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What should Budget 2024 bring to the table? BT Money Hacks (Ep 161)

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These are trying times and all eyes are on Budget 2024, especially since rumours abound that it could be an ‘election Budget’. Howie Lim finds out what various industry experts think.

Synopsis: Every first, third and fifth Monday of the month, The Business Times breaks down useful financial tips.

Highlights of the conversation: 

02:26 New tax incentives for corporates

05:31 To boost sustainability efforts

06:16 GE and elevated cost of living

08:12 Have Budgets done enough already?

10:31 What if wish lists don’t materialise?

Written and hosted by: Howie Lim (howielim@sph.com.sg)

With Tan Wen Wei, analyst, Asia at EIU; Gene Kwee, partner, head of tax APAC at Mazars; and Yong Jiahao, partner, IGH & manufacturing, tax, KPMG in Singapore

Edited by: Howie Lim & Claressa Monteiro

Produced by: Howie Lim & Emily Liu

Engineered by: Joann Chai Pei Chieh

A podcast by BT Podcasts, The Business Times, SPH Media

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