Tax Appeals In Malaysia: Law and Procedure by Dr Andrew Chew Peng Hui (E-Book)
Tax Appeals In Malaysia: Law and Procedure
by Dr Andrew Chew Peng Hui
Dr Andrew Chew Peng Hui
|Publication Date||Oct 2021|
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell|
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"...this book will be a most welcome addition to our legal literature on an important aspect of tax law, especially to its practitioners and to the members of the general public ... [It] shows great learning and scholarship..."
Key Features of Tax Appeals In Malaysia:
- The law is discussed in a clear and complete manner.
- To support and explain the debate, a wide range of cases, statutes, and other written sources are cited.
- Practical advice and tips on concerns that arise in tax appeals.
- Judicial review applications and appeals to the Special Commissioners and the courts are covered.
- Carefully structured contents to aid easy use of the book.
- Instructive appeal checklists.
- Precedents and forms.
Everyone is affected by taxes in some way. Everyone has aimed to pay as little tax as possible since the introduction of income tax. Various schemes are considered. No businessperson in his right mind conducts business unless the goal is to pay the least amount of tax feasible. It is undeniably legal for a corporation to structure its operations in such a way as to minimise tax liability. Nonetheless, tax settlements are difficult, and many have been appealed to the courts for a final decision.
This book covers subjects that are pertinent to any current debate on tax appeals. This subject's law and practise have been expertly handled. The legislation has been thoroughly examined and analysed, and the practical parts have benefited from the author's extensive expertise in handling tax appeals. Endnotes provide an invaluable source of references for in-depth study and further research on the complexities of dealing with appeals against tax assessments raised by the IRS.
Cases and other sources from Malaysia and other jurisdictions have been analysed and discussed in order to create an enviable resource from which tax practitioners can draw much-needed knowledge in order to mount compelling arguments in their appeals before the Special Commissioners of Income Tax and the courts.
Appendices with relevant forms and precedents, as well as helpful checklists, round out an excellent text to provide a thorough and comprehensive textbook on Malaysia's current tax appeals practise.
Lawyers, judicial officers, tax officials, revenue counsel, tax counsellors, accountants, and business owners should not overlook Tax Appeals in Malaysia: Law & Procedure.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Tax Appeals In Malaysia: Law and Procedure
- Tax Appeals
- The Special Commissioners of Income Tax
- Appeals to the Special Commissioners of Income Tax
- Appeals to the High Court
- Judicial Review
- Appeals to the Court of Appeal
- Recovery or Collection