Cloudy with a chance of money

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 04 Jan 2015

SYD01D:SYDNEY,29JUN00 - A shopper walks pass a central Sydney storefront June 29. Major stores and retailers are hoping to cash in on the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) by the government on July 1 by urging customers to purchase before the 10 percent government tax drives up the price of ladies fashion and footwear and menswear. wb/Photo by Will Burgess REUTERSMAJOR STORES AND RETAILERS HELD PRE GST SALES, URGING CUSTOMERS TO BUY BEFORE THE 10 TAX DRIVES UP THE PRICE OF FASHION.

It is not completely bleak economically this year, but Malaysians need to live within their means.

A NEW year means new resolutions, and maybe for some, a new look and a new home.

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