GST Chat


GST Chat: June 2017

GST Chat is Deloitte Malaysia's newsletter on Indirect Tax developments in GST and Customs. Get some of our insights on what we see as pressing issues for businesses in the world of Indirect Tax.

In our June 2017 issue, we cover:
  1. Changes to the Goods and Services Tax Orders
  2. Implication on rounding up of decimal points on GST amount for supplies made
  3. Consequences of non-filing of GST returns
  4. Snapshot of the Tourism Tax  

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GST Chat: June 2017
Indirect Tax Special Alert
Deloitte keeps you up to date with Malaysian indirect tax developments in GST, Customs and Global Trade in our Series of Special Alerts.
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Indirect Tax & Customs Alert: January 2017

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Thought Leadership


Tourism tax may further affect hotel occupancy rate — expert
13 June 2017
Deloitte Malaysia’s Indirect Tax Partner, Senthuran Elalingam was quoted in The Edge Markets, 13 June 2017 on the scope of tourism tax.
Read the special feature here.

Speaking Engagement

Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) GST Seminar - Latest Updates and Tax Audit Compliance
25 May 2017

The Sabah Representative Office of Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers organised a GST seminar at TH Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, on 25 May 2017, attended by 30 participants from various industries.
During the seminar, the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) representatives spoke on the latest GST updates and how to prepare a proper GST-03 for submission, whilst Koh Siok Kiat, Deloitte Malaysia’s Indirect Tax Clients and Markets Leader, was invited to share insights on filing an appeal through the GST Appeal Tribunal, common GST adjustments and dealing with GST adjustments.
Click here to view photos of the seminar.

Past Events

  1. GST Appeal Tribunal Workshop (East Malaysia) (17 & 19 May 2017)

Visit this page to view details about each past event.

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