Komentar Lokal : Bajet 2009
30 Ogos, 2008, 1:07 pm
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Bajet gula-gula yang dibentangkan oleh Pak Lah semalam. Tak dapat di nafikan bahawa ada insentif-insentif menarik yang di beri.

Tapi perlu di ingat .Ini lah yang akan terjadi apabila Negara mempunyai pembangkang yang kuat dalam Parlimen  ; yang mampu memberi ‘check and balance’ ;  sebagamana beruntungnya  apabila mempunyai 2 syarikat yang sentiasa bersaing.

Siapa yang akan UNTUNG ? Dalam konteks pertama; mestilah rakyat . Dalam kontek kedua , pelanggan.

Dalam ertikata lain , siapa rakyat dan pelanggan ? Anda , awak, saya, dia dan mereka.

KITA semua !

Lepas dah dapat gula-gula , jom kita study skit apa yang  tertinggal.

Ok kita tengok sikit summary dari NST :

These are highlights of the 2009 Budget announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

* Some 100,000 tax payers to be out of the tax net as rebate for taxable income of RM35,000 and below will be increased to RM400 from RM350

* Tax exemption for all interest income for individuals

* Reduction of import duties for consumer durables (examples: blender, rice cooker, microwave oven and electric kettle) to between 5 percent and 30 percent from 10 percent and 60 percent

* Import duty exemption on several food items including vermicelli, biscuits, fruit juices and canned sweet corn

* Road tax for passenger vehicles with diesel engines to be similar with petrol engines effective Sept 1, 2008

* Tax exemption for employees on staff benefits such as subsidised interest on housing, motor vehicles and education loans

* Bills of mobile and fixed line phones as well as internet paid by employers to be tax-exempted

* Government to provide RM3 billion soft loan facility under public transportation to finance acquisition of buses and rail assets to be administered by bank pembangunan malaysia bhd

* 50 percent reduction in toll charges for all buses, except at border entry points, for two years effective Sept 15, 2008

* Efficiency of public transportation to be improved via rm35 billion expenditure from 2009 to 2014

* Farmers to benefit from proposal to abolish import duty on fertilizers and pesticides

* Home ownership among civil servants to be boosted by extension of housing loans tenure to 30 years from 25 years

* Government housing loan insurance panel to be expanded to all eligible insurance companies from only five insurance companies now

* Excise duties on cigarattes up three sen to 18 sen per stick. Duty for 20-stick pack now up 60 sen

* Highest marginal tax rate for individuals to be cut to 27 percent from 28 percent effective year of assessment 2009

* Middle income group to benefit from cut in marginal tax rate to 12 percent from 13 percent

* Accelerated capital allowance for purchase of ICT equipment can be claimed over one year instead of two years (86).

* Import prohibition on cranes used at ports to be removed. Import duty for the cranes cut to 5 percent from 20 percent (88)

* New investments by operators of four-star & five-star hotels in sabah and Sarawak to enjoy pioneer status with 100 percent income tax exemption or investment tax allowance of 100 percent for five years.

* Venture capital companies to enjoy five-year tax exemption for investing at least 30 percent of their funds in start-up, early stage financing or seed capital

* Local shipping industry to be promoted via a new rm2 billion fund to finance the purchase of ships and upgrading of shipyards.

* Plants and machinery acquired by SMEs in the years of assessment 2009 and 2010 to be accorded accelarated capital allowance to be claimed within one year.

* Local shipping industry to be promoted via a new RM2 billion fund to finance the purchase of ships and upgrading of shipyards

* Plants and machinery acquired by smes in the years of assessment 2009 and 2010 to be accorded accelerated capital allowance to be claimed within one year.

* Removed – import duty and sales tax on solar photovoltaic system equipment

* Removed – import duty and sales tax on intermediate goods such as high efficiency motors and insulation materials

* Removed – sales tax on locally manufactured solar heating system equipment

* Removed – sales tax on locally manufactured energy efficient consumer goods such as refrigerators, air conditioners, lightings, fans and tvs

* Exemption of 100 percent import duty & 50 percent excise duty on new hybrid CBU cars, with engine capacity below two 2,000 cc litre to be given to franchise importers. The exemption is for two years

* One month bonus for civil servants, subject to a minimum of RM1,000. Payment in two instalments – September and December 2008

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