GST is slated to be introduced in Malaysia come 1 April 2015. How would the introduction of GST in Malaysia impact your business? Are your operations in Malaysia ready for GST?
Join us in our upcoming GST seminar to gain an overview of the GST rules in Malaysia.
Our tax practitioners from KPMG in Malaysia who are closely involved in the introduction of GST in Malaysia will share intricate knowledge and insight of the tax as well as factors and operation needs to consider in getting your business ready for the tax.
The seminar provides an opportunity for participants to discuss their practical situations and how the tax may apply to their business operations and scenarios.
Topics to be covered include:
- Essential GST principles such as GST registration threshold, types of supplies, input tax eligibility and apportionment
- List of exempt supplies and qualifying conditions for zero-rating
- Deeming of output tax on gifts of goods, provision of accommodation / office space to staff and business associates, and provision of free services
- Reverse charge rules in relation to procurement of services from overseas
- List of disallowed expenses
- GST reporting requirements
Why you should attend
- Gain knowledge of the GST regime and understand how it works
- Gain awareness of the factors to consider in getting ready for GST compliance
- Learn how to apply the correct GST treatment to your business transactions
- Learn the requirements relating to submission of GST returns
Who should attend
This seminar will be useful to individuals whose roles and duties require them to oversee business operations in or with Malaysia.
Executive Directors and Managers from KPMG in Malaysia and KPMG in Singapore, Indirect Tax practice.
Seminar fees qualify as approved expenditure under the Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme for Singapore taxpayers. Businesses are hence eligible for a 400 percent tax deduction or a 60 percent cash payout. This is subject to the relevant expenditure caps.
Please register now as seats are limited.
Tier 1 Firm for Tax Advisory (2014), Transfer Pricing (2014), Transactional Tax (2013) and Tax Planning (2013) – International Tax Review.
Please make cheque payable and mail it to KPMG Services Pte. Ltd., 16 Raffles Quay, #22-00 Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581. KPMG Services Pte. Ltd. will provide a tax invoice upon clearance of your cheque. Refunds will only be made if written notice is received no later than 16 January 2014. Please inform KPMG Services Pte. Ltd. of substitution(s) prior to the event date to avoid inconvenience. In circumstances beyond our control, we reserve the right to cancel the event, or make changes to the schedules, venue and speaker(s). Photography, audio, and/or video recording are not permitted during the event unless authorised by KPMG.