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Please be informed that the deadline for submission of the first GST-03 return and payment for quarterly taxable period is on or before 31 July 2015 for GST Registered Business where his first taxable period is from 1 April 2015 – 30 June 2015 as indicated in the Registration approval letter. The deadline above has been extended to on or before 14 August 2015. Failure to submit by such date would result in an assessment to be undertaken by the Customs Department under Section 43 of the GST Act 2014.

 

There is no extension of payment and submission of GST-03 returns for GST Registered Business whose taxable period is monthly.

 

Source: RMCD

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Please be informed that our Malaysia office will be closed on 18/06/2015 (Thursday), for Awal Ramadan 2015 holiday.


Business shall resume on 19/06/2015 (Friday).

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Please be informed that the deadline for submission of the first returns is on or before 31 May 2015 for GST Registered Business where his first taxable period is from 1 April 2015 - 31 April 2015 as indicated in the registration approval letter.

 

The deadline above has been extended to on or before 14 June 2015. Failure to submit by such date would result in an assessment to be undertaken by the Customs Department under Section 43 of the GST Act 2014.

 

Source: RMCD-GST

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Step 1: Click HERE for Royal Malaysian Customs Department website

Step 2: Click on "Check For GST Registered Company (By Company Registration, Company name or GST Number)"

GST 1

Step 3: Choose one from the three GST Status Lookup and fill in the info

GST 2

Step 4: Press "Enter"

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Goods and Services Tax (GST Malaysia) will be implemented with effective from 1 April 2015 and GST rate is fixed at 6 (%) per cent.  Sales tax and service tax will be abolished. Currently, Sales tax and service tax rates are 10% and 6% respectively.

 

GST will not be imposed on piped water and first 200 units of electricity per month for domestic consumers and Transportation services such as bus, train, LRT, taxi, ferry, boat, highway tolls as well as education and health services are exempted from GST.