This is 60 learning hour Practical Certification course. This course is designed to develop practical knowledge for working adults and fresh graduates who interested to gain hands-on experience on taxation and GST knowledge. The course is intends to gives the participants hands-on practice that is necessary for them to apply the fundamental skills and knowledge of taxation and GST in their workplace.
Malaysia will implement GST on 1st April 2015 and implementation of GST in Malaysia will increase the transparency of all business transactions where taxpayers are required under Income Tax Act to maintain proper records for the submission of tax return. This will cause the demand for accounting staff with practical income tax knowledge becomes increasingly crucial and will be an added advantage for accounts staff equipped with hand-on income tax knowledge.
This is a Certification course in Practical Taxation with special focus on the needs to develop participants’ practical skills in understanding of fundamental principles of Malaysia Income Tax Act and Public Ruling issued from Inland Revenue Department.
In addition, the Course also includes hands-on practice on the filing of Form B, BE, P and C.
Highlights of the Program
- The course focuses on developing the practical skills and knowledge on Malaysia Taxation and GST.
- The course has been designed by taking into consideration the needs of both working adults as well as fresh graduates.
- Experienced faculty members include experts from the industry and academic.
Structure of the Program
|CODE||Month One & Two||Study hours|
|TAX001||Malaysia Taxation||60 hours|
- Understand on the scope of charge of Malaysia Income Tax.
- Understand on the tax allowable and non-allowable expenditures incurred.
- To claim of tax relief on capital expenditure incurred for business.
- Proper manner of filing in various tax return forms and their due date.
To be awarded the Certificate of Practical Taxation and GST Malaysia, student will be required to complete continuous assessment (50%) and a written examination at the end of the academic session (50%).