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15 NOV 2023 | 12.00 H
KUALA LUMPUR: The estate planning industry in Malaysia is expected to grow in the coming years, as more Malaysians are now realising the importance of having a will.
It is estimated that more than 85 per cent of eligible Malaysians do not have a will, which is an essential tool for managing one's assets after death.
Rockwills International Group Group chief executive officer Azhar Iskandar Hew said there is still a huge demand for will services, particularly customised wills that meet the requirements of the testator's instructions.
29 OCT 2023 | 17.26 H
KUALA LUMPUR: The current challenge for the estate planning industry is not so much educating the public on the need for a will or trust as essential in estate planning but the tendency to procrastinate.
Rockwills International Group Group chief executive officer Azhar Iskandar Hew said the attitude that 'I will not die so soon' or 'I am still young' is often associated with the young and continues to exist among parents with young children and the elderly.
"There is also the misconception about estate planning that it is for the rich only. Estate planning caters for the man on the street.
"Procrastination to have a will written or completing an estate plan is another major stumbling block.
29 OCT 2023 | 12.00 H
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) is proposing several initiatives ahead of Budget 2024 to address the multifaceted challenges of estate planning and unclaimed funds.
MIEP is proposing that the government considers retaining and expanding the nominal stamp duty of RM10 for property transfer from a parent to their children or grandchildren.
According to the association, the measure has been proven effective in promoting responsible estate planning and reducing financial burdens on families.
9 OCT 2023 | 12.00 H
6 OCT 2023 | 12.00 H
The Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) announces its proposal for Budget 2024, aimed at supporting families and individual taxpayers in Malaysia.
With the focus of responsible estate planning and addressing issues of unclaimed monies, MIEP is proposing for the government to retain or expand the nominal stamp duty of property transfer from a parent to their children or grandchildren.
This will enable family members to inherit their immovable properties and reduce financial burdens on families.
5 OCT 2023 | 12.00 H
The Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) has called for the government to introduce policies that will help families and individual taxpayers in Budget 2024.
In a press release from MIEP released today, MIEP stated that they are continuing to advocate for policies that support families and individual taxpayers in Malaysia, complete with proposals for Budget 2024.
MIEP also stated that they have always been a champion for responsible estate planning, asset protection, and financial security for all Malaysians.
5 OCT 2023 | 12.00 H
13 FEB 2023 | 12.00 H
10 FEB 2023 | 12.00 H
MIEP calls for property stamp duty, tax reliefs in Budget 2023
The Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) has several proposals for the 2023 budget in Malaysia, aimed at supporting families and individual taxpayers in the country.
MIEP is proposing a nominal stamp duty of RM10 for property transfer from a parent to their children or grandchildren, with the purpose of enabling family members to inherit their immovable properties.
In additional, MIEP is proposing a personal tax relief of up to RM500 per individual tax payer for Will and Estate Planning expenses, with the aim of reducing unclaimed monies that are ballooning on a yearly basis.
14 FEB 2023 | 12.00 H
MIEP Proposed Initiatives Aimed at Supporting Families and Individual Taxpayers
The Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) is proud to announce its proposal for the 2023 budget in Malaysia, aimed at supporting families and individual taxpayers in the country.
MIEP is proposing a nominal stamp duty of RM10 for property transfer from a parent to their children or grandchildren, with the purpose of enabling family members to inherit their immovable properties. In addition, MIEP is proposing a personal tax relief of up to RM500 per individual tax payer for Will and Estate Planning expenses, with the aim of reducing unclaimed monies that are ballooning on a yearly basis.
10 FEB 2023 | 10.00 H
MIEP Wills Week activities feature in NAMLIFA newsletter eNADA
Thank you for featuring the MIEP Wills Week activities in the NAMLIFA newsletter eNADA.
We appreciate the opportunity to share information about this important initiative with your members and readers.
Your support helps to raise awareness and educate the public about the importance of having a valid and up-to-date will.
We look forward to continuing to work together to promote financial literacy and planning.
Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners
JAN 2023 | 10.00 H
THE IMPORTANT OF ISLAMIC ESTATE PLANNING
According to the Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners, 80% of Malaysians do not possess valid wills, with many having no idea what happens if their wishes aren’t followed after death. Ahmad Shareza, Head of Islamic Wealth Management and Business Development from Maybank Islamic talks about the importance of Islamic estate planning, what are some of the issues that could crop up, and how Maybank Islamic Wealth Management can assist you.
Produced by: Sim Wie Boon
Presented by: Sim Wie Boon
17 NOV 2022 | 09.30 H
According to the Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners, only 20% of Malaysians have written a will. We speak to a lawyer about why so few of us have a will, what goes into estate planning, and some of the factors that are often overlooked in will writing.
Produced by: Natasha Fusil
Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan
06 SEPT 2022 | 17:00 H
PETALING JAYA: Kira-kira 20% rakyat Malaysia mungkin mempunyai wasiat, tetapi tidak dapat dijamin ia sah, kata Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP).
Presiden MIEP See Kok Loong berkata, wasiat yang tidak sah biasanya dibuat pewasiat sendiri, yang mungkin tidak mengetahui apa yang dikehendaki dari segi undang-undang untuk menjadikannya sah.
PETALING JAYA: About 20% of Malaysians might have a will, but whether they are valid is another matter altogether, says the Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP).
MIEP president See Kok Loong said invalid wills were usually done by the testators themselves, who might not be aware of what was legally required for a valid will.
04 SEPT 2022 | 09:30 H
Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) sponsored by UNEEDWILL, collaborated with Employees Provident Fund (EPF), Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (PERKESO), Jabatan Ketua Pengarah Tanah dan Galian (JKPTG), and AmanahRaya launch the first ever Malaysia Wills Week 2022, starting 1 September until 9 September 2022.
Malaysia Wills Weeks 2022 is planned to be a yearly event, starting this year focusing on the importance of wills and wealth planning. With the theme: “If you were to leave the world today, what would you prepare for your family?”
02 SEPT 2022 | 11:00 H
02 SEPT 2022 | 09:00 H
Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) and the Malaysia My Second Home Consultants Association (MM2HCA) recently inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for further collaboration opportunities for mutual benefits for both organizations.
08 DEC 2021 | 20:18 H
PETALING JAYA: Newly formed Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP), which obtained approval from the Registrar of Society on June 16, 2021, is calling on estate planning practitioners to sign up as members.
29 JUL 2021 | 23:46 H