Recently I’ve been contacted by Zuza from iMoney in requesting me to review their new ebook “12 Ways to Save Money in Malaysia“. After I read thoroughly their ebook and browsed their official website, I decided not to share it here (but give a link directed to their ebook blog post, you can get the link to download a copy there), but to review their website.
It seems to be interesting to me, as iMoney is another similar website like RMvalues, to share the information on how to save money to consumer. However, iMoney is only focus on financial products, like credit card, car loan, home loan, personal loan, fixed deposit, personal insurance, car insurance and so on. Difference between iMoney and RMvalues is – iMoney is commercialized and running by a team of professional while RMvalues is just part time hobby. 🙂 Continue reading →
Shopping and saving money do not seem to go hand in hand but in actuality, they do. You can save money on those favorite items you want and not feel guilty for splurging a little. There are tons of coupon codes out there at sites like GreatDeals that you can find discounts, percentages off and even free shipping. Then there’s something you have with you all the time. Your phone. The smartphone era has made saving money instantly even easier. You can add apps to your Android device and get instant savings or know where you should go to buy a particular item. This is especially helpful when that item is a larger ticket item such as electronics. Having the coupons and deals at your fingertips is priceless. Here are three apps you need to add to your Android phone so you can save time and money on your next shopping.
This is an app for your Android that is specifically for buying electronic appliance items you need for your home. You can find great deals on computers, washers, dryers and much more. This app will share with you if Continue reading →