This post is dedicated to my sister, who runs the Instagram shop Malaysia Plus Size and sells chic, Muslimah-friendly fashion. We had a conversation about finances and what she should have, as an online business in Malaysia when it comes to paying taxes. Then we were interrupted by mom’s gulai and didn’t manage to continue, so this post is for you sis. If you have a small online business – selling products and/or services from Facebook, Instagram, Mudah, etc and have your own branding (logo) – you should find this helpful, too.
Here’s what you have to have in order, when it comes to taxes.
I am a budget-conscious traveler. If you are under 35 and grew up under AirAsia’s promise of ‘Now Everyone Can Fly’, chances are you are a budget-conscious traveler, too.
I admit that sometimes I feel entitled and expect to get cheap flights. In my defense, AirAsia spoiled me. Constant offers through various media channels made me believe that I deserve that RM9 cheap flight ticket.
But as much as I love AirAsia (big fan!), today I am going to give you my ultimate hack in getting cheap flight tickets. It may include AirAsia, it may not, but you will get the best possible price for cheap flights.
Friends, if you’re internet-dependent like me, chances are you have been exposed to Forex advertisements. Maybe from Google, maybe from Facebook, maybe even from websites and blogs (like this one).
I mean, you ignore ads, of course. You’re already used to being bombarded, courted by many companies who want you to try their products and services. It’s likely that by now, your eyes sorta glaze over those ads, barely even registering it.
But once in a while, they caught your attention.
And you, with your tight budget, suddenly wondered, what if this is the solution to my financial problems?
As someone who felt the exact same thing and kinda dabbled in it, without committed any of my own money (and didn’t profit from it either), let me give you the lowdown in Forex, including that time I unknowingly worked in a Forex company.