SST Services



Ministry of Finance (MoF) announced that Sales and Service Tax (SST) will come into effect in Malaysia on 1 September 2018.

Our consultancy team comprise qualified personnel and is always updated with latest change in legislation and rulings. We are always ready to serve our valued clients on any SST matters.

Our team is aware of the importance of timely and accurate submission of SST return and we take this seriously. You can count on us and rest assured that no more unnecessary penalties imposed.

Our SST services include:

Application of SST registration

Review and filing of SST return

Review and providing advice on accounting system

Providing SST advice on pre and post implementation

Providing SST advice on compliance process

How we can help you:

SST Registration

The re-introduction of SST has required that businesses with a minimum threshold of RM500, 000 a year must register for SST. The SST registration (for both GST and non-GST registered persons) must be done online via the MySST system. SST Registration done via the MySST system has been set to be auto-approved within 24 hours for GST registrants. However, that does not rule out longer registration time if a verification process is required. Voluntary registration is available if the person is exempted from registration or the business does not meet the minimum threshold. Under the new tax regime, existing GST registrants do not need to apply for deregistration but they must submit the final GST return in the 120-day window (from the Act being repealed) ion

SST Consulting Services

  • Sales and Service Tax (SST) Return Submission and Payment
    1. All SST registered manufacturers and persons must file SST returns (SST-01) on a bi-monthly basis according to the taxable period.
    2. To avoid any unneeded penalty, SST return has to be filed no later than the last day of the following month after the end of the taxable period.
    3. The submission can be done electronically or by post to SST Processing Centre.
  • Sales and Service Tax (SST) Penalties and Offences in Malaysia
    1. The Sales Tax Bill 2018 has stipulated hefty fines and stiffer penalties to tax offenders.
    2. Any individual who dodges the tax or helps someone to evade tax risks being fined between 10 times and 20 times the amount of sales tax.
    3. Tax offender who is found guilty might also find himself facing the jail term for up to five years while he can also be sentenced to both penalties.
    4. Repeat offenders will find themselves in deep water where they will face a fine of not less than 20 times and not more than 40 times the amount of sales tax, or being imprisoned for seven years, or both.