I was looking through the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia's website today, and I found this under 'Types Of Income Chargeable To Tax':
(i) Gains or profits from a business for whatever period of time carried on.
(ii) Gains or profits from an employment.
(iii) Dividends, Interests or Discounts.
(iv) Rents, Royalties or Premiums.
(v) Pensions, annuities or other periodical payments not falling under any of the foregoing paragraphs.
(vi) Gains or profits not falling under any of the foregoing paragraphs.
(vii) Special classes of income.
Upon reading vi and vii, I just had to wonder...
Why did they bother listing i, ii, iii, iv, and v at all?