Monday, 2 May 2016

Seminar Unclaimed Money Act 1965

Sometimes it is good to get out of the office to learn something new like attending a seminar.  Being in the Accounts Department, 95% of the time I have to face the computer to get my job done, that requires me to sit down most of the time in the office.  

We hardly got the chance to attend seminars except those attendance are compulsory and free ones. Me and my other other colleague went for a seminar organised by the Jabatan Akauntan Negara last week at their office situated at 9th Floor of Wisma Perindustrian along Tanjung Lipat, Likas.  It was a half day seminar without charge, most of the time they provide light refreshment, which is good.
It was the first time I went to Wisma Perindustrian.  Before driving there, I asked my SIL who works at the same building at where I should park.  I arrived there early, I took the opportunity to take the view of Tanjung Lipat from the 9th floor. This is the coastline leading to Yayasan Sabah.
 
a view away from the coastline
and the parking lot where I parked my car, it is in front of the Sabah Trade Centre
A leaflet from a developer promoting their apartments project at the lift in Wisma Perindustrian  
This seminar is very useful for businesses and also individuals, a lot of us thought that the monies that we placed in the bank which has became inactive and dormant are gone forever, in fact we could  claim our money back from Jabatan Akauntan Negara, we just have to get confirmation from the bank that our money has been submitted to Jabatan Akauntan Negara.
of course, there are certain documents that we have to submit to make our claims.

This is guide book that we received from the seminar, I have yet to read more in detail. 

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this useful info.

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  2. If only I have unclaimed money lol! Good info, thanks.

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  3. Always nice to have a change! Especially if refreshments are served.

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  4. I agree that seminars are definitely good to attend and learn something new otherwise they wouldn't charge so much. I enjoyed the earlier years when I had the chance to attend seminars in overseas as well which was like a holiday break for me.

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  5. Money in the bank can become inactive and gone? Really?

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    1. the money will not be gone, it will be remitted to Jabatan Akauntan, you can claim back from there.

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