will be reduced to 0.2% for the coming year.
A new e-government service, MyPay, aims to be a one-stop platform for Malaysians to check information and make payments online.
Grab has introduced GrabClub, a monthly subscription plan for Grab services that allows users to save up to 55%!
Google has finally listed Malaysia as one of the countries available to purchase its Google Play Gift Cards.
Planning to take a long holiday in 2019? Make the most of your annual leave next year by scheduling them around these public holidays and long weekends in Malaysia 2019!
The Malaysian government will be upgrading Streamyx subscriptions to Unifi by March 2019, for free!
Public Bank announces the new Red Carpet Bank Exclusives and two RCB MasterCard Premier Debit Cards at a recent launching ceremony.
Touch ‘n Go e-wallet has partnered with two distinctive malls in the Klang Valley and they are offering great promotions for the holiday season!
If you are a CIMB Clicks user, you should change your passwords immediately. Here's the Why and the How.
Make the most of your credit card rewards points and claim free flights with the best air miles credit cards in Malaysia!
TM has introduced a new range of postpaid plans under the Unifi Mobile Value Plan that starts from RM19 a month.
AEON is testing a new self-checkout feature for its stores in Malaysia, taking advantage of the AEON Wallet app.
The Touch ‘n Go e-wallet app now allows customers to pay for tolls using its latest mobile wallet feature.
U Mobile introduces an all new postpaid plan that offers customers unlimited data and free roaming across 36 destinations worldwide.
The new Hotlink Postpaid Flex Plus plan is even offering a brand new smartphone from as low as RM1!
PTPTN's new salary deduction mechanism will automatically deduct up to 15% of a borrower's monthly salary.
Make the most out of Malaysia's leading financial comparison website and kickstart your journey into better financial management.
This is your last month to enrol in a private retirement scheme and receive a RM1,000 incentive from the government.
Typically, taking on a loan will add to your monthly expenses... but is there a way that applying for a loan can reduce your monthly payments instead? We say yes! Read on to find out how...
A price review is on the books for the Sime Darby Property group, especially for its unsold property units.
Airbnb has been in discussions with local authorities and ministries to implement foreigners to pay Tourism Tax during their stay in Malaysia.
PTPTN has announced that it will increase the salary threshold for the mandatory salary deduction for borrowers.
This one is for the foodies out there – save hundreds of ringgit in a year on your coffee, food, and drinks expenditure with this app full of buy-1-free-1 offers.
You can now pay for local taxis the digital way, using the TNG eWallet and pay for your fares without cash.
Investment? Retirement planning? Forget all that, here's why many Malaysians are spending their way into financial suicide.
This new cashback credit card by Standard Chartered is one for the Liverpool fans out there.
The RHB Cash Back Credit Card and RHB Rewards Credit Card are the latest credit cards in the market to come as a pair.
11.11 Singles Day 2018 in Malaysia was a record-breaking one. Check out some of the stats shared by the three biggest e-commerce platforms!
A survey revealed that three out of ten working adults had to borrow money to buy essential goods in the past six months.
Never fear, now that Auntie+ is here! Armed with decades of experience and a "superpower" in explaining difficult concepts, let's welcome the new RinggitPlus brand ambassador!
Netflix has announced a mobile-only streaming plan which only costs RM17 in Malaysia - half the price of a Basic subscription!
Malaysians will soon have new ways to pay at AEON outlets with the new AEON Member Plus Visa Card, and the new AEON e-Wallet.
AirAsia is offering free seats and five million flight tickets at promotional prices until 18 November 2018.
Surely there’s a better way to earn higher interest rates with our savings – at minimal effort on our end?
Setel is a new e-wallet mobile app that you can use to pay for your pump at Petronas petrol stations – and it allows you to earn Mesra points too.
Public Bank & Revenue Group Launches All-In-One Digital Payment Terminal That Accepts Card And QR-Based Payments
Public Bank Bhd and Revenue teamed up and launched an all-in-one digital payment terminal, designed to accept both card and QR-based payments.
After all the hype, 11/11 in Malaysia turned into chaos thanks to a combination of huge traffic and payment gateway issues.
Sending your car to an official service centre can not only give you peace of mind, but also save you money in the long run.
