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Istilah Percukaian, Second Edition

 

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Istilah Percukaian, Second Edition
Jun 2022
DUO (Hardback + ProView eBook), 200 pp


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About the Book
 
Correspondence with the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) on any appeal against tax assessments, as well as the compilation of documents in relation to tax appeals to the Special Commissioners of Income Tax (SCIT) and the courts require the use of Bahasa Melayu. The self-assessment system presently in operation with the attendant tax audits and investigations, inevitably involves a wide array of correspondence with the IRB on tax matters. On every occasion, it requires clear and precise explanation and justification of the tax position taken by the taxpayer. Succinct explanation with the accurate use of terminology is the first step on the winning path, enabling issues to be resolved amicably between the IRB and the taxpayer without resorting to the SCIT.
 
Istilah Percukaian provides an easy and complete reference to its users, allowing the accurate use and application of tax terms when handling tax matters. Cross-reference is made between Bahasa Melayu and English terms in two different arrangements, coupled with the grouping of relevant terms drawn from individual provisions of the Income Tax Act 1967. This third arrangement provides quick access to the relevant terms when users work on particular sections of the Act.
 
This handy reference is an essential resource in conducting every tax matter. Since its first publication in 2004, it has been completely revised to include every amendment made by the Finance Acts and the Income Tax (Amendment) Acts to make it a comprehensive reference source.
 
Key Features
  • Provides accurate translation of key taxation terms from the Income Tax Act 1967. 
  • Alternative translations are provided to suit the relevant contexts.
  • Alphabetically arranged English–Bahasa Melayu and Bahasa Melayu–English arrangements for convenient usage and reference.
  • Key terms also presented in section-by-section arrangement.
  • Relevant terms selected and translated by experienced tax expert.
  • Clear layout to facilitate easy reference. 
 

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