Budget 2013

Prime Minister and Finance Minister Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak tabled the Budget 2013 in Parliament on Friday, 28 September 2012.

Several PwC tax consultants have analysed and commented on various topics relevant to the Budget.

Q&As

We provided a two-part question-and-answer series on various aspects of Budget 2013.

Articles

  • Fit for purpose
    While Budget 2013 has introduced measures which are innovative, some bolder moves are expected in the coming months as we deal with a rapidly changing landscape, says PwC Malaysia tax leader and senior executive director Jagdev Singh.

  • Reforms for the long term
    Focus on this year's budget should be on: creating sustainable growth (including tackling deficit), making sure the incentives given out have a multiplier effect and addressing the talent gap, says PwC Malaysia tax leader and senior executive director Jagdev Singh.

  • PwC: Decide quickly on goods and services tax
    The government should not delay the GST implementation date as businesses need to strategise and prepare for this new tax regime amidst the uncertain world economy, says PwC Malaysia senior executive director Steve Chia.

  • Budget 2012 a delicate balancing act
    Jagdev Singh, senior executive director and tax leader at PwC Taxation Services Malaysia, expects the upcoming budget to focus on three broad areas - ensuring sustainable growth, developing human capital and reducing the deficit.

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