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PR1MA step-up financing scheme allows more to buy homes

IN last week’s Budget 2018, the Government extended PR1MA’s step-up financing scheme (SPEF) to private developers, subject to certain conditions, as part of its effort to house the middle income (M40) with their first house.

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GST is not the issue

THE Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been implemented for more than two years now.

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Financial advice for fresh graduates

IT’S that time of the academic year again… graduation time! Many fresh graduates think they will be done learning (it’s just starting) and will begin their career working at a start-up, join the family business, or enrol in the corporate cubicle rat race.

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Dropouts and the changing economic environment

On your own by Tan Thiam Hock
LATELY there have been many discussions on how e-commerce, robotics and Artificial Intelligence will disrupt the human workforce causing massive unemployment all over the world. We are already witnessing, high unemployment among the youths in Europe and even in Malaysia where we have at least a hundred thousand unemployed graduates.

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Maybank appointed PTPTN panel bank

KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank, which has been appointed as the National Higher Education Fund Corporation’’s (PTPTN) panel bank, is targeting to serve some 60,000 new undergraduates by 2018.

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A forgiving way to boost revenue

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
Should Malaysia be inspired by Indonesia’s successful tax amnesty?

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MACC needs strong finishing

ONE need not go far to see how effective the Government can be when dealing with highly problematic issues involving people who blatantly do not comply with the rules.

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PTPTN announces 4% dividend for SSPN-I, SSPN-I Plus

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Higher Education Fund (PTPTN) has announced a 4% dividend for the education savings scheme SSPN-i and SSPN-i Plus for 2016.

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How PTPTN discounts can backfire

SOMETIMES, good intentions can have unintended consequences. For example, when seat belts were first made mandatory in the United States, the injuries sustained during a car accident were less critical, because seat belts were effective in protecting the drivers.