Malaysia GST Seminar (English) 马来西亚消费税讲座（中文）
“THE MOST PRACTICAL GST SEMINARS FOR SMEs”
Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Malaysia has been effective since April 1, 2015 with 6% tax rate. A number of updates has been announced after that as well. Businesses, particularly SMEs, are facing complex rules and regulations, limited resources and a need for greater discipline in capturing transactions and maintaining financial records, and may struggle with reporting GST efficiently. GST is not a tax to be underestimated as repeated errors can soon accumulate to significant liabilities, especially with the potentially steep penalties announced in the GST Act.
At M.S. Wong & Co., we understand the difficulties businesses face and our seminars are geared to explain GST in simple terms, offering practical advice and sharing common issues. Our experience gained from conducting numerous seminars and involvement in implementation projects will be shared with our participants.
We also provide GST Consultancy and Advisory Services to support our clients. To find out more, please click here.
AVAILABLE GST SEMINARS
- Date: 15th August 2017 (Tue) & 16th August 2017 (Wed)
- Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Venue: Holiday Villa, Johor Bahru
- Language: Mandarin (with English Notes)
- Price: RM424 per pax (One Day) (Early Bird)
- RM742 per pax (Two Days) (Early Bird)
- RM530 per pax (One Day)
- RM954 per pax (Two Days)
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- Construction Industry
- Trading Industry
- Manufacturing Industry
- Travel Industry
- Logistics Industry
- Employees Benefits Planning and GST
Wong Wen Tak
B.A. Economics and Management (Oxford University)
Fellow Chartered Accountant of ICAEW (UK)
Wen Tak started his career with PwC London where he worked for almost 4 years. During this time, he had experience in statutory external audit, IFRS implementation, Sarbanes-Oxley implementation, and worked extensively with a number of multinationals including Unilever and Glaxosmithkline. Following this, he worked as an Internal Auditor for G4S plc, the largest security company in the world, primarily responsible for the Asia, Africa and Middle East region and reporting directly to the Head of Internal Audit in the Head Office. During this time, he had the opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of best practices and cultures; as well as learning to adopt a business-focused and effective approach to assurance and providing business advice.
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Simon has more than 10 years of working experience in accounting and audit, of which 6 years were with a Chartered Accountant firm in UK. During his employment in UK, he was responsible for his clients’ VAT computation and reconciliation, company tax computation, statutory audit and tax investigations. In 2008, he joined a medium audit firm in Sarawak, Philip Tong & Co. (PTC), who is associated with one of the top 10 international firms, Folks DFK & Co., for 4 years. During his career in PTC, he was engaged with the audit of SME companies as well as subsidiaries of listed companies.