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Malaysia to Adopt E-Invoicing to Improve Tax Collection Efficiency and Reduce Fraud Risk

Updated: Jun 5, 2023

Hello, I'm Mr Chin from CCS, and thank you for watching this AI-created video clip.

The Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia plans to introduce e-invoicing in 2024.

This move aims to increase efficiency in tax collection and reduce the risk of tax evasion.

Starting in June 2024, the e-invoicing system will be mandatory for entities with a reporting turnover of RM100 million and above.

From January 2025, it will be mandatory for entities with a reporting turnover of RM50 million and above.

From January 2026, it will be mandatory for entities with a reporting turnover of RM25 million and above.

From 2024 to 2026, other entities reporting turnover below the threshold can choose voluntary implementation during these periods.

Finally, from January 2027, it will be mandatory for all companies to adopt the e-invoicing system.

You must be wondering what e-invoicing is [IRB to Introduce e-Invoicing in 2024].

It is important to note that e-invoicing differs from sending invoices as PDFs via email or other commonly used methods.

E-invoicing, or electronic invoicing, is a digital process that lets the accounting systems of both a supplier and a customer automatically share invoice information.

Simply put, instead of sending invoices by email or other traditional methods, the information is sent through a third-party network, which the government or tax authority may administer.

From the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia's point of view, this billing method reduces the chance of mistakes and fraud.

But, at this moment, we have to wait for the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia to officially announce how e-invoicing will be used in their plan to put it into place.

大家好,我是 CCS 的 Mr Chin,感谢大家观看这个由 AI 制作的视频片段。

马来西亚内陆税收局计划在 2024 年推出电子发票(e-invoicing)系统。








需要注意的是,所谓的电子发票,不是指我们通过电子邮件或其他常见方法所发送的 PDF 发票。







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