Personal Tax in Malaysia
- Tax Base For Residents and Non-Residents
- A non resident is subject to income tax in Malaysia for his income which only comes from Malaysian sources, at a uniform rate of 28% unless he works less than 61 days in the year or if his country of residence has concluded a double taxation agreement with Malaysia.
|Individual income tax||Progressive rates from 0% to 26%|
|Up to RM 2,500||0%|
|RM 2,501 - 5000||1%|
|RM 5001 - 20 000||3%|
|RM 20,001 - 35,000||7%|
|RM 35,000 - 50,000||12%|
|RM 50,000 - 70,000||19%|
|RM 70,000 - 100,000||24%|
|RM 150 000 and over||26%|
- Allowable Deductions and Tax Credit
- Deductions attributed to taxpayers in Malaysia.
- Special Expatriate Tax Regime
- Expatriates posted to an OHQ (operational headquarters) or a representative office are only taxed on the part of their income attributable to the days they spend in Malaysia.
- Capital Tax Rate
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