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Info still sketchy on list of goods and services
Information is still sketchy on the list of goods and services affected by the reintroduction of the sales and service Tax (SST) on Sept 1. However, a calculation based on items taxed under the previous SST would give a rough idea how the tax could affect t...
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One month amnesty period for employers, employees to register with Socso
The Social Security Organisation (Socso) will not extend its one month amnesty period to any employers who failed to register their company and employees for protection. Chief executive officer Datuk Dr Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed said the amnesty period w...
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Malaysian Bar urges Govt to review all laws on child marriages
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Bar has urged the Government to review all laws pertaining to child marriages following the public outrage over the marriage of an 11-year-old Thai girl to a 41-year-old man. While the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976 ...
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Acts amended to give spouse Socso coverage
KUALA LUMPUR: Human Resource Minister M. Kulasegaran has approved the extension of social security protection to the spouse termed 'employee' in a husband-wife business. Amendments to the Employees' Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4) and Employment Insurance ...
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UNHCR: Allow refugees to stay and work in Malaysia
  The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has urged the newly appointed Pakatan Harapan Government to allow refugees to stay and work in Malaysia legally. UNHCR representative Richard Towle said that this could be done even without ratifyi...
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Minister will no longer screen Industrial Court’s cases
  PUTRAJAYA: The power of the minister in terms of reference and screening before a case is brought to the Industrial Court will be cancelled, to enable the settlement of the case between the employer and the employee to be accelerated, says Human Resources...
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EPF for housewives to start this year
PUTRAJAYA: The Ministry of Finance fully supports the introduction of Employees Provident Fund (EPF) scheme for housewives, as proposed by the Ministry of Women and Family Development. The policy, led by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Is...
EPF for housewives to start this year
EPF for housewives to start this year
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Socso coverage for 1.2m housewives
  Some 1.2 million housewives will soon be given social security coverage although they are not working. Stating this, Human Resource Minister M. Kulasegaran said it is his hope that all Malaysians would be provided coverage under the Social Security Organi...
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GST removal ― what it means
THE euphoria of the spectacular 14th General Election results may have gone down a couple of notches for Malaysians by now. The excitement is still in the air though. Everywhere we go, the conversation is generally centred on the GE14 and its unexpected res...
GST removal ― what it means
GST removal ― what it means
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EPF for housewives: Is 2% enough?
  A lawyer has welcomed the proposal to give housewives a portion of their husbands’ contributions to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF), but says the suggested figure of 2% is too small to reflect the value of their work. “Because she cooks, you don’t need...
EPF for housewives: Is 2% enough?
EPF for housewives: Is 2% enough?
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