LHDN Reminds Non-Business Taxpayers To File Taxes By 15 May Deadline
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The Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) has reminded taxpayers with non-business income that the deadline for the submission of their income tax return form (ITRF) is approaching soon, falling on either 30 April (manual filing) or 15 May (e-Filing).

In a statement, LHDN also clarified that those who fall under this category – and therefore must abide by the deadline – include the following groups:  

  • Resident individuals (Borang BE)
  • Resident individuals who are knowledge/expert workers (Borang BT)
  • Non-resident individuals (Borang M)
  • Non-resident individuals who are knowledge workers (Borang MT)
  • Associations (Borang TF)
  • Deceased persons’ estate (Borang TP)
  • Hindu joint family (Borang TJ)

“For guidance regarding the submission of the ITRF, taxpayers can refer to the return form filing programme for the Year 2023, which can be accessed and downloaded from LHDN’s website,” the agency further said, adding that those who fail to file and pay their taxes on time will be penalised. Additionally, taxpayers are advised to update their personal and banking information, or ensure that they are accurate while filing their taxes so that they can receive their tax refunds – if available – in a timely manner.

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For context, Malaysia’s ITRF submission deadline for non-business taxpayers is always set on 30 April and 15 May for manual filing and e-Filing, respectively. This is unless there are extensions provided, as was the case in 2020 (for year of assessment 2019), due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent movement control order periods (MCO).

If you have any enquiries or feedback regarding tax-related matters, you can reach out to LHDN via its HASiL Care Line at 03-8911 1000 or 603 8911 1100 (overseas). You can also use the HASiL Live Chat or the feedback form on LHDN’s official portal to do so.

Meanwhile, those who have yet to file their taxes and need some guidance can check out our RinggitPlus annual income tax guide. You can also find out more about the tax reliefs that you can claim for the year of assessment (YA) 2022 here.

(Source: LHDN)

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