Budget 2011

Prime Minister and Finance Minister Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak has announced the Budget 2011 in Parliament on Friday, 15 October 2010. In the run-up to the tabling of Budget 2011, several PricewaterhouseCoopers tax analysts have provided commentaries and analysis on various topics relevant to the Budget.

We also have a series of questions and answers on various aspects of Budget 2011, which was published in The Star from Sunday, 17 October until Tuesday, 19 October.

Articles

  • Tax neutrality - the way forward for Islamic finance
    Jennifer Chang, senior executive director of PwC Taxation Services, Malaysia, highlights the need for foreign governments to facilitate Islamic finance by providing tax neutrality.

  • Building green – a tax perspective
    Margaret Lee, senior executive director of PwC Taxation Services, Malaysia, suggests that by broadening the scope of tax incentives to the property sector, more property developers will be encouraged to take on green projects.

  • Corporate couples
    Phan Wai Kuan, executive director of PwC Taxation Services, Malaysia, says a couple, who are employees or shareholders in the same company, are taxed like all other couples, as separate individuals.

  • Transforming Malaysian healthcare
    Steve Chia, senior executive director of PwC Taxation Services, Malaysia, suggests that a comprehensive revamp of our healthcare system to tackle rising costs is long overdue.

  • A tax environment conducive to a sustainable retirement
    Khoo Chuan Keat is senior executive director at PwC Taxation Services, Malaysia, and a member of the Advisory Council to the Foundation for Sustainable Retirement.

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