Women Talk Finance

“We understand the financial struggles women face, cause we face them too.”

of Malaysians wouldn’t be able to cover their expenses for more than three months.
Malaysians save less than RM500 per month.
of women say they are behind on retirement savings.


It’s time to ‘Get Personal’ with your finances. Be a part of our community for a chance to get to know your money better.

Does the world of money make you go “WTF?” We feel you!

Women Talk Finance (WTF) is a personal finance community created for women, by women. Our platform aims to support women on their financial literacy journey by equipping them with the ability and knowledge to build their own nest egg.

WTF is a safe space where we can discuss money issues that uniquely affect women, such as “Is it wise to open a joint bank account with your partner?” and “How much does it cost to care for our bodies?”

There are also engagement sessions where you can connect with financial experts to get hacks on how to improve your finances, and benefit from special promotions and giveaways. Through our community, we hope to learn from one another, empower each other, and more importantly, support and cheer each other on. Because ultimately, we are all on this journey together.

Upcoming Events

Mental Health in the Workplace

Date: October 26 (Thursday), 2023
Time: 10:30am – 6:00pm

Many of us are on the verge of a burnout or are working in toxic workplaces. This can lead to stress and anxiety.

In conjunction with World Mental Health Day, WTF and Co-labs Coworking are organising an event that offers free mental health assessments and activities conducted by mental health experts on October 26th (Thursday), from 10.30am to 6.00pm at Co-labs Coworking in Starling Mall, Damansara Uptown.


Join Our Discussion

  • Should we live each day as if it were our last in case tomorrow never comes, or save for retirement?
  • Many Malaysians say that they do not invest at all, is this you?
  • Did you know that nearly half of marriages which end in divorce in Malaysia break down due to financial problems? Are you someone who avoids talking about money?
  • How much does it cost to care for our bodies?
Join our discussion on our Facebook community

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