Employer is a resident in Malaysia
What is Section 13(3) of the Income Tax Act?
An employee is a citizen and public service/statutory authority
What factors are irrelevant to determining the derivation of employment income?
The irrelevant factors in determining the derivation of employment income include:
– The place where the employment income is received (e.g. payment of salary made outside Malaysia)
– The location of the employer (e.g. the employer is not in Malaysia)
– The source of the employment income (e.g. the employment income is not received in Malaysia)
– The residence status of the employee (e.g. the employee is a non-resident)
Under what circumstances, the employment income derived from Malaysia would not be taxed in Malaysia?
– Employment income received is exempt under paragraph 21, schedule 6 if the employee is a non-resident and exercises employment for ≤60 days in a year in Malaysia.
– This exemption is not applicable to public entertainers unless part of the income is paid out of the public funds of the government of a country outside Malaysia and directors of resident companies.
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