It is now past the submission deadline for your personal income tax return BE form.
If you have submitted duly, you have done your part as a taxpayer, good job! However, you should know this is not the end of your responsibilities or things to keep track of. Here we have made a quick summary of things you need to know after your BE submission.
Amendment of e-BE
For taxpayers that used the e-Filing on Mytax to submit their personal income tax return, you can amend your BE return for over-declared income or under-claimed tax reliefs via “e-Application for Amended BE”. The conditions are that:
1. You submitted your BE tax return via e-Filing.
2. Your tax return was submitted within the deadline (30 April + 15-day grace period)
3. You can only apply for an amendment once.
4. You can access the e-Application for Amended BE at MyTax under e-Filing.
After submitting your tax return, you will know how much balance tax you have to pay or how much tax you have paid extra. The payment/refunds will be due/issued as follows:
Due 15 May
Issued within 30 working days from e-BE submission
Due 30 April
90 working days from the Return Form submission
***Payment can be done via MyTax ByrHASiL.
Keep in mind LHDN can call you up any time to audit your tax returns, so be sure to keep your tax return-related documents accessible. This includes your income slip, receipts, insurance statements etc.
You as a taxpayer have the obligation to keep the documents for 7 years after income tax return submission, or you may face penalties.
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