Could buying a new property from a developer that’s ready to move in be an option that offers the best of both worlds?
Now that the Budget 2019 dust has settled, let’s take a look at what you can do to make the most of the new incentives.
In its effort to boost home ownership, the Government has announced some new measures for Budget 2019.
The new Malaysian government will continue the cash grant program from the previous administration as a means of assisting the B40 households.
The government has introduced a new duty on sugary drinks and ban smoking in all open restaurants in 2019.
Malaysians will have to pay a new departure levy when they are travelling abroad starting 1 June 2019.
In a bid to encourage public transport adoption, the government will introduce new passes for unlimited rides on the RapidKL raid and bus network.
Malaysia will implement a new service tax that will be levied on digital services provided by overseas companies beginning 2020.
The opposition party has unveiled a shadow budget which proposes the return of GST at 3%.
How do you maximise the benefits of a cashback credit card? Here are some basic and creative ways to do it!
AIA Malaysia's new medical insurance rider literally rewards you for just living a healthy lifestyle!
Let's take a look at the postpaid bundles for the new iPhones from Celcom, Digi, Maxis, and U Mobile.
A survey has found Malaysians are living precariously thanks to our inability to manage our finances responsibly.
Received an SMS about DuitNow recently? Here’s everything you need to know about the new instant funds transfer service.
Find out about scams that seek out the elderly and what you can to stop your parents from becoming victims to potential fraudsters!
Think that you're covered for life? Better think again! Here's 3 ways that you could screw yourself out of your life insurance policy.
Help us take part in the Malaysian Financial Literacy Survey!
A national study has found that low-income households have little disposable income and consume less food, as the absolute income gap in Malaysia widens.
The Apple Watch Series 4 will be available for pre-order in Malaysia from 19 October, including the Nike+ editions.
Apple has officially unveiled the retail prices of the new iPhone models for the Malaysian market - and they will not be affordable.
CIMB Bank became the first bank in Malaysia to accept QR payments from six major e-wallets.
This free-for-life card gives you 5% weekend cashback on groceries and petrol with no minimum spend requirement.
Malaysia Airlines has a travel programme for students travelling from Malaysia, Australia, and the UK.
Huawei's sub-brand, honor, recently launched its highly anticipated mid-range smartphone: honor 8X and the honor band 3.
Tun Dr Mahathir says that among other measures, new taxes may be introduced to pay off the government debt.
The fastest and most affordable way to get a fixed number and virtual receptionist solutions. Find out why Omni Hotline is the best thing you can get for your business.
Now that all Internet Service Providers have introduced their revamped fibre broadband plans, let's compare them to see which offers the best value.
Starting next year, the fee for the online driving license test will be reduced from RM27 to RM20.
TIME Unveils Country's First 1Gbps Broadband Plan; Offers Up To 5x Speed Upgrades For Existing Customers
TIME has finally unveiled its new broadband packages, which includes the country's first 1Gbps plan for just RM199.
The RHB World Mastercard credit card offers a high amount of cashback and great overseas benefits. Are you equipped to make the most of these perks?
In an effort to encourage mobile banking, Public Bank will soon charge its customers for performing certain transactions over-the-counter.
TNG Digital recently invited us to test out the TNG RFID toll payment system, using the TNG eWallet. Here's our experience using it.
According to a study by Bank Negara, civil servants spend 52% of their monthly salaries repaying debts, which is 20% higher than the national average.
HMD Global has announced the arrival of two of its latest offerings: the Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 5.1 Plus for the Malaysian market.
Many know the devastating effects of cancer, but few talk about just how expensive cancer treatment costs can be.
Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said the Cabinet will be studying a proposal from the Ministry of Transportation regarding unlimited passes for public transportation rides.
As your business grows into a full-fledged SME, you might have to start thinking about opening a business account specifically for it.
With its travel and cashback benefits, the RHB Visa Signature offers as much as RM190 in cashback every month. But should you apply for it?
Digi has launched its popular rewards programme, MyDigi Rewards, with tons of deals and new features. Read on to find out more.
There are dozens of credit cards that offer differing levels of access to airport lounges, either in Malaysia or all over the world. We help you narrow down the best picks.
Do these gangsters sound suspiciously like some of the people you work with? We will leave it to you to answer that question.
