Income tax e-filing for 2020 starts March 1


IRB said first time e-Filing users are required to obtain the PIN number at its branches or by filling in the Feedback Form on its website. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: The submission of the Income Tax Return Form for 2020 via e-Filing for forms E, BE, B, M, BT, MT, TF and TP will begin on March 1.

In a statement today, the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) said the e-Filing system could be accessed via the IRB’s official website at www.hasil.gov.my > MyTax > ezHasil Services > e-Filing.

It said first time users are required to obtain the PIN number at IRB’s branches or by filling in the Feedback Form on its website.

It also urged taxpayers to submit their return form and pay the income tax via the stipulated time to avoid any penalty.

The IRB expected to receive up to 530,000 E forms from registered employers, and around 3.27 million BE, B, BT, M and MT forms from individuals with Monthly Tax Deduction and CP500 instalments.

Taxpayers could refer to the Return Form Filing Programme for the year 2021 as guidance in filling in their tax return forms, the statement said.

For further enquiries or feedback, taxpayers can contact the Hasil Care Line at 03-8911 1000 / 603-8911 1100 (overseas) or fill in an online form. – Bernama

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