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The trade partnerships that have developed over the past decade will likely evolve into long-term strategic relationships between the two countries.
Effective management of indirect taxes in Malaysia has become increasingly important over the years, especially since the implementation of GST on 1 April 2015.
This enables us to identify and assess the risks that impact their business and achievement of goals.
The Finance Act 2017 has made some interesting changes to the Malaysian withholding tax regime, particularly with the widening of the withholding tax scope in relation to payment to non-residents in respect of services rendered offshore. Previously, only services rendered in Malaysia by non-residents were taxed. Another change sees the imposition of royalty withholding tax on any payment for the use of software to non-residents.
This 2-day workshop will guide participants through the relevant income tax principles that they would need to know for the preparation of tax provisions and computations. Practical examples, illustrations and recent case law/Public Rulings will be used to enable participants to relate and apply the tax principles to real life tax situations. This will also be supplemented by worked examples and case studies on corporate income tax and deferred tax computations.
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