Singapore has launched a unified payment QR code called SGQR, as a move to address the fragmentation in e-wallet services in the country.
Celcom is giving away 100,000 free phones for customers who sign up for selected mobile plans, as part of its new promotion.
Got RM6 to spend? Here's some things you could buy that are worth your money, as well as a few items that are pretty odd.
Xiaomi has launched two of their latest products in Malaysia and customers can purchase them starting next Thursday.
As your SME business grows, it's tempting to consider expanding to an office space. Here are some things to consider before you make the jump.
Discount-hunting shoppers broke records on the online platform during its Super Shopping Day promotion.
The Government has announced that a new target petrol subsidy will be introduced early next year.
Despite being marketed for the millennial, this card is exceptionally useful for anyone who knows how to make the most of this card's benefits.
Apple has updated its official website to reveal revised prices for its entire lineup of previous-generation iPhone and Apple Watch models.
Local cosmetics entrepreneur Datuk Seri Vida’s cryptocurrency LaVida Coin has attracted the attention of the Securities Commission and Bank Negara.
Now, you can lodge an SST related complaint to the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNKK) through a more user-friendly channel: WhatsApp.
Want to know if a premium cinema ticket is worth that extra cash? We visited the cinemas of GSC, TGV, mmCineplexes, and MBO to review each premium cinema experience.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad is running a pilot project in Melaka to test the viability of becoming a national broadband service provider.
The Standard Chartered JustONE Platinum Mastercard is a credit card that will divide opinion. Let's take a closer look to see if this card is worth getting.
Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said the Government is considering SST tax exemption for online business.
TM has officially launched the new Unifi Pro Plan, with download speeds that go up to 100Mbps.
Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has announced prepaid reload are exempted from the 6% SST and ordered all telcos to implement the exemption.
So, SST has kicked in but what does this mean for the prices at your regular store? Here’s what we found so far on any price changes or absorption of SST after 1 September.
Likely as a response to TM's recent offerings, Maxis has announced its affordable fibre broadband plans for its home and business customers.
Transport Ministry: Possible Incentives For Good Drivers; Almost 1,300 New AES Summonses Since 1 September
The Transport Ministry may offer discounts on car insurance for good drivers, and reiterated that there will no longer be discounts for issued summonses.
KTM Berhad will be discontinuing its token tickets for KTM Komuter in the near future, in favour of cashless transactions.
The government has announced a reduction of 10 sen per kg in the ceiling price for sugar – but is considering a soda tax to promote a healthier diet.
With 5x TreatsPoints and 5% weekend cashback, this is a must-have pair of credit cards.
EPF recently identified a viral message that claimed some EPF members are entitled to a monetary incentive.
TM has removed the income requirement for the Unifi Basic plan. Starting September 2018, all Malaysians can apply for this plan.
All telcos must reduce the prices of their broadband packages by the end of this month, or face strict action from the Government.
Samsung's first Android Go smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core, is now available in Malaysia.
Touch ’n Go Digital has added a new app feature, opened a new office, and launched a student internship programme.
There are a few ways in which you can renew your motor insurance and road tax – but we’re pretty sure we know which one is the simplest.
Hotlink and Tune Talk are offering 61GB of free data to their customers in conjunction with the nation's 61st Independence Day.
The public should do their part to help authorities take action against traders who raise prices unfairly following the introduction of SST.
Looking for some help in managing your finances? Here are some useful apps you can check out right now!
Transport Minister Anthony Loke has announced that all outstanding summonses issued under the Automated Enforcement System (AES) will be cleared.
The new PRUcancer X is a new critical illness insurance plan that addresses the financial impact of cancer.
Parliament was informed that over 64,000 Malaysians have been declared bankrupt over the past five years.
Samsung Malaysia raised RM115,000 for charity when it auctioned three special edition units of the new Galaxy Note 9 smartphone.
Toll collection will continue as usual as the government has decided to postpone the abolishment of tolls nationwide.
Buying a life insurance policy is a responsibility most Malaysians fail to accomplish. Here are the major reasons why.
With Maxis Zerolution360, you can lease a phone by paying monthly instalments for a period of two years, and it comes with protection and upgrade features too.
By the end of 2018, Astro customers will be able to watch football matches in Ultra HD. Read on to know more about the 4k Ultra HD service.
