An Overview of E-Invoicing in Malaysia

Malaysia is to become the latest country to introduce mandatory electronic invoicing for Sales and Services Taxes from 1 June 2024 to 1 January 2027. Are you ready for it?

Wendy Tee


Malaysia’s Inland Revenue Board (IRB) has issued guidance notes on the launch of its B2B e-invoicing via a new MyInvois Portal or API interface, and B2C e-Receipt regimes, due to launch on 1 June 2024.

Although the first stage of implementation begins in June 2024 and is mandatory for business with a sales threshold of RM100m per year, the IRB welcomes organisations who are ready to undertake the programme to volunteer themselves for the pilot project.

e-Invoicing will become mandatory for all taxpayers regardless of sales threshold from January 2027. We should get ourselves ready and to gain an understanding and preparation of Malaysian e-invoicing, identify the impacts and operations.

After completing this course, participants will be able to understand and know the following:
~ Understanding what