The powers of Malaysia notaries public are governed by the Notaries Public Act 1959. A Malaysia notary public may administer oaths and affirmations for affidavits and statutory declarations for the following matters: (a). witnessing/ attesting any official documents intended for overseas use; (b). the administration of oaths intended for overseas use; (b). affirmations of affidavits and ...

Malaysia income tax recently being the highest rate at 28%, has been cut down now to 26% for residents and 27% for non-residents. In addition, taxes like estate duties, annual wealth taxes, accumulated earnings tax or federal taxes are not levied in Malaysia.   Corporate Income Tax A company, whether resident or not, is assessable on income ...

Intellectual property rights of Malaysia regime affords protection via an extensive statutory scheme covering intellectual property rights including copyright, trademarks, designs, patents and layout designs of integrated circuits in compliance with Malaysia’s obligation as a signatory to the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPS).   Malaysia has acceded to the World Intellectual Property ...

Malaysia Trademark Application Process are:   Step 1. Malaysia Trademark Application Filed Malaysia Trademark Application formalities are checked by Malaysian Trade Mark registry.   Step 2. Malaysia Trademark Search & Examination If there is any ground for objection, applicant will be notified. Otherwise, applicant will receive acceptance letter for advertising of mark. (If object, will ...

EPF stands for Employees Provident Fund. It is also commonly known as KWSP or Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja in Malaysia. EPF is a social security institution that is formed according to the Laws of Malaysia, Employees Provident Fund Act 1991 (Act 452).  It aims to provide retirement benefits for members through efficient and reliable management ...

Malaysia GST Registration are required to register for the businesses on a voluntarily basis or a business entity needs to check whether it is required to register . When registering for GST, it is important to look at annual sales turnover. Businesses with annual sales turnover exceeding RM500,000 are liable to be registered under GST. This ...

What is Malaysia GST? GST is Malaysia Goods and Services Tax (GST), it was implemented since 1 April 2015. It has the purpose of replacing the sales and services tax which has been levied for several years in the country. The 6% GST now replaces the sales-and-service tax which was between 5-10%.     Malaysia Goods ...

Malaysia has an open state-centric and newly industrialized market economy. Between 1957 and 2005, the country reported gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 6.5% on average, which has made it one of the best performing economies in the region. And the government has been reducing its role in the economy, while implementing many business-friendly reforms. ...

Business services include Malaysia company registration. Malaysia company registration can be divided into 2 types: Local companies and Labuan offshore companies. Local companies in Malaysia exist in entity form, in which investors can choose between field operation and virtual office. There are 3 types of local companies, namely Enterprise, Malaysia private limited company (Sdn Bhd), ...

Malaysia Pre-IPO Service Companies list their shares for reasons that are unique to the particular circumstances of each company and its shareholders and management. A company may seek a listing because its shareholders would like to realize part of their investment; or because it lacks the funds to expand its business operations. Whatever your company's ...