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MEF Survey on PEMUDAH’s Proposal on the Usage of One Number for Income Tax Purpose
Published on 9 February 2022
 
 

The survey was conducted to obtain invaluable feedback from members on the proposal by the Special Task Force on Facilitate Business (PEMUDAH) Technical Working Group on Paying Taxes on the usage of one number for income tax purposes in submitting Income Tax Return Form (Form C, CS, B, P, etc) and Return Form of Employer (Form E). The survey was conducted via online from 7 July 2020 to 4 August 2020. The findings of the survey were submitted to the LHDNM for their further action.

Among the findings of the survey were:

  • 49.0% of the respondent companies disagreed with the proposal by PEMUDAH to use only one income tax number (e.g. C no.) for submitting Income Tax Return Form (Form C, CS, P, etc.) and Return Form of Employer (Form E) to LHDNM while 31.4% of the respondent companies agreed with the proposal to use only one income tax number and 19.6% of the respondent companies indicated that they were not sure.
  • Reasons for respondent companies to disagree with the proposal by PEMUDAH to use only one income tax number were:
    • the existing income tax payment system works fine (70.4%)
    • do not implement a central salary payment system (22.2%)
    • implement different salary payment system for each employee’s categories/ levels (7.4%)
    • implement different salary payment system for branches/ group subsidiaries (3.7%)

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