Friday, April 10, 2020

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PM: MCO to be extended for another two weeks

Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has announced that the movement control order (MCO) would be extended for another two weeks until April 28.
The decision was made after obtaining feedback from the Health Ministry on the Covid-19 outbreak in Malaysia.
The MCO was implemented on March 18 to flatten the Covid-19 infection curve but was later extended to April 14.
Several areas were also placed under a lockdown or enhanced MCO after recording a high number of cases.

Will the MCO be extended??

Thursday, April 9, 2020

MCO would probably be extended, say S'gor cops

Thursday, 09 Apr 2020
SHAH ALAM: The movement control order (MCO) would probably be extended, say Selangor police.
"I would like to inform that the MCO would probably be extended. All mosques and surau will continue to be closed," said Selangor police spokesperson on Covid-19, Asst Comm Ismail Muslim.
Addressing the press at the state police headquarters on Thursday, he however, stopped short of confirming the extension.
“Any official announcement will be made by the Prime Minister, ” said ACP Ismail.
He also reminded everyone that all activities will continue to be halted as long as the MCO was in effect.
Malaysia has entered its 23rd day of the MCO, where people are instructed to stay at home and movement is heavily restricted.

The MCO is scheduled to end on April 14, barring any further extensions by the government.

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Wednesday, April 8, 2020


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Voucher Type: Assign a name for the voucher. For my example "Cash Voucher RM 100".
Description: Voucher description.
Internal Voucher: check the option if the voucher is created by youcreated by third party .

Note : if the voucher is internal voucher , the system will validate the voucher in POS front end. For non internal voucher , system does not validate the voucher ,user can enter any voucher number and any voucher amount.

Voucher No. Format: Voucher running number format. For my example, 'V' is the prefix, and '<00000>' is the running number.
Start Number: the starting number for the Voucher No.
End Number: the ending number for the Voucher No.
: while you are typing the voucher number format, a sample is displayed to give you an immediate view of the output.
From Date: key in effective starting date for the voucher.
To Date: key in effective ending date for the voucher.  
Cash Value: key in an amount for the voucher.
Minimum Purchase Amt.: you may key in a minimum amount to qualify claim for this voucher.
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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Muhyiddin says will study calls to bring back GST

Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020 01:14 PM MYT

Source from Malaymail 

PUTRAJAYA, March 11 ― Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin pledged today to consider calls to reinstate the unpopular Goods and Services Tax (GST), promising to review all tax systems as part of the new government’s effort to rein in living costs
His response comes amid criticism against the Sales and Services Tax (SST) reintroduced under the Pakatan Harapan administration, which many felt had not lowered the prices of essential goods.

“We will look into everything,” he told a press conference here after the first Cabinet meeting of his new administration.
“GST, SST, we will look into it.”
After chairing his inaugural Cabinet meeting as the prime minister, Muhyiddin vowed to expend all available resources into reviving the Malaysian economy hit by the coronavirus disease (Covid-19).
This included the formation of the Economic Action Council tasked to study and recommend short-term solutions. Muhyiddin said the council, comprising senior civil servants and technocrats, will convene weekly and advise the Cabinet.
“I told my Cabinet members of our commitment to the people, (to be) a government that knows what the people want and need urgently,” he said.
“So that whatever problems the people and country face, we shall find solutions as soon as possible. 
“I say this because all Cabinet members know that the situation the country is in now is not good, particularly when it comes to the economy and burdensome prices (of basic goods.)”
Muhyiddin’s own party, Bersatu, had been a member of the Pakatan Harapan government that scrapped the GST and reintroduced the SST, which economists say is inefficient.
PH won a stunning victory at the May 2018 general election on the back of public anger over the rise of living cost, which it blamed among others on the consumption tax. 
The coalition’s leaders continued to defend the SST despite mounting complaints that the tax failed to bring prices down.

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