Tax incentive for hiring senior citizens and ex-convicts hailed


KUALA LUMPUR: The proposed tax incentive for employment of senior citizens and ex-convicts will not only help to stir the country’s economic growth, but is also the best initiative to help them return to work, says Malaysian Crime Pre­vention Foundation vice-president Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

He said it provided a second chance for ex-convicts to return to society and turn over a new leaf.

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