Bajet 2007 Malaysia (Budget 2007)

If you are looking for Bajet 2009 or Budget 2009, you can find it here.

Heh, I cannot be a Finance Minister of Malaysia, evar…because I cannot read for 3 hours continously.

I learn jalur lebar means broadband.

I don’t catch a ball of the national budget after sitting down for 35 minutes.

I only see some very sleepy and bored politicians.

I see Min. Of Education Datuk Hishamuddin (hey, I think he is handsome no?) trying to sembang with the minister next to him (I think is Datuk Rais Yatim, the Heritage Minister or something).

The only time I care about the budget was when I was meddling with the share market a long, long time ago.

I hear Pak Lah sasul sikit. Potong cukai jadi proton cukai.

I think those kiasu people who almost kill themselves with stress by lining up to renew/apply are just plain kiasu. Elo, RM200 spread over 5 years, you only save RM40 per year. Worth getting so stressed ah?

45 minutes over and I still don’t catch no ball.

And that’s is the Bajet 2007 from the home of 5xmom

OMG, OMG, do you know that our ads income through our websites are TAX-FREE? I better go work hard-hard to kikis that kind of money better. A miserly mid level executive pun kena bayar cukai, so what better way than to earn money through the internet?

Wokay, employers get tax relief for the employees travel. Go claim from your boss for some local holidays. Cuti-cuti Malaysia.

Added: Sei lorrrr..Pak Lah said Mandarin will be taught as a compulsory language in sekolah kebangsaan. My kids are going to smell the fart only lor….I hope I hear wrongly.

To boost enrolment in national schools, the Chinese language will be a full subject in 150 national schools and Tamil in 70 national schools from next year. (copy from Bernama)

If your kid get 10A1 in SPM and the home income is less than RM1,500, the student will get scholarship for higher education.

Tax relief for purchase of books, raised from RM700 to RM1,000

15 thoughts on “Bajet 2007 Malaysia (Budget 2007)

  1. Bryan – LOL, I type as I listen. Dun pway-pway with an ex-secretary wei.

    niki – Ya, jalur lebar LOL

    sashi – It is not mentioned lah, I tambah tokok only.

    Nigel – So, it is true. I got the confirmation from Bernama news. Sei lorr, my sons don’t even know 1,2,3 in Mandarin. Hahaha.

  2. Mandarin to be compulsory in school? I will cross my finger how they going to execute it. Honestly, mandarin glyph is difficult to master. Should make the writing as optional. But nothing beat learning mandarin by reading “wuxia” story like the return of the condor heroes. (imagine school use Harry potter book in English classes)

    – Book tax relief : Huh? I usually spend more than Rm500 per year on books. After the books become mroe expensive, now I either google or get pirated books. CCB, gahmen should remove books taxes for good.

    – Cigarrette tax – more smuggle gudang garam 😉

  3. Jalur Lebar is broadband? Kakakaka!!!

    “Hello Maxis? My jalur lebar is jalur nipis. When are you gonna give me jalur gemilang?”

    Fireworks – api kerja
    Killer Farts – permbunuh kentut
    In-visible – dalam boleh tengok

  4. i guess the goodnews to bloggers are the rebate for computer has been raised to Rm3,000 and its for every 3 years instead of 5. and it is on individual basis not per household. yipee ! no wonder so many ppl were buying laptops at low yat yesterday ! nut remember wor, its only applicable from year of assessment 2007. which means you need to buy next year not this year.

  5. Ciggies increase 1sen per stick but today I discovered it went up to RM7.40, isn’t that an increase of 2 sen per stick? apa ni? budget tersonsang ke..or British American Tobacco AKA Ananda Krishnan not listening to what PM has to say 😛

  6. D part where students get free scholarship is a bit disappointing. It sort of telling a bright student that your parents have to be POOR too in order for you to get scholarships. So you not only have to be bright… you got to be poor! Common… education is sooooooo expensive nowadays. Parents of middle income always have to pay thru their noses to provide tertiary education… **sigh **

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