Budget 2023: Income taxes up for those earning above RM100,000 (Live Updates)

– Bernama

PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has tabled the revised Budget 2023 on Friday (Feb 24), with allocations totalling RM386.14bil, up from RM372.3bil previously presented in October 2022.

Themed "Membangun Malaysia Madani (Developing Malaysia Madani)”, Budget 2023 was focussed on the people, SMEs, green initiatives, digital advancement and reducing government debt.

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