3 Apr - 4 min read
While not everybody earns enough to have to pay income tax, we’re all still required to file them. Filing your income tax is important since it allows the government to know how many people make how much money so they can then plan out their policies and ordinances to benefit the right kind of people at the right time.
If you’ve never filed your taxes before, the different forms, exceptions, and rules can be intimidating. But don’t worry. We’ve prepared this super simple guide to filing your taxes online. Let’s get started.
Much like how the government uses your MyKad number to know who you are, so do they need an income tax number to know how much you’ve been earning.
Once you’ve done this, you will receive your income tax number in the mail within the coming workweek. Alternatively, you can give them a call and ask them if your number is ready by using your application number (given when you apply) for reference.
Now you need to register for ezHASiL e-Filing by:
Once this is done, your e-Filing account and digital certificate will be registered and you are now ready to proceed with filling in the Income Tax Return Form through ezHASiL.
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Make sure you’re logged in before you proceed with these steps:
After you’ve filled in all the details, the system will automatically calculate your taxes and show you how much you owe in taxes (or how much they owe you in rebates). The last step after this is to:
And that’s all it takes to file your taxes online. As long as you follow these steps, you’ll be filing your taxes like a pro every year. Once you reach the final page of the form, you will be presented with information on how to pay your taxes as well. Easy peasy.
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