Teh & Partners
We are committed to adopt mature technologies in order to connect with our valued clients with timely, sufficient and cost effective business information.
GST Consultant Services
GST started on 1 April 2015. There are many GST changes after the commencement date to accommodate to dynamic business environments. However, SME with limited resources and supports are facing problems to understand and to keep track with the GST changes even though SME will face huge compounds.
Teh & Partners was established since 2005. The Company is a result-oriented boutique professional firm. We have a team of qualified, trained up-to-date, reliable and service-oriented individuals who are committed in providing forward looking solutions to business entrepreneurs. We believe all business entrepreneurs shall enjoy the luxury of consultation before making impactful business decisions.
Teh & Partners takes a project-based approach to deliver the five (5) pillars of services to our valued clients. This approach enables us to provide consultation to clients with consideration on impacts from multiple perspectives.
Teh & Partners is seriously harmonizing traditional professional knowledge with new technology intelligences. We are committed to adopt mature technologies in order to connect with our valued clients with timely, sufficient and cost effective business information.
Latest TAX RULING ON FOREIGN CURRENCY TRANSACTION (dated 13 December 2019)
Foreign currency transactions are facilitated & accelerated by booming Ecommerce platform. Wrong treatment of forex gain/loss will make you pay WRONG amount of TAX now or suffer TAX PENALTY in the future.read more
Extraction from latest TAX RULING ON BENEFITS IN KIND (dated 12 December 2019) – which benefits in kind are not taxable & who can not claim these exemptions
Knowing which benefits in kind are not taxable & who can not claim these exemptions are essential to bosses, HR practitioners & employees. Which benefits in kind are not taxable? Who can not claim tax exemption on benefits in kind Source: http://www.hasil.gov.my/ [box...read more
Bank Negara Malaysia Explains: What is Cash Transaction Limit (CTL) (November 2019)
Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is proposing to set a cash transaction limit (CTL) of RM25,000 for each cash transaction in 2020. Please find below a briefing on CTL by National Coordination Committee to Counter Money Laundering (NCC)
国家银行提议, 明年设定每笔现金交易上限 (CTL) 为2万5000令吉. 以下为”国家反洗钱协调委员会(NCC)”最近关于CTL的简介.read more
Latest SST Guide on Information Technology Services (dated 25 June 2019)
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Revised Guidelines on Taxation of Electronic Commerce Transactions
The following revised guidelines on Ecommerce transactions are giving some useful examples on the interrelationships on the following: 1) E-commerce income derivation 2) Royalty 3) Section 4A of ITA 1967 special classes of income received by a non- resident person 4)...read more
Salary Income Less Than RM34K – may need to submit tax form. Why?
A taxpayer with salary income less that RM34,000 may need to submit tax form in the following situations: 1) Taxpayer has other sources of income. The total income is more than RM34,000. 2) Taxpayer choose to make join assessment with his/her spouse, their total...read more
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