Category Archives: Finance

Tip jimat wang untuk survive selepas GST

Gaya hidup yang menentukan sama ada kita hidup senang atau payah sebagai seorang warga di Malaysia. Kenapa saya sebut Malaysia? sebab rakyat di Malaysia sebenarnya agak bahagia jika di bandingkan dengan sesetengah negara jiran. Contohnya di Philippine, gaji seorang graduan universiti hanya di sekitar RM1200-RM1500 dan mereka perlu bayar income tax dengan pemulaan gaji yang begitu ciput – setinggi 20%, tiap-tiap bulan. Kenapa rakyat yang hidup di Malaysia ini nak merungut?

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Items price drop after GST

GST is going to go to live after April onward. Before April there will be many vouchers or brochures reaching to you. But do you know there are items that will not only being sell without GST, but promised a price drop after the GST implementation period?

This is because for certain items the sales and service tax are higher than the 6% GST. Our minister of finance Ahmad bin Haji Maslan through twitter has announced 20 items that will become cheaper after GST. 

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Thank you for BR1M said recipients

Due to new challenges in the new year and the increase of cost of living in Kuala Lumpur, many of the recipients of BR1M are grateful for the BR1M handout which has been starting to distribute the last 15th  of this month. 

Halijah said BR1M has helped her in acquiring medical assistances and reduces the burden to raise her kids.

“It’s good that the BR1M is given stage by stage as the economy of our country is not stable. If it’s given one time, the money will be gone very fast.” said Halijah.

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7 traits of a successful person by Jack Ma

In December 2015, Jack Ma of Alibaba group had just outranked Li Ka ShingLi Ka Shing to become Asia No.1 richest. He’s a world class speaker especially in speaking of motivating speech and sharing self-development knowledge on the stage.

“The first step is to choose and the second step is to insist. The following third and forth steps are still to insist. Always look on the bright side. “

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