Analysis Of Income And Expenditure Of Households In The East Coast Of Peninsular Malaysia
Analysis of expenditure and income patterns of households in Malaysia that focuses on income, expenditure, loan, and saving is important. This study analyzes the impact of post global economic crisis on the income and expenditure patterns of Malaysian households. The study identifies major components of household’s expenditure on food, education, and health; as well as saving and loan, in relation to household income. In Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu, the total expenditures come from the variables such as income, housing loan, automobile loan and expenditure for education. These variables were selected due to the highly significant value that contributed to the Total of Expenditures (EXTO)
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