When I started working in 2000, the starting pay for a fresh graduate with a college degree was about RM2,000. Within five years, I managed to buy an affordable local car and a medium-cost walk-up apartment.
The reason for cutting the budget for public universities is so can be more sustainable and independent from the government. That may sound like a good idea but it isn’t.
The world should go entirely cashless to prevent corruption and crime.
We must not downplay the devaluation of the Ringgit By Zan Azlee Local headlines have relentlessly focused on the Ringgit’s downward trajectory over the past months. As I write this, […]
BR1M – Membantu atau Memanja? Oleh Zan Azlee Apa pendapat anda tentang BR1M? Adakah ia sesuatu yang bagus untuk rakyat? Adakah ia membantu ekonomi negara? Atau, adakah ia menjadi cara […]
Pakchic says: A four-year-old can still learn about financial literacy! By Zan Azlee I don’t like the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki because it doesn’t really […]
Tahukah anda apa itu ‘urun’ ? Crowdfunding sebenarnya! By Zan Azlee Soalan nombor satu, cabaran utama, yang menjadi penghalang terbesar untuk mereka yang mempunyai ide atau projek untuk dijalankan adalah […]
Can using a credit card improve your financial management? By Zan Azlee Credit card – the dreaded piece of plastic that has put so many people in financial ruin. The […]
7 financial management tips for freelancers and the self-employed By Zan Azlee Being a freelancer and self-employed for more than a decade before this, I often get asked for advice […]
It’s easy to save for a rainy day By Zan Azlee How does that popular saying go again? ‘Save for a rainy day’. We all know it well and how […]
Hedonics vs. Economics – Does pleasure trump money? By Zan Azlee Whenever we think of improving our lives, the first thing that comes to mind is always money. When we […]