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Transfer Pricing Documentation Starts Jan 2021

Compulsory Transfer Pricing Documentation 🥵? 2021 is finally here, this new rule starts 1 Jan 2021. Transfer Pricing documentation is not new in Malaysia. But “Compulsory” is a new addition. What is so significant about this? Well in your tax return for, IRB wants you to tick whether you prepare the documentation or not. 

As usual, those who don’t got a high chance to get a visit from tax audit team. Not something we all want to add into our already busy work calendar in 2021. If you are new to Transfer Pricing, talk to a qualified tax adviser on this. Access whether you need to prepare the documentation, and how much they will charge for it. The average fee we hear for simplified TP documentation is RM3k 🤑and above. Negotiate, negotiate if you must for a good price.

IRB did not publish guideline in 2020. The latest would be 2019, here’s the reference material you can use to understand how TP works.

Transfer Pricing Audit Framework 2019

Transfer Pricing Rules 2012

Transfer Pricing Guideline 2012

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