In a press release issued by Malaysian Issuing House (MIH) dated 18 Oct 2010, Malaysia Marine And Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad (MMHE) received a total of 35,864 applications for 280,352,400 shares from the Malaysian...

e-Poll - “Do you agree that Goods and Services Tax (GST) should be implemented in Malaysia?” The e-poll is put up by Royal Malaysian Customs at its official website www.gst.customs.gov.my to gather and understand public...

Individual personal tax relief is only available for individuals who are considered tax resident in Malaysia. No tax relief is available for non-tax residents. Generally rule is, a person is a Malaysia tax resident...

Ordinary mobile phones are subject to sales tax of 10% whereas Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) with Global System Mobile (eg. smart phones) which may function as a mobile phone is given sales exemption. In order...

The Malaysian government is aware of the difficulties faced by low income group and fresh graduates who just joined workforce in buying a house. To assist this group of people, the government will introduce Skim...

Since 2008, the Government will bear your electricity bill if the bill amount is less than RM20 and Tenaga Nasional will collect the rebate RM20 from the Government instead of from you. Do you...

During the recent economic crisis, a number of businessmen and individuals who faced financial problems and some of them were declared bankrupt. They were also blacklisted and not able to conduct businesses or apply...

In order to boost the local tourism industry and to make Malaysia as a shopping haven for branded goods at competitive prices, the government proposes to abolish import duty range from 5% to 30%...

Following the Malaysian government announced in Budget 2011 that the PLUS toll rate would not be increased for the next five years from today onwards. Yesterday, UEM Group Berhad and Employees Provident Fund Board have...

“ 1Malaysia, Generating Transformation ” Summary & Highlights - Tax Changes & Proposals EPF relief scope extended but limit not increased Existing EPF relief of maximum RM6,000 is extended to include employees’ contributions to Private Pension Fund...