Making small changes to your everyday spending can soon accumulate and pay off in the long run. These simple tips reveal how.
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With GST out, we’re curious to find out whether the prices of grocery items have reduced, remained unchanged, or worse, been hiked.
This time we’re doing a shopping experiment where we buy day-to-day toiletries and skincare products with an average budget of RM100.
SST will be reintroduced come September 1. Here are 5 things regarding prices of things that consumers must know about.
GST has now been set at 0%. Let’s see how many chilled and frozen items can be purchased with an RM50 budget, during GST and post-GST. Check out whether there’s a difference.
Your electric bill may increase during the festive season as ovens, electric kettles and refrigerators will be extensively used. Conserve energy and save more this Raya by following these smart tips.
For this grocery experiment, we thought we’d do a price comparison and see whether making your own classic Raya treats gives more bang for your buck than the store-bought ones.
The government has decided to stop the weekly fuel price changes, a system that was introduced last year, until further notice. The prices for RON95, RON97, and diesel remain unchanged for the time being. Here are the latest prices.
In the first grocery experiment, I tried purchasing essential cooking ingredients with a budget of RM50. This time, let’s see how many fresh seafood, meat, and poultry items I can get with the same amount.
Rising cost of living is a major concern among Malaysian city-dwellers. If you live in an expensive city, it’s more crucial than ever to be smart and cautious about your spending.