The new PR also specifies that the effective date means that there is no need to recompensate the payment made to non-residents if the payment date to the non-resident is set for December 5, 2018 or after it and if the payment date is in accordance with a contractual agreement. The IRB appears to be attempting to address a situation in which payment was to be made contractually by December 5, 2018, but payment has been delayed to avoid the reintroducment requirement. 1.0 Objective 2.0 Relevant provisions of the Act 3.0 Interpretation 4.0 Special Income Brackets to Tax 5.0 Deduct special income classes 6.0 Benefits provided in connection with the use or installation or operation of assets 7.0 Advice, Assistance or services related to management or management 8.0 Rent or other payments under an agreement to use personal property 9.0 Refunds 10.0 Disbursements 11.0 Advances and down payment 12.0 Tax 13.0 Tax transfer deducted 14.0 Consequences of non-deduction and transfer of tax 15.0 Claim by the payer on the payment of WHT 16.16.0 Request for exemption from errors or errors 1 7.0 Details on payment due date 18.0 Double taxation agreement 19.0 WHT according to sections 109B and 107A ITA 20.0 Existing contracts prior to the modification of SECTION 15A of ITA 21.0 WHT Exemption of income from outside Malaysia on or after 6 September 2017 22.0 Audit of Operations 23.0 Updates and Amendments 24.0 Non-Responsibility 1.0 Objective 2.0 Relevant Provisions of the Act 3.0 Interpretation 4.0 Meaning of Resident Status 5.0 Determination of Resident Status 6 .0 Resident Status, 8.0 Documents necessary to determine the resident status of a company 9.0 updates and amendments 10.0 Exclusion of liability b) The management and control of the activity of such trust is exercised in Malaysia. (a) the tax treatment for the EMPLOYMENT that a worker receives from his employer for the exercise of a job; And… It should be noted that the PR should be read at the same time as the tax treatment guidelines for the implementation of PSC 121 (or other similar standards) of May 16, 2019 (see Tax Warning 12/2019). IMPORTANT Comment: The final statement implies that, if the corresponding amount has not yet been paid or credited to non-residents, the usual practice of “voluntary payment” of WHT by the taxpayer prior to filing his tax return would no longer be accepted as a basis for claiming a deduction on the underlying expenses. On the contrary, it would appear that the taxpayer could not claim a tax deduction on the costs at the time of filing the return. Once the amount in question has been paid or credited to non-resident residents, the whT rules must be followed and the subject may amend his return in accordance with the provisions of Section 131A (1) c) of the ITA. A capital gain or loss of price occurs when the value of an asset or liability recorded in a foreign currency is compared to the value of RM on two different dates (for example. B on the day of the transaction and the payment settlement date). For income tax, only capital gains/cash gains on transactions are taxable/deductible. The tax treatment of monetary gains and losses can be summarized as follows: The IRB has the PR number.