Yesterday, we look at conventional fixed deposit rate for September 2010. However, if you prefer to deposit in Islamic Fixed Deposit Account or commonly known as General Investment Account (GIA-i) instead of conventional fixed deposit account, the rates are shown in the table below.
Kindly note that, the rate showed in the table below are only indicative. It means that, the rates may changes according to agreed profit sharing ratio. Alternatively you may want to look at this page.
Fixed Deposit is known to be one of the most secure investment but with a lower return. If you like to invest your money in fixed deposit you may choose from the list below to maximize your return.
Fixed deposit rate is on the rise because Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) started to raise OPR rate. The last rate increase was on July 2010.
The table below are the latest conventional fixed deposit rate as of September 2010. Alternatively you may look at this page.
If you plan to buy a new car and do not know which banks give the best interest rates, you are at the right place. Just bear in mind that, the rate listed below are for new cars only.
The table below shows the current hire purchase or car loan package that banks in Malaysia offer as in March 2010 for comparison purpose. The package may change, so for confirmation, you can check with the respective bank.
Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad (ASNB) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB). At the time of writing, ASNB managed nine funds. The latest fund is Amanah Saham 1Malaysia which was launched in August 2009.
If you intend to invest in ASNB funds and find it difficult which fund to choose, you may look at the comparison tables below for a quick comparison. Table 1 is showing fixed price funds while table 2 is showing variable price funds. Bear in mind that ASG consists of 3 different funds, namely ASG-Pendidikan, ASG-Kesihatan and ASG-Persaraan.
Mortgage Life Insurance is an insurance that loan owner purchase when buying a property. It is designed to settle the outstanding loan balance in the event that the borrower dies or suffers from total and permanent disability (TPD) prior of settling the loan.
Basically there are two types of mortgage life insurance that are available in the market. There are Mortgage Reducing Term Assurance (MRTA) or Mortgage Decreasing Term Assurance (MDTA) and Mortgage Level Term Assurance (MLTA).
The table below shows the different between MRTA/MDTA and MLTA