This webinar will focus on the following topics:
(2) History of income tax in Malaysia:
(a) Income Tax Ordinance 1947;
(b) Income Tax Act 1967 (“ITA”);
(3) Scope of charge:
(a) Charging section (Section 3 of ITA);
(b) Definition of income;
(c) Source of the income (Section 12 of ITA)
(d) Manner in which taxable income is to be ascertained (Section 5 of ITA);
(4) Classes of income in the ITA (Section 4 of ITA):
(a) Business income;
(b) Employment income;
(c) Dividends, interest or discounts;
(d) Rents, royalties or premiums;
(e) Pensions, annuities or other periodical payments;
(f) Other gains/profit;
(5) Special classes of income in the ITA:
(a) Income of a non-resident (Section 4A of ITA);
(b) Gains/profits from certain disposal of stock-in-trade (Section 4C of ITA);
(6) Foreign-sourced income:
(a) Only banking, insurance, air transport or shipping sectors (Paragraph 28, Schedule 6 of ITA);
(b) DGIR v Aneka Jasaramai Ekspress Sdn Bhd;
(c) KPHDN v Cardinal Health Malaysia; and
(d) Kyros International Sdn Bhd v KPHDN
S Saravana Kumar is a partner and Head of Tax, SST & Customs at Rosli Dahlan Saravana Partnership. He has appeared in benchmark litigation with a volume of cases in tax disputes. Praised for his ability to “think outside the box” and “innovative approach” in interpreting the law, Chambers Asia Pacific acknowledged Saravana for being “dynamic, efficient and helpful”.
Saravana has been recognised as one of the “leading lawyers” by Asialaw Profiles 2019, and has been named one of the “40 leading lawyers under 40 in Asia” by Asian Legal Business. He was recently named as “one of the top 100 lawyers in Malaysia” by Asia Business Law Journal.
He chairs the Taxation Section of LAWASIA. He is also a member of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia and International Fiscal Association (Malaysian Branch). Until recently, he was an Adjunct Professor with Universiti Tenaga Nasional (“UNITEN”).
Saravana is a Committee Member of the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee where he chairs the Professional Development Committee. He also sits on the Disciplinary Committee of the Advocates and Solicitors Disciplinary Board.
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