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Malaysia Tax Registration

Purposes of Tax Registration In almost every country of the world, tax registration is required by law. Tax registration is important because it enables the government of a country to keep track of everyone who is required to pay tax to the tax authorities of the country in question. It thus enables the government to […]

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Malaysia Corporate Tax

Malaysia’s Tax System Every country’s tax system involves various complex forms of taxation. Each of these forms of taxation play vital roles within the country’s tax system. Such is also the case in Malaysia. Among the primary forms of taxation in Malaysia are income tax, corporate tax, and sales and services tax (SST), among others. The maximum income tax rate […]

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All You Need to Know About Malaysia Taxes

Like many other jurisdictions, Malaysia has its own taxation system and the country’s taxes are evaluated on a current year basis and are under the self-assessment system for all taxpayers. This include all income accrued in, derived or remitted to Malaysia which is liable to tax. Having said that, the income of any person derived from sources outside Malaysia […]

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Sales and Service Tax Malaysia

The Sales and Service Tax Malaysia – also commonly referred to as SST Malaysia – came into effect on 1 September 2018 last year. With the introduction of the SST, the previous unpopular Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Malaysia was repealed.   While the GST formerly implemented a 6% tax rate in Malaysia on several goods and services, […]

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Malaysia Tax System

The purpose of a tax system in any country is to generate revenue for the government, who in turn are to use this money to fund their operations and better serve the public. Malaysia’s tax system is no different. In Malaysia, income tax is the government’s primary source of revenue, contributing approximately 50% of the […]

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