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Managing Withholding Tax: Analysing the Transaction and Issues
The Malaysia Income Tax Act 1967 places obligations on taxpayers to withhold tax when making certain payments to non-residents. Failure to do so in a timely manner could attract late payment penalties. As transactions are becoming more cross border in nature, understanding the practical issues related to withholding tax will be essential to avoid penalties being imposed for non-compliance.

CCH Executive Events presents a workshop to help you navigate through the maze of key issues related to withholding tax and cross border transactions. Get practical pointers on how to analyze a transaction for withholding tax obligations. Learn how double tax agreement provisions can help mitigate this tax risk. Uncover practical strategies to minimise withholding tax. Illustrated with case studies and practical examples, you will walk away with an understanding of the tax law applicable to withholding tax and the critical issues that should be taken into consideration when entering into agreements with non-residents.
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Source : CCH Malaysia
Date of  Event : Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Original Title : Managing Withholding Tax: Analysing the Transaction and Issues
Venue of the Event : E and O Hotel, Penang
Organizer of the Event : CCH Malaysia
Event Fees : RM1250.00, Early Bird and member discounts available
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