Income Tax Malaysia, Resident or Non Resident?

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  • Income Tax Malaysia, Resident or Non Resident?


Answer #1 | 23/08 2012 08:52
As you don't finish 182 days till JAN 2013, you will be considered as non-resident from Tax point of view. I am also sorry to say that 26% will be the charge for this year. From next year onwards it will be different(Less than 26%, depending on your salary). For this year you will not be getting back any refund. But yes if you can show some insurance or medical expenses here, you can get refund on basis of that. But the tax rate will be the same 26% on your taxable amount. Just you are reducing the figure of taxable amount by showing insurance and medical.
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