Wasn’t this for the lower-income group?
It’s going to be more than just cash handouts.
Eligible Malaysians will continue to receive BR1M financial aid under Budget 2017.
PPR houses will see a raise in maximum household income from RM2,500 to RM3,000 – opening up the scheme to more Malaysians.
Budget 2017 is just around the corner, and we can expect a new and improved BR1M and the implementation of a new health insurance scheme for the lower income group.
The Government is looking to maintain the BR1M programme despite the upcoming Budget 2016 revision on January 28.
Under Budget 2016, higher amount of BR1M would be distributed to the needy. How does this help the rakyat?
Are the B40 households getting what the need from Budget 2016? What are the possible problems they may face even with the Budget perks? Read on to find out.
As Budget 2016 draws closer, Malaysians reveal issues they think the upcoming Budget should be making a priority. The answers might surprise you.
Second BR1M payment has started from 28 May 2015 and it comprises 4.65 million recipients.