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GST Health Check

Workshop Leader Dato' Subromaniam Tholasy , Thenesh Kannaa, Annie Thomas

MYR1,378.00 (including SST)

Businesses have the responsibility to ascertain their level of GST risk to meet their GST compliance obligations. Often, thousands of transactions are made within a month and it is impossible to ensure each transaction is inspected before the submission of GST. Thus, businesses must be in the position to ensure proper self-assessment methods are in place within their organisation to ensure the effectiveness of their GST affairs.

Wolters Kluwer Executive Events presents this exclusive seminar that provides you with the techniques to identify high risk areas within GST transactions. This seminar also highlights the common and costly mistakes that businesses should avoid. Learn to identify additional measures you can take to reduce the risk of GST compliance failures.

Benefits of Attending

  • Business Impact: Identify key risks facing businesses and the costly mistakes to avoid
  • Gain Expert Knowledge: Get the latest updates and focus area of Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) on GST audit
  • Interactive: Opportunity to discuss issues with the speakers

Who Should Attend

  • CEOs/CFOs/COOs
  • Directors/General Managers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Financial Controllers
  • Finance and Accounts Directors/Managers
  • Tax Managers/Professionals
  • Tax Agents and Advisors
  • Accountants and Accounting Staff

Programme Outline

  1. Identifying and Mitigating Risks
  2. Top 8 Costly Mistakes from A Practitioner’s Perspective
  • Incorrect zero-rating for international services – overcoming the common myths
  • Barter trade – is this visible to the finance department?
  • Tripartite arrangements – is your tax invoice addressed to the right “customer”?
  • Lack of documentation requirements to claim input tax
  • Property investors – are you carrying on a business?
  • Price display, price list and quotations etc. – are you displaying the right amount?
  • Contractual terms – having a tax clause does not necessarily mean that you have transferred the tax burden to the customer
  • Income tax deductions and allowances in relation to GST borne by the business

           (Each item above is illustrated with one or more case studies)

       3. GST Key Audit Findings

       4. GST Latest Updates


  1. Dato' Subromaniam Tholasy - Deputy Director General, Royal Malaysian Customs Department
  2. Annie Thomas - Assistant Director, Royal Malaysian Customs Department
  3. Thenesh Kannaa - Partner,Thenesh, Renga & Associates (TraTax)


Receive a FREE copy of the Malaysia Master GST Guide 2015, 2nd Edition, co-authored by Thenesh Kannaa. This book provides a clear and concise explanation to the GST law, principles and practice focusing on key challenges arising from post implementation.

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