LHDN gets ‘friendlier’ with some help


Spreading the word: LHDN and SushiVid are collaborating on a guided step-by-step workshop to educate influencers about e-filing and the possibility that they are taxable.

PETALING JAYA: The Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) is adopting a “friendly approach” when it comes to taxing income earned by “influencers”, who typically make a living by endorsing products or services on social media.

For a start, LHDN wants to create more awareness that influencers are taxable when their earnings, whether in cash or in kind, cross a certain threshold.

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