BAJET 2013

Memakmur negara mesejahtera rakyat .

Bajet 2013 telah dibentang oleh YAB Perdana Menteri Dato Seri Najib Bin Abul Razak di dewan parlimen .

Intipati Bajet 2013 yang dibentang Perdana Menteri

KUALA LUMPUR 28 Sept. - Berikut ialah intipati Bajet 2013 yang dibentangkan oleh Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, yang juga Menteri Kewangan, di Dewan Rakyat hari ini.

Tema Bajet 2013 ialah Memakmur Negara, Mensejahtera Rakyat: Sebuah Janji Ditepati".

* Peruntukan RM251.6 bilion bagi melaksanakan semua langkah, program dan projek pembangunan.

* RM201.9 bilion diperuntukkan bagi perbelanjaan mengurus dan RM49.7 bilion bagi peruntukkan pembangunan.

* RM58.6 bilion diperuntukkan bagi Emolumen dan RM33.7 bilion bagi perkhidmatan dan bekalan.

* RM30 bilion diperuntukkan bagi sektor ekonomi untuk menampung keperluan infrastruktur perindustrian serta pertanian dan pembangunan luar bandar

* RM11.1 bilion diperuntukkan bagi sektor sosial termasuk pendidikan dan latihan, kesihatan, kebajikan, perumahan serta pembangunan masyarakat.

* RM4.6 bilion diperuntukkan bagi pembangunan sektor keselamatan, RM2 bilion bagi pentadbiran am dan RM2 bilion untuk simpanan luar jangka.

* Kerajaan akan terus memperhebat pelaksanaan 12 Bidang Keberhasilan Utama Ekonomi (NKEA) negara.

* RM3 bilion diperuntukkan bagi pelaksanaan Projek Permulaan, termasuk RM1.5 bilion bagi projek pertanian seperti kelapa sawit, getah, herba bernilai tinggi dan padi.

Tema Bajet 2013 : “Memakmur Negara, Mensejahtera Rakyat: Sebuah Janji Ditepati”
Jumlah Bajet 2013 : RM251.6 bilion
Perbelanjaan Operasi : RM201.9 bilion

Perbelanjaan Pembangunan : RM49.7 bilion


Total expenditure - RM249.7 bil, down 1.1 percent, but 7.2 percent higher than 2012 initial budget

Deficit - Expected to go down by 0.5% to 4% in 2013. Target is to reach 3 percent by 2015
Federal government debt 2012 - RM502.4 bil (highest in history) or 53.7 percent (highest since early 1990s)
Government revenue RM208.6 bil, up RM1.4 bil
Government estimated to have overspent RM19.6 bil in 2012
Small and medium industries

RM1 bil SME development scheme
Group insurance for petty traders with maximum RM5,000 coverage
New loan facilities for petty traders

Target for Visit Malaysia Year 2013/2014: 26.8 mil tourist
Three-year tax holiday for tourism companies handing 750 foreign tourists and 1,500 local tourists.

RM705 mil for replanting, technology development, smallholder assistance and product development, particularly for oil palm.
RM200 monthly allowance, 10 to 20 sen/kilo income support and up to RM100,000 coverage for fishermen
RM2.4 bil in subsidies and incentives for rice plantations.

10-year tax holiday for Tun Razak Exchange companies, expected to attract 250 companies related to finance sector
Skim Jaminan Modal Kerja expanded for companies with shareholdings worth RM20 mil, and offered up to Dec 31, 2013
RM350 mil for entreprenuers under TEKUN programme, including RM50 mil for the Indian community
SME Bank bumiputera fund - RM1 bil
Bumiputera equity holding up: 23%
Education and labour

RM1 bil to improve school infrastructure
RM1.2 bil for pre-schools under government programmes including Permata
RM10,000 launching grants for private pre-school operators
Five-year tax holiday and building allowance for pre-school operators
Six pilot pre-schools for the disabled
RM3.7 bil for vocational training
Additional allocation of RM500 million for training of teachers in core subjects: Bahasa Malaysia, English, Science and Maths
Free health checks, twice a year, for Perkeso members
Research and development

RM600 million R&D grants for five universities. Focus: Nanotechnology, automotive, bio-technology and aerospace technology
Tax holiday for research and development investment (10-year tax holiday for statutory earnings)
RM2 billion for green technology scheme
Pensioners and senior citizens

Minimum pension for those who served at least 25 years up from RM720 to RM820.
50 percent off passport fees for senior citizens starting Jan 2013
Armed forces

RM200 a month incentives for armed forces personnel
Allowance hike from RM4.00 to RM7.80 an hour for reserve corps and territorial army
One-off payment of RM1,000 for army veterans who served for at least 21 years, where 224,000 will qualify.
Insurance coverage of up to RM15,000 for police and army.

RM591 million for crime prevention
1,000 motorcycles for the police neighbourhood patrol unit.
Additional 10,000 volunteer police
496 CCTV in 25 local councils
RM10,000 grants for neighbourhood associations for patrols
New uniforms for 300,000 Rela members
Incentives for companies that install security systems
Additional 150 staff for Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)
RM20 million for legal aid
Rural development

RM88 million for Orang Asli development
40,000 water tanks for those in the interiors of Sabah and Sarawak
19,000 homes to get electricity and 24,000 homes to get tap water
441 kilometers of new rural roads

RM100 million to improve 350 government clinics
70 more Klinik 1Malaysia to be established, increasing total number to 240.
Youth and sports

Velodrom in Seremban, Negri Sembilan and a Badminton Academy in Bukit Kiara,Kuala Lumpur
Subsidy of two percent of interest rates business loans for young entrepreneurs for loans up to RM100,000
RM200 rebate for smart phone purchase for those aged 21 to 30 years.
Public transport

Half price Komunter fares for those earning less than RM3,000 a month.
Formation of RapidKuantan.

Affordable housing - 123,000 units to be built, in areas such as Sungai Buloh and seremban
First home scheme - income cap raised from RM3,000 to RM5,000. Join income limit is RM10,000. Applies only for houses below RM400,000
Up to 50 percent stamp duty exemption for first home owners until Dec 14, 2014
Real property gains tax (RPGT) for properties sold within two years of purchase raised to 15%; 2-5 years 10%. No RPGT for properties sold five years after purchase
Tax breaks and incentives for contractors and banks who offer loans to contractors to revive abandoned housing projects. Original buyers of abandoned projects will be exempted from stamp duty for loan refinancing or ownership transfer agreements
Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M 2.0)

RM500 cash for households with combined income of RM3,000 or less
RM250 cash for unmarried individuals who are 21 and above and earning RM2,000 and below
Disbursement - Early 2013
Subsidi cuts

Sugar prices to increase as a result of subsidy cuts by RM0.20. New prices are RM2.50 per kilo for Peninsular Malaysia and RM2.60 per kilo for Sabah and Sarawak.
Tax cuts

1% tax reduction for those with a taxable income of RM2,500 to RM50,000
Tax cuts for corporations

RM10,000 rebates and 2% interest subsidy on loans to purchase new school buses, to replace buses which are 25 years or more. (Capacity 12 to 18 seats)
RM2.6 bil in welfare aid for schoolchildren
One-off payment of RM100 for each primary and secondary school student
20% discount for National Higher Education Fund (PTPTN) loans for those who pay off the entire amount outstanding (valid until Sept 30, 2013)
10% discount for PTPTN loan repayment for those who pay consistently
100 neighbourhood internet centres
Civil service bonus

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