Use ringgit slump to up exports

Article taken from The Star online   KOTA BARU: The business community should view the slump of ringgit against the US dollar as an opportunity to increase exports, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong.   He said the business world is full of ups and downs as well as good...

Semakin ramai bermasalah kewangan

Article taken from Utusan Malaysia KUALA LUMPUR 17 Ogos - Permohonan untuk menyertai Program Pengurusan Kredit (PPK) oleh Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK) terus meningkat pada tahun ini iaitu sebanyak 135,042 orang berbanding 121,495 pada tahun lepas. Timbalan Menteri Kewangan II, Datuk Chua Tee Yong...

AKPK Settled 8,321 Debt Cases As Of July This Year

Article taken from Bernama KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 17 -- The Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK)settled nearly 6.2 per cent or 8,321 cases under its debt management programme (DMP) as of July this year.   Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Chua Tee Yong said with cases amounting to RM345.6 million settled...

We owe agency a debt of gratitude

Article from New Sunday Times   IT is astounding that more than 350,000 people were on the brink of bankruptcy with an accumulated debt of RM337 million, until they were saved by the Counselling and Credit Management Agency.   The agency was a saviour to these people, who had no way out and were...

Rebuilding 350,000 Lives

Article taken from New Sunday Times.   With an accumulated debt of RM337 million and nowhere to turn on, many people had attempt suicide.   But the Credit Counselling And Debt Management Agency (AKPK), which set up office in 2006, had counselled and helped them to manage their income.   “For those with...

AKPK, A Saviour To Those In Debts

Article taken from New Sunday Times   They each contemplated suicide. But a good Samaritan showed them that their financial woes could be overcome by going to the debt management agency. “We had nowhere to turn to and had become social outcast because of our debts. I was a well-respected senior naval officer in...

Don’t be duped by agents — AKPK

Article from Borneo Post   KUCHING: Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK) has cautioned the public not to be duped by agents marketing their services in debt restructuring using AKPK as a party in their services contract.   AKPK Sarawak Region head Marlene Margaret Nicol said it had come to...

Jangan Boros Berbelanja

Artikel dari Kosmo   Kuala Lumpur - Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK) menasihati orang ramai agar mengikut beberapa garis panduan yang diberikan bagi menghindari tabiat boros berbelanja.   AKPK dalam satu kenyataan berkata, meskipun pengguna kini sibuk dengan persiapan perayaan tetapi...

Expert Tips On Avoiding Overspending In The Run-Up To Hari Raya

Article taken from Bernama   KUALA LUMPUR,-- It is possible for one's personal finances to go awry in the run-up to the Hari Raya celebration in the absence of proper planning and prudent spending.   The Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK) has offered some relevant tips to guide Muslims into...

Hold Your Purses

Article from Harakah on 14 July 2015   Stop. Wait a minute. Check your purse before it is too late!   Fireworks. Green packets passed around. Aromatic smells of delicious rendang and curry fill the air, making your mouth water. The ketupat, used to decorate the house, brightens the atmosphere with their...

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