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RPGT For Properties Below RM200,000 To Be Exempted From January 2019 Onwards
- 31st December 2018
The Malaysian government has decided to exempt the Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) for affordable homes from 2019.
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Budget 2019: Big Changes To Property Sector, Aimed At Encouraging Home Ownership
- 5th November 2018
In its effort to boost home ownership, the Government has announced some new measures for Budget 2019.
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What Budget 2019 Means for Your Money
- 4th November 2018
A commentary of the Budget 2019 and how it affects consumers and businesses, by Hann Liew, CEO of RinggitPlus.
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Real Property Gains Tax in Malaysia – What, Who, Where, and How Much
- 3rd October 2017
Do you have a property or two that you’re thinking of selling? In that case, you should know more about Real Property Gains Tax, or RPGT, in Malaysia.
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Real Property Gains Tax in Malaysia – What, Who, Where, and How Much
- 3rd October 2017
Do you have a property or two that you’re thinking of selling? In that case, you should know more about Real Property Gains Tax, or RPGT, in Malaysia.
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The Malaysian Auditor General’s Report 2013: a Financial Love Letter to Government Ministries
- 11th November 2014
Media has been abuzz with snippets on the Auditor General's Report for 2013. How has our Ministries been spending public funds? We take a 'light' look at some of the highlights of the report.
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