Tax Filing Services in Malaysia

Avoid penalties and back taxes by hiring us to help you close your annual compliance cycle right.

Do Your Tax Right The First Time, And You’ll Have Minimal Hassles Later!

Engaging our tax compliance services involves two processes: hiring us; and getting you to comply with your tax obligations.

Step 1: Hiring Us

Assuming that you’re interested, the process begins as follows:

  1. you’ll contact us, and we’ll discuss with you about the services that you’ll need, which will end with us issuing a quotation that lists the agreed services and their respective fees;
  2. agreeing to our quotation, you’ll mail us back the quotation with your signature on it;
  3. you’ll inform your current tax agent of decision to replace him or her with our tax agent via an official later (template is available);
  4. you’ll officially appoint our tax agent with an official letter (template is available);
  5. we’ll accept the appointment, and we’ll send you an engagement letter to begin our service; and
  6. we’ll collect all tax documents from your last tax agent in order to begin the process of helping you to settle your tax obligation.

Step 2: Have Your Tax Documentation Prepared

Once we have all your tax documents, we’ll review them and map out all every task to be done in order to achieve your annual compliance.

Tax compliance essentially involves two things: drafting the right tax documentation correctly for submissions, and making your tax payments. Our services covers mainly the former, which impacts the latter as correct documentations guide you on amounts that you must pay.

Having said that, once we’ve planned out what documentations, and thus payments, must be made, we’ll prepare, and issue a series of checklists of source documents that we’ll need from you.

Once we’ve collected the needed documents, we’ll review them, and guide you on the payments to be made and when. By the 7th month after the your annual accounts closed, we’ll issue you a tax return, which you may use to in your tax filing, thereby closing your annual tax obligation compliance cycle for that year, whilst the cycle for this year begins and our services continues.

How many submission dates for my tax filing are there?

There are 6 main tax filing forms that you must submit yearly. Three forms are submitted the year following the Year of Assessment (YA). For example, for YA 2022, the forms are to be submitted in 2023.

EntityType of SubmissionFormDue Date
Companies
Income tax returnForm CWithin 7 months from the date following closing of financial year
Estimated tax payableForm CP 20430 days before the beginning of the basis period
Revised estimated tax payableForm CP 204AIn the 6th or/ and 9th month of the basis period
Particulars of payment made to agent, dealer or distributorForm CP 5831 March
Sales tax and service tax return, payment of tax dueForm SST-02Last day of the month following the end of the taxable period or 30 days from the end of the taxable period (where taxable period is varied)
Employers
Return of remuneration by an employerForm E31 March
Statement of remuneration for private employeesEA Form28 or 29 February
Notification of departure from the country of an employee (expatriate)Form CP 21Not less than 30 days before the expected date of employee's departure
Notification of new employeeForm CP 22Within 30 days from the employment commencement date
Tax clearance form for cessation of employment of private sector employeesCP 22ANot less than 30 days before the cessation
Individuals
Without business income - ResidentForm BE/ BT30 April
Without business income - Non-residentForm M/ MT30 April
With business income - ResidentForm B/ BT30 June
With business income - Non-residentForm M/ MT30 June
PartnershipForm P30 June
Deceased person's estate/ Association
Without business incomeForm TP/ TF30 April
With business incomeForm TP/ TF30 June
General
PaymentForm CP 500Within 30 days from the date payable (Tarikh Kena Bayar)
PaymentForm CP 20415th day of each month

How is pricing determined for this service?

The prices of our tax compliance service are not fixed. Lots of factors must be considered before finalising the fees, including:

Nevertheless, we could share with you some bits about our pricing. The fees are generally categorised between personal tax compliance services and corporate tax compliance services, which are basically two different markers.

Personal tax compliance services are mainly provided to individuals or natural persons (as opposed legal persons such as a company, local or foreign, business owner or otherwise), Joint Management Body, Management Corporation, and Joint Management Corporation.

Corporate tax compliance services are mainly provided to companies, cooperatives, and limited liability partnerships.

  • the type industry of your company;
  • the size and turnover of your company or business; and
  • the level of tax risks that your company or business bears.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How would you help me manage my tax obligations?

In general, we’d help you with your tax obligation management with addressing following:

1. Tax risks management – which involves assessing:
a) the tax implication of your business transactions; or
b) the tax deductibility of your business expenses;

2. Technicality – which involves checking your business transactions from a technical perspective in order to confirm: whether it meets tax deduction conditions;
it qualifies for the claim of capital allowance; or
that the characteristic of an income for taxability under the tax legislations.

3. Practicality – which deals with finding and advising you on improving any areas of your business practice that could lead to ambiguity in terms interpretation of taxability or tax deductibility, and thus spark disagreements with tax authorities and

4. Sufficiency of documentation – which deals with helping you to ensure that you have retained complete documentations to substantiate tax deductibility claim.

How long should I keep documentation for?

Documentations are very important in tax obligation for a taxpayer as under the law, it requires the taxpayer to keep the documentations for at least 7 years. Furthermore, it is one of the important factors in supporting the tax treatment of a business transaction. The lack of complete documentations may result in a disadvantage to a taxpayer as the onus to prove in substantiating the tax deductibility and taxability of a transaction lies with the taxpayer.

What are the annual tax forms that I must submit after year of assessment ended?

The forms that you must submit are as follows:
– EA Form to each employee by 28 February;
– Form E by 31 March; and
– Form C by the end of the 7th month after financial year end.

How about the other three forms?

The three other forms pertain to your company’s tax estimates, and they are as follows:
– the 1st form must be submitted 1 month before the financial year begins;
– the 2nd form is the 1st revised tax estimates, which must be submitted on the 6th month of the following year.
– the 3rd form is the 2nd revised tax estimates, which must be submitted on the 9th month of the following year.

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