The prices of Proton vehicles are expected to increase once the Sales and Service Tax is implemented on 1 September.
Housewives in the target group will have their minimum RM5 monthly contribution to their EPF account matched with a RM40 monthly contribution by the government.
Samsung has unleashed its most powerful phone to date in the Galaxy Note 9, and interestingly, Malaysians can already start to pre-order the device today!
Everyone’s talking about Touch ’n Go RFID being used at Malaysian highway tolls soon – here’s what you need to know about it.
5% cashback & no annual fees: are the Public Bank Quantum Visa and Mastercard the best entry-level credit cards in the market?
Unifi customers no longer need to head to Unifi's website to manage their accounts, thanks to TM's new app.
Acer has announced the arrival of two of its latest premium laptops in Malaysia: the Acer Swift 7 and the Switch 7 Black Edition.
Reports have found that there are 500,000 jobless Malaysians in the country, with a high percentage of them being young jobseekers.
According to a Visa survey, Malaysians are embracing the future of going cashless, with some even able to go up to three days without spending cash.
Grab has updated its commission structure in line with the new regulations set by the Ministry of Transportation.
From now until 30 September, Digi customers can enjoy unlimited internet access for free! Find out more about the #InternetGemilang campaign.
It looks like Penang may be home to a low-cost carrier airport terminal in the next one or two years.
Effective immediately, Unifi and Streamyx customers must send an early notice to Telekom Malaysia if they want to terminate their broadband plan.
Looking for a robust phone communication solution for your SME? Here's an inexpensive method that requires no hardware installation and works right from your smartphone!
Discover these hidden gems on our 10-day itinerary across eight Malaysian states for your ultimate local road trip. Follow this itinerary and these useful tips to make your road trip Instagram-worthy and hassle-free!
The government has tabled the necessary Bills to abolish GST and introduce the implementation of SST.
Camel rides on the beaches of Bali? Wine tasting in Macau? These are just some of the surprising and affordable things you can do in Asia!
Despite being a football-themed credit card, this is one of the best credit cards for cashback in Malaysia. Here's our verdict.
Astro will be providing Ultra HD content for the first time in Malaysia, starting with the live broadcast of the English Premier League!
The Maybank American Express Cash Back Gold credit card does exactly what it says – it gives you up to 1.5% unlimited cashback on your spending, no strings attached.
Xiaomi's newly-launched Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite smartphones could possibly be the best value for money smartphones in Malaysia.
Have a property you're paying off but not sure how else to get value from it? Here's a way to get cash on hand with a property you already have!
Malaysia Airlines has announced a reduction in check-in baggage allowance for all domestic flights in Economy class, effective next month.
After its webpage crashed due to overwhelming traffic, TM has begun emailing its customers on their eligibility for internet speed upgrades.
Need a little boost in motivation to get your side business started? Here are stories of 5 major international companies that started out as tiny enterprises.
Those who are looking to buy cars during the tax holiday may end up paying SST, thanks to a combination of huge demand and shortage of stocks.
Need a loan? Then you might be curious about what lending banks are concerned with when considering your application.
Prasarana is testing its latest mobile app, the "MyRapidTap". Read on to more about this latest entry in the e-wallet space.
All PTPTN borrowers have until 25 July to update their personal information as part of its efforts to allow loan deferment policies for those earning below RM4000 a month.
The government has approved the continuation of the LRT 3 Project after the total project cost was cut by 47%.
With so many insurance policies for different situations, it may be hard to identify which ones should you get. Let's take a look at the common insurance policies that you may need.
The Finance Minister has announced that the bill setting the SST rate at 10% for sales and 6% for services is expected to be passed next month.
GST has been zero-rated, so why are there mamak outlets who are raising their prices instead?
After the Court of Appeal dismissed Tealive’s application for a stay of execution, the Federal Court granted it on 16 July.
Grab and other e-hailing services will now have to play an even game with rival taxi companies as the Ministry of Transport rolls out new regulations.
Not all credit cards are created equal. To know which credit cards bring the best rewards that fit your needs, check out this quick guide we made just for you.
Samsung has announced a new device upgrade program for its flagship smartphone. But does the Samsung Yearly Upgrade Program actually save you money?
