Understanding Goods And Services Tax GST For Logistic

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Introduction:

GST will be implemented on 1st April 2015 to replace current Sales and Service Tax. This training course provides an understanding of GST implementation that may affect Logistic businesses in Malaysia that will replace the existing Sales and Service tax regime.

Implementation of GST in Malaysia requires coordination of all business organisations, it is a “cross functional” issue that can affect the entire business structure and hence require input from all key-business units.

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • Understand the overview of GST implementation in Malaysia.
  • Prepare the organisation for the implementation of GST in Malaysia
  • Evaluate the impact of GST implementation over the business organisation
  • Identify major issues related to GST

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for all executives, staff, supervisors and managers.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lecture supported by PowerPoint Presentation, discussion and examples.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION OF GST IN MALAYSIA
  • SCOPE OF GOODS AND SERVICES TAX
  • REGISTRATION
  • INPUT TAX
  • CLAIM OF INPUT TAX CREDITS
  • OVERVIEW OF FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION
  • CARGO HANDLING
  • ACCOUNTING FOR GST
  • TRANSITIONAL ISSUES
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 Understanding-Goods-And-Services-Tax-GST-For-Logistic-hrdf-trainings

Introduction:

GST will be implemented on 1st April 2015 to replace current Sales and Service Tax. This training course provides an understanding of GST implementation that may affect Logistic businesses in Malaysia that will replace the existing Sales and Service tax regime.

Implementation of GST in Malaysia requires coordination of all business organisations, it is a “cross functional” issue that can affect the entire business structure and hence require input from all key-business units.

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • Understand the overview of GST implementation in Malaysia.
  • Prepare the organisation for the implementation of GST in Malaysia
  • Evaluate the impact of GST implementation over the business organisation
  • Identify major issues related to GST

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for all executives, staff, supervisors and managers.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lecture supported by PowerPoint Presentation, discussion and examples.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION OF GST IN MALAYSIA
  • SCOPE OF GOODS AND SERVICES TAX
  • REGISTRATION
  • INPUT TAX
  • CLAIM OF INPUT TAX CREDITS
  • OVERVIEW OF FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION
  • CARGO HANDLING
  • ACCOUNTING FOR GST
  • TRANSITIONAL ISSUES

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Chow Leong Choon
Biodata: Chow Leong Choon is an effective trainer who has a lot of seminars and workshops under his belt. A chartered accountant by profession, he had graduated with a Master's degree in Business and Administration, majoring in Finance. He is also a notable member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants and Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. His academic and corporate experience makes him an authority in Finance and Accounting Function. In addition, he founded an accounting and advisory agency, which features a wide array of services, such as GTS implementation, secretarial services, accounting and business advisory. Chow has contributed greatly in taxation modules to help students in their preparations for the CFP (Certified Financial Planner) examinations. Despite his area of expertise being Finance, Chow also conducted several training sessions which are non- finance.

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