Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will present the recalibrated Budget 2016 on Jan 28.
Budget 2016 is set to be recalibrated to adjust to the current economic climate.
A possible revision to Budget 2016 could happen as Malaysia struggles to meet its fiscal deficit target of 3.1%.
Consumers in peninsular Malaysia can expect higher electricity bill next year as electricity rates increase by 0.73 sen per kilowatt hour (kWh) due to a cut in the power tariff rebate.
Under Budget 2016, higher amount of BR1M would be distributed to the needy. How does this help the rakyat?
Let’s be real – there’s really nothing much in Budget 2016 for middle-class Malaysians, who continue to bear the biggest brunt of the economic downturn. Here’s how to kick inflation to the curb and survive the middle-class squeeze.
Bad news: The various subsidy cuts introduced in Budget 2016 could lead to pricier cooking oil, train fares, flight tickets and electricity bills.
Budget 2016 forecasts a revenue of RM225.7 billion for the upcoming year, but where will they get the money from?
The goodies in Budget 2016 are aimed at easing the financial burden of low and middle income groups, and complement existing tax reliefs.
The budget 2016 allocations for entrepreneurship and entrepreneur development seem much smaller than the year before. What can budding and existing entrepreneurs get?