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Head of Global Mobility Services, Long Yen Ping focused on the rakyat’s hope from this year’s budget proposals and the measures that can potentially alleviate their financial burden especially these challenging times with the Covid-19 pandemic.

From an individual perspective, Yen Ping stated that the rakyat would hope for a reduction in personal income tax rates, new tax rebate/ relief for expenses spent on personal protective items, new tax relief for expenses spent on covid-19 testing and supplements as well as review on the tax relief for purchase of personal computers.

Read the full article here as published in the New Straits Times or click here to view the online article.

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