Tax audit, investigation issues highlighted


“Some cannot even differentiate between the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) and Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMC), ” said KPMG Malaysia executive director Soh Lian Seng during a webinar and roundtable discussion on “Latest Development in Tax Compliance, Audit and Investigation” at the Annual Tax Symposium organised by Syarikat Ong.

PETALING JAYA: The management of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can experience confusion and fear when they receive letters from tax authorities.

“Some cannot even differentiate between the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) and Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMC), ” said KPMG Malaysia executive director Soh Lian Seng during a webinar and roundtable discussion on “Latest Development in Tax Compliance, Audit and Investigation” at the Annual Tax Symposium.

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