As such, the IRB has amended the Form CP to allow a taxpayer to inform the IRB of its ‘SME’ status without furnishing the estimate of tax payable. A similar. e-Filing of Form CP AND CPA For the purpose of tax administration, the IRB has confirmed that SMEs are still required to submit the Form CP Continuation from Income Tax Deadlines for Companies (Part 1) 4. Revision of estimates A revised estimate of tax payable may be furnished to.
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Under the SAS, cp24 have the responsibility to calculate and then pay any taxes which are due to the government. It is an act that should be carried out voluntarily by everyone who is liable for tax.
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Nevertheless, to ensure compliance, the Inland Revenue Board IRB carries out tax audits on a selective basis to verify the information provided by taxpayers.
The SAS is a total process change from the previous formal assessment system. The notice of assessment is sent to the taxpayer and based on the tax raised in the Notice of Assessment, payment must be made accordingly.
The SAS includes the requirement to estimate the tax to fkrm paid for the cpp204 year and make monthly payments accordingly. The following article explains the obligations of companies in complying with the income tax filing deadlines under the SAS.
Estimate of tax payable and payment by instalments. Under the SAS, every company is required to determine and submit in a prescribed form Form CP an estimate of its tax payable for a year of assessment, 30 days before the beginning of the basis period. Its basis period for YA will be from 1 July to 30 June 12 months.
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It would be required to submit fkrm estimate of its tax payable for YA by 1 June ie thirty days before the beginning of the basis period. However, when a company first commences operations i. It will commence operations on 1 February Its basis period will be 1 February to 31 December 11 months.
It would be required to submit an estimate of its tax payable for YA by 30 April ie within three months from the date of commencement of operations. A company is still required to submit the prescribed Form CP within the stipulated deadline even if it expects its estimate of tax payable to be Nil. A SME which is exempted from furnishing an estimate of tax payable mentioned above is advised to submit the prescribed Form CP notifying the IRB of its SME status without having to state the amount of estimate of tax payable for that particular year of assessment to avoid any penalty for under-estimation of tax or penalty for non-submission being wrongly imposed by the IRB.
Any company which, without reasonable excuse fails to submit the estimate of tax payable for a year of assessment shall be guilty of an offence and upon conviction, be liable to a fine ranging from RM to RM2, or face imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or both.
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The estimate of tax payable submitted for a particular year cannot be less than the revised estimate or the estimate of tax payable if no revised estimate was submitted for the immediately preceding year of cp024. When the estimate of tax payable has been submitted to the IRB, the company is required to remit this amount to the IRB in equal monthly instalments according to the firm of months in its basis period.
For example, if a company has a month basis period, the estimate of tax payable must be paid over a month instalment scheme. Its basis period for YA is from 1 July to 30 June The estimated tax payable of C Sdn. The first instalment will be due on 10 August However, where a company first firm operations i.
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About Richard Richard Oon Hock Chye has more than 25 years of experience in taxation and business advice, with formm expertise in Malaysian property law. It is a member of the MSI Global Alliance, a global network of more than independent legal and accounting firms, in over countries. Richard sits on the board of two companies listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia, as an independent non-executive director.
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