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Customs Dept to issue a RM5,000 compound on the spot

KELANA JAYA: The Customs Depart­ment has set a target to register 100,000 new businesses nationwide this year. Customs Department director-general Datuk Seri Khazali Ahmad said the figure was on top of the 400,519 businesses which had been registered for the whole of last year. He said educational and persuasion approaches would continue to be adopted [&hellip

Pre-paid reloads to get GST rebate

PETALING JAYA: Starting 1 Jan 2016, Malaysians will get a rebate on the Goods and Services Tax (GST) charged on their mobile phone prepaid airtime reloads. A prepaid user who tops up RM10 from Jan 1 will initially get an airtime of RM9.43 as the 6% GST will be deducted from the top-up, said the [&hellip

How to Live and Not Merely Exist?

AUGUST 6 2013 BY BRIAN PENNY Existence is confusing, but it’s pretty easy if you think about it. You don’t have to do anything—you already exist through circumstances outside of your control. Everything you do from this point forward is for your own benefit. With any luck, somebody along your path in life taught you [&hellip

Restructure Your Bookkeeping Processes by Finance Outsourcing

Finance and accounting has been one of the most commonly outsourced business functions today. An external team gives more advantages to a company rather than doing it in-house. There are a lot of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) today that are leaders in their own industry but don’t essentially have a diverse pool of talents, [&hellip

Avoid the Top 10 Mistakes Managers Make in Managing People

By Susan M. Heathfield, Guide Many managers lack fundamental training in managing people. But, even more importantly, managers lack the values, sensitivity, and awareness needed to interact effectively all day long with people. Skills and techniques are easier to teach, but values, beliefs, and attitudes are much harder to teach – and harder for [&hellip

The 10 Most Attractive Employers For Liberal Arts Students

The Walt Disney brand appeals to so many young Americans. Kids love their movies; dream of visiting their theme parks; and want to own their products–and as it turns out, the fascination doesn’t always wear off According to global research and advisory firm Universum, The Walt Disney Company is the No. 1 dream employer for [&hellip

This is water! By David Foster Wallace

Transcription of the 2005 Kenyon Commencement Address – May 21,

The newest technologies look most likely to vanish; the oldest may always be with us

Technological extinction, Only the digital dies Jan 26th 2013 | Economist THE “paperless office” has earned a proud place on lists of technological promises that did not come to pass. Surely, though, the more modest goal of the carbon-paperless office is within the reach of mankind? Carbon paper allows two copies of a document to [&hellip

MIER maintains 2013 GDP growth forecast

MIER maintains 2013 GDP growth forecast Written by Esther Lee of Thursday, 17 January 201315:13 KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 17): The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) is maintaining its 2013 GDP growth forecast of 5.6%. Last October, the economic institution had forecast the 2013 GDP to expand at a rate of 5.4%, but later [&hellip

20 Facts About The Collapse Of Europe That Everyone Should Know

Date 2013-1-10 By Michael Snyder January 9, 2013 The economic implosion of Europe is accelerating. Even while the mainstream media continues to proclaim that the financial crisis in Europe has been “averted”, the economic statistics that are coming out of Europe just continue to get worse. Manufacturing activity in Europe has been contracting month after [&hellip