Tax payment code is a unique number to identify the type of tax payment to be made. Inland Revenue Board (IRB) or Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri (LHDN) Malaysia has identify 24 types of tax payments.
Tax payers may need this code while making tax payment through various tax payment options such as payment at the bank counter. While filing up the tax payment from, taxpayers have to specify a few information such as Name of Taxpayer/Employer, Income tax number/Employer number, Identity number and Tax Payment Code.
Details on Tax Payment Code are tabulated in the table below.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who is also Finance Minister, unveiled 2014 budgets in the Parliaments on Friday 25th October 2013. The 2014 Budget is formulating based on the theme “Strengthening Economic Resilience, Accelerating Transformation And Fulfilling Promises”.
There are five main thrusts in 2014 budget.
First Thrust :- Invigorating Economic Activity
Second Thrust :- Strengthening Fiscal Management
Third Thrust :- Inculcating Excellence in Human Capital
Fourth Thrust :- Intensifying Urban and Rural Development
Fifth Thrust :- Ensuring Well-Being of the Rakyat
The following are 2014 Budget highlights for Personal Finance and Investment.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who is also Finance Minister, unveiled 2013 budgets in the Parliaments on Friday 28th September 2012. The Budget’s theme is “Prospering the Nation, Enhancing the Well-being of the Rakyat: A Promise Fulfilled.
The Budget was designed to improve the rakyat’s quality of life, ensure sustainable economic growth, spend prudently and reduce the fiscal deficit
The Government’s budget deficit estimated to improve to 4.0% next year compared with 4.5% in 2012. On top of that, the economic growth was projected to be between 4.5% and 5.5% for 2013, with this year’s growth expected at 4.5% to 5.0%.
The following are Budget 2013 highlights for Personal Finance and Investment.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who is also Finance Minister, unveiled 2012 budgets at the Dewan Rakyat on Friday 7th October 2011.
The RM232.8 Billion budgets are allocated to implement all government development plans, focusing on the well-being of the rakyat. RM181.6 Billion is for operating expenditure and the remaining RM51.2 Billion is for development expenditure.
The Government’s budget deficit estimated to improve to 4.7% next year compared with the current 5.4%. On top of that, the economic growth was projected to be between 5% and 6% for 2012, with this year’s growth expected at 5% to 5.5%.
The following are Budget 2011 highlights for Personal Finance and Investment.
Income derived from a rental property is taxable. If you own a rental property, the rental income obtained should be declared in your income tax return form.
Bear in mind that not all monetary transaction between the house owner & tenant is taxable. Also remember that certain expenses on the rental property are eligible for deduction to reduce the income tax.
Take a look at the following scenario.