Tax reforms much needed post-pandemic

Kelvin Lee

As Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz prepares to announce the budget for 2022, questions will be raised about whether new taxes will be implemented to help the country get back on its feet after the pandemic. – Ministry of Finance handout pic, October 4, 2021.

THE tabling of our national budget has always been able to draw much attention. I remember when I was young, my parents would monopolise the television to watch it live.

Like any other typical Malaysian family, they were mostly concerned about two things: how much money can we get from the government this year, and are there any tax incentives from which we can benefit.

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