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RM92m in RPGT Collected for Properties of Over Five Years
The government has collected RM91.87 million in real property gains tax (RPGT) revenue for the disposal of properties of more than five years, Finance Mini...
All You Need to Know About Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT)
The 2019 Real Property Gains Tax rates are a significant factor for consideration to anyone who owns a property and intends to profit from its sale. The R...
Stop Imposing RPGT on Assets After 10 Years
During the tabling of Budget 2019 last year, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said the government would impose a 5% RPGT on all Malaysians and raise the tax b...
Property Expert Cautions Govt Against Taxing Long-Time Owners Who Sell Their Homes
A senior chartered property surveyor has urged the government to exempt senior citizens from the real property gains tax (RPGT), saying it is not fair to b...
RPGT Poised to Impact Long-Term Investors
In the 2019 Budget, among the measures that stood out the most is the imposition of five per cent Real Property Gain Tax (RPGT) on gains from disposal of p...
New RPGT Rates Will Dampen Sales
Malaysia’s revised Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) rates that take effect from Jan 1, 2019, will dampen market sentiment and sales in the near term, accor...
'Digital Tax Only on Services, Not on Transactions'
The recently announced digital tax will only apply on services offered online that requires a payment to the company, not on transactions made, said tax ad...
Govt Urged to Rethink 5% RPGT Hike
The government has been urged to reconsider revising the real property gains tax (RPGT) rates by 5%. PricewaterhouseCoopers Taxation Services senior exe...
Analysts Hail New Property Gains Tax
The Federal Government has taken positive measures to raise revenue without taxing the lower- income group in Budget 2019, says KPMG Tax Services Sdn Bhd e...
The Effect of Malaysia's New Government First Budget 2019
Malaysia Budget 2019, was announced last Friday (Nov 2) where one particular area that seems to be focused on by the government - the property sector. Over...
You Need to Earn RM11k to Buy an Affordable Home in Malaysia. Good Luck With That!
To be able to afford a typical house here, a research has claimed that you need a minimum household income of RM10,757 per month. This is based on calcu...
Expensive Properties Lead to a Homeless Generation
Unless the government raises the supply of low-cost houses significantly, a large number of Malaysians would be unable to get a roof over their heads. "...
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