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Budget 2019 and SST Updates for Corporate Accountants Banner Image

Budget 2019 and SST Updates for Corporate Accountants

Monday, Dec 17, 2018, 02:00 pm - 05:30 pm

CA ANZ, Suite 15.1, Level 15 Centrepoint North Tower, MidValley City Malaysia

Budget 2019 proposal was tabled by our Finance Minister in the Parliament on 2 November 2018. Budget 2019 is one of the most challenging Malaysian Budget in view of the change to the New Government, challenging economic environment, expected belt-tightening measures and impact of post-SST implementation issues.

Since the implementation of Sales & Services Tax (SST) on 1st September 2018, Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has announced revision of Guides, DG’s decisions and other SST updates. These updates are necessary to provide guidance on the interpretation and application the SST legislations.

Specially designed for corporate accountants in commerce and industry, this seminar will provide the highlights of Budget 2019 and the recent SST updates to ensure smooth implementation of SST.




BSc(Econ)Hons(London), MSc(UoG), CA(M), FCCA(U.K), CTIM, CP(Consulting)AIMUK, PHF Approved Auditor, Tax Agent & GST Tax Agent (Licensed by the Ministry of Finance, Malaysia)

Yee has over 23 years of experience in audit, tax, accounting and consultancy services. He has conducted public and in-house training for listed companies, multinational companies, Universities, HRDF approved training providers, associations, the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), the Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA), CCH / Wolters Kwuler (Malaysia), CPA Australia, accounting and tax firms, and non-profitable organisations. He has advised more than 100 companies in Malaysia on GST implementation.

He is the author of the book entitled GST Implementation & Readiness Assessment – A Quick Business Guide & Checklist, published in March 2015,that provides the readers with a firm grasp of the mechanism, key concepts and issues related to Malaysian GST.

He is the Chief Editor of English-Chinese Dictionary of Accounting & GST Terms with Pinyin Pronunciation published in January 2018. The book is available for sale at all major bookstores in Malaysia.