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TIN for all Categories of Taxpayers except the Individual and Employer Categories

Updated: Apr 7, 2023

Attention all taxpayers,

The Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia has informed us (being CTIM members) that the Tax Identification Number (TIN) format for all categories of taxpayers except for individual and employer categories has been changed.

This is in line with the implementation of the Tax Identification Number and changes to the internal system of the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia.

The new TIN format will be displayed in the system and e-services of the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia and will be as follows:

The TIN format changes are effective from 1 January 2023.

We advise all affected taxpayers to take note of this change and update their records accordingly to avoid any issues or delays in their tax matters.


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