The Dewan Rakyat has passed a bill to implement a digital service tax beginning 1 January 2020, at an approved rate of 6%.
The Finance Ministry will be allocating RM300mil for BSH to about three million unmarried individuals with RM100 each.
The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affair Ministry is in the final phase of finalising eligible recipients for the targeted petrol subsidy programme.
Letters and emails have been sent out to ensure those earning RM4,000 and above declare their income and register as taxpayers under the Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme.
From 1 January, 66,600 households registered under e-Kasih have received their monthly electricity bill rebate of RM40, but as many as 142,200 households have yet to register with utility companies.
Now that the Budget 2019 dust has settled, let’s take a look at what you can do to make the most of the new incentives.
From taxes to financial assistance, here are the most important takeaways from the tabling of Budget 2019.
In its effort to boost home ownership, the Government has announced some new measures for Budget 2019.
A commentary of the Budget 2019 and how it affects consumers and businesses, by Hann Liew, CEO of RinggitPlus.
The new Malaysian government will continue the cash grant program from the previous administration as a means of assisting the B40 households.