Unifi Basic, Unifi Turbo Boost, 2x Streamyx Speeds, And More: What TM Announced To Boost Malaysian Internet
TM has finally answered the Government's call for faster and cheaper internet access, offering massive speed upgrades for Unifi and Streamyx customers.
It's important to have good credit if you want to be able to take out big loans. Here is our quick guide to building good credit with or without a credit card!
Huawei Malaysia has slashed RM400 off the retail price of its 2017 flagship smartphone, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
Tired of getting stuck in strict mobile data contracts that don't fit your flexible lifestyle? We found the perfect postpaid plan for you!
Passengers complained that the prices for the services provided by Grab are more expensive than that of the taxis. Read on to see how this article will affect your budget.
After the shocking discovery of a five month old baby's body in a babysitter's freezer, the Government has announced that all government agencies will be equipped with childcare facilities by Jan 2019.
MR DIY has launched its online store, along with promotions and shop-and-win contests. Could this be a good thing or a bad thing for your wallet?
There are days when you need cash on the double and most (if not all) credit cards have this option. But before you run to your ATM; here are some things to think about.
Can't decide between planning everything for your travels or signing up for a travel package? We break down the differences so you know which one to choose!
Confused about what's been happening between Chatime and Tealive? Here's a chronological update of the legal drama over the last 18 months.
Is it true that smokers cannot get health insurance in Malaysia even if they try? Read on as we debunk these oft-spoken about myths surrounding health insurance
All banks in Malaysia have waived the charges for the instant fund transfer services, which is great news for online banking in Malaysia.
CUEPACS has proposed that civil servants should contribute to the Tabung Harapan. Read on to know more about the proposal.
Cheap internet for all Malaysians will soon become a reality, as TM has announced new broadband plans that will not only be significantly cheaper, but faster too.
The humble iPhone 8 is now available at its lowest price ever, if you hurry.
Chatime has the upper hand following the Court of Appeal’s grant of an injunction against Loob Holding, but Tealive’s lawyers aren’t giving up any time soon.
If you want to make sure other people know about your business, here are the free digital tools that can help you do it!
IKEA Malaysia has finally opened its online store, so you can now order furniture without even leaving your home.
Socso contributions are meant to protect employees from accidents at work, but too few taxi and e-hailing drivers have been registered for this coverage.
PTPTN's monthly collections saw a sharp drop in May 2018, no thanks to the "wait and see" attitude of Malaysians.
Malaysian movies are getting better and better, earning more and more every year. But how are they doing this? Let's find out!
Minister Gobind Singh champions the benefits of a multi-player market ahead of his meeting with Astro next week.
There are plenty of things that your standard motor insurance policy can offer you, but there are also several services that most policies don't. Read on to find out the kind of things most motor insurance policies don't give you!
Donations to the Tabung Harapan Malaysia have surged past the RM100 million mark within less than a month after its launch. How amazing is that?
AEON Group Malaysia recently introduced its mobile wallet, the AEON E-Wallet, to its Malaysian customers as part of the company's digitisation initiatives. Find out more about this mobile wallet.
You can now pay for parking using just your smartphone, thanks to a new feature on local e-wallet app, Boost.
Prices of broadband services are expected to drop by around 25% at the end of 2018, thanks to the enforcement of the MSAP.
Managing your financial commitment can be a tedious affair, especially if you have multiple loans and bills to settle. Read on to find out how you manage all of your loans with just one account.
Alibaba continues to strengthen ties with Malaysia through the opening of its first Southeast Asia office in Bangsar South, officiated by CEO Jack Ma.
A growing number of people are willing to spend big on car rental for their trip back to their hometowns. Find out more if this trend is gaining traction.
We're sure you've encountered businesses that set minimum spend amounts for credit card purchases, or a fee to use your cards. What should you do?
Great news for those who are driving home this Hari Raya! Two major highways will see a 50% discount on toll charges just in time for Balik Kampung.
As efforts to encourage cashless transactions in Malaysia increase, some traditional locations have begun to embrace new technology.
WeChat Pay, one of the world's biggest mobile payment systems, is now rolling out to users in Malaysia.
The federal has allocated RM3 Billion to finance fuel subsidies and retain the retail price of the RON95 petrol and diesel
Another e-wallet app has been launched in Malaysia. Is GrabPay the best of the lot so far?
OCBC Bank recently unveiled Singapore's first Instant Account Opening Service. Find out what makes this service special.
No more Touch n Go cards in the future? Sure seems like it.
They say location is an important factor in deciding where to buy a house, but what makes a good location in the first place? Read on and find out!
Contributions to Malaysia's Tabung Harapan fund show no signs of slowing down, judging by the latest donation figures revealed by the Ministry of Finance.
A simple guide to submitting your documents to get your free sign-up gift from RinggitPlus.
Bazaar Ramadhan is an annual "food fest" every year before Raya. Here's a list of "must-eats" and the best bazaars to find them!
Applying for medical insurance can be a pain in the neck. Thankfully, there's now a way to get medical coverage without going through all that inconvenience!
How are your money resolutions going so far? We thought we’d check in to offer more tips to help you remedy your money woes and push ahead!
If you live and work in Sarawak, then hereare your long weekends which you can use to go to these cool spots and enjoy these fun activities!
If you're a Sabahan looking to enjoy a long weekend or someone from Malaya looking to spend a long weekend in Sabah, here's where you should go and when!
Thinking of going on a quick holiday to Johor? Here's where to go and what to do for a long weekend getaway!
Your credit card's instalment payment plans isn't just there to make your card sound more attractive, it also comes in very handy for when you're making purchases overseas. How? Let's find out!
Election day is a busy time for citizens of Malaysia looking to fulfill their civic duty. But it's also a good time for you to make an extra ringgit or two by doing these things.
Your credit card typically comes with this service but you might not be aware how useful it can really be for your day-to-day...
You've heard of balance transfer credit cards, and you've heard of instalment plans. But what about balance transfer via instalment plans? Here's everything you need to know about it!
Check your calendars for these long weekends and plan out your Kuala Lumpur holidays at these fun spots right around the city!
Applying for a home loan is a pretty big deal, so you want to be as prepared as you can for it. Here are some more important things to pay attention to before you apply for one!
Feel like shopping for clothes online? Here are the top 10 clothes shopping sites for women's fashion in Malaysia!
Are your medical expenses affecting your financial stability? Here are some cost-effective measures that can assist you in decreasing your healthcare costs and improving your wellbeing.
Petrol and diesel prices in Malaysia differs from our neighbours. Let's see how cheap it is to own and maintain a car in other ASEAN countries.
Bank Negara's move to increase the Overnight Policy Rate recently means you can get more from certain banking products. Which ones and how? Read on to find out!
On this edition of our series of articles on SME businesses, we attempt to help you answer one of the most important questions about a business: what are you selling?
With the election dates announced, it’s time to head to your polling station and do your civic duty as a voter. Find out which airlines are offering to waive their rebooking fees.
One camera on your phone is great, two cameras is better. Three is pretty amazing, but four cameras? Find out how Huawei Nova 2i uses 4 different cameras to help you take the ultimate selfie.
Want to start juicing but unsure which juicer should you buy? Fret not, we will give you a hand with this juicy guide.
Tax benefits, deductibles, and exceptions can really help your SME business out... if you know which ones to look out for and take advantage of!
Don’t let the complexity of income tax filing prevent you from doing your E-Filing . Read on as we reveal the answers to the frequently asked questions for Malaysian income tax.
Why crack your brain crunching numbers for your business all day when you can let your computer do it? Here are the top 4 accounting software programmes for your growing business!
With your first piece of qualification in hand, it is time to start anew and hunt for your first job. Not sure if you should aim for a large corporation or a smaller outfit? Here is a guide that will help you decide just that.
If you work in Petaling Jaya and planning to look for a place that is close enough to your workplace, read on as we list down the most affordable places to rent in PJ.
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School holidays is here! Don't worry about heading to the same old attractions, here's a list of unique places that you can go to instead!
From avoiding credit cards with annual fees to credit cards being accessible to only a select few, read on as we debunk these oft-spoken about myths surrounding credit cards.
Occasionally, you may have a few questions on certain items that may confuse you whether it is tax deductible. In this article, we will address some of these confusions.
Avoid cultural faux pas when it comes to giving gifts to people that you care for. Check out our guide as we help you select fail-proof, affordable gifts for every recipient without busting your budget.