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Malaysia GST & Business Preparation Training (Penang)

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Come 1st April 2015, Malaysia will adopt GST system to follow the footsteps of many other countries in the world. The mechanism may look simple on paper but its impact on businesses, big and small, can be significant in term of cash, cash flows and compliance. The long list of zero-rated supplies and exempt supplies will only add to the complication in practice. It is advisable to understand and be prepared for GST from now on. It is not wise not to pay serious attention to it.

The immediate task ahead is for companies to acquire the correct knowledge of GST and to start getting ready for GST implementation. The countdown has just started.

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Malaysia GST & Business Preparation Training (Penang)

  1. 1. Malaysia Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Business Preparation Date : 26/06/2014 (Thursday) Venue : Bayview Hotel, Penang. Come 1st April 2015, Malaysia will adopt GST system to follow the footsteps of many other countries in the world. The mechanism may look simple on paper but its impact on businesses, big and small, can be significant in term of cash, cash flows and compliance. The long list of zero-rated supplies and exempt supplies will only add to the complication in practice. It is advisable to understand and be prepared for GST from now on. It is not wise not to pay serious attention to it. The immediate task ahead is for companies to acquire the correct knowledge of GST and to start getting ready for GST implementation. The countdown has just started. GST Co-organized by:
  2. 2. Part 1 - Malaysia GST (based on proposed laws and guidelines issued by Royal Customs of Malaysia) • GST as a consumption tax • Input tax and output tax mechanism • Scope of GST • Type of supply: Standard rated, Zero rated & Exempt supplies • Goods excluded from input tax credit • Deemed supplies • Transfer of going concern • Registration under GST (small business, group and branches) • Bad debt relief Part 2 - GST Impacts and Business Preparation • Transitional provisions • Non-reviewable contracts • Possible issues for certain industries and transactions • import and export of goods • international services • mixed supplies (partial exemption) • inter-company transaction • others • Invoicing, accounting and reporting for GST and system considerations • Internal GST implementation project - key considerations Check out other trainings at www.brightmoon.com.my Malaysia Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Business Preparation The Trainer • Charted Accountant (MIA, CPA) • Leading GST business preparation projects for multi-national companies and SMEs (small, medium enterprises) in Malaysia • 28 years in various financial capacities in oil & gas company Co-organized by:
  3. 3. Malaysia GST and Business Preparation REGISTRATION FORM Please [X] the appropriate checkboxes. Delegate 1 Full name as per I/C (Dato’/ Datin/ Dr/ Mr/ Mrs/ Ms): Designation Email [ ] Vegetarian Meal DELEGATES’ DETAILS Organization Industry Contact Person Address Tel Fax Email Invoice Attention to Authorized Signature & Company Stamp ORGANIZATION’S DETAILS PAYMENT DETAILS TERMS & CONDITIONS PROGRAMME FEE Payable via cheque or direct banking: • Cheque payable to BRIGHTMOON CONSULTING & TRAINING • Direct Banking to CIMB Account: Brightmoon Consulting & Training (A/C No: 86-0084685-8) Fee includes printed course materials, lunch and 2 tea breaks per day. Admittance will only be permitted upon showing proof of full payment. Registration made by fax must be followed immediately by payment. CANCELLATION Upon registering, delegate(s) are considered successfully enrolled in the event. Should delegate(s) decide to cancel their enrolment; a written cancellation or email is required and a cancellation fee will be levied. Written cancellation notice received: • Less than ten (10) working days before the event, a refund (less 20% administrative fee) will be made. • For no show on the event, full payment is required. You can substitute alternate delegate(s) if the registered delegate(s) is unable to attend. DISCLAIMER Brightmoon Consulting & Training reserves the right to change the venue, dates and speaker(s) or to cancel the programme should circumstances beyond its control arises. In the event of cancellation, a full refund will be paid within fourteen (14) working days upon receiving the authorised refund details from delegate(s). Upon signing the registration form, you are deemed to have read and accepted the terms and conditions. Payment by Cheque Bank & Cheque No: Amount RM: Direct Banking Please attach bank slip with application form. Delegate 2 Full name as per I/C (Dato’/ Datin/ Dr/ Mr/ Mrs/ Ms): Designation Email [ ] Vegetarian Meal Delegate 3 Full name as per I/C (Dato’/ Datin/ Dr/ Mr/ Mrs/ Ms): Designation Email [ ] Vegetarian Meal WORKSHOP SESSION VENUE Bayview Hotel, Penang. DATE 26/06/2014 (Thursday) TIME 9:00 am – 5:00 pm PROGRAMME DETAILS FEES Normal Rate : RM 700.00 Group Discount of 10% will be given when you register 3 or more delegates to the workshop. ENQUIRIES AND REGISTRATION Contact : Mr. Tai Mobile : +6012-609 9329 Contact : Mr. Ben Mobile : +6012-679 6390 Tel : +603-8064 4225 Fax : +603-8064 4335 Email : info@brightmoon.com.my Address : 6th Floor, Suite 16, IOI Business Park, Persiaran Puchong Jaya Selatan, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.

Come 1st April 2015, Malaysia will adopt GST system to follow the footsteps of many other countries in the world. The mechanism may look simple on paper but its impact on businesses, big and small, can be significant in term of cash, cash flows and compliance. The long list of zero-rated supplies and exempt supplies will only add to the complication in practice. It is advisable to understand and be prepared for GST from now on. It is not wise not to pay serious attention to it. The immediate task ahead is for companies to acquire the correct knowledge of GST and to start getting ready for GST implementation. The countdown has just started.

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