Malaysian Stamp Duty Handbook, 6th Edition


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Malaysian Stamp Duty Handbook, 6th Edition
May 2020
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(All prices are valid in Malaysia and inclusive of SST where applicable, and subject to change without prior notice.)
Stamp duty is a tax on instruments and most instruments used in the course of a transaction are liable to stamp duty. The Malaysian Stamp Duty Handbook is a practical and instructive guide on the Malaysian stamp duty law. This book explores the various instruments subject to stamp duty, important concepts, such as consideration and conveyance, how duty is to be computed in various situations, the reliefs that are available, and relevant offences and penalties under the law and examines the various issues taken into consideration by the courts when interpreting a taxing statute. It is expected that accountants, lawyers, finance officers, business owners and company secretaries alike will find this book indispensable.
In this 6th edition, the Malaysian Stamp Duty Handbook has been revised and updated to reflect the latest amendments up to December 2019, while maintaining its easy-to-understand structure, with principles presented in short, succinct points, accompanied by examples to illustrate the application of the law, detailed tax computations as well as appended annotated statutes and the relevant IRB forms.
The Malaysian Stamp Duty Handbook is written by an author with vast experience on the subject. He is a well-established tax practitioner who was formerly an Assistant Director General at the Malaysian Inland Revenue Department and later a Tax Director at an international accounting firm.



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