Individuals who are resident and with employment income must submit their taxes by April 30. Failure to do so by the stipulated date will result in penalties.
The earlier you submit your returns, the faster you will get your refunds (if any).
Here’s a guide that you can refer to for filing personal income tax claims for the Year of Assessment 2017. But before you proceed with doing so, you want to know…
If you are a resident of Malaysia earning :
- Above RM34,000 per year (after EPF deductions) or RM2,833. 33 per month (after EPF deductions)
- Above RM38,202.25 per year (before EPF deductions) or RM3,183.52 per month (before EPF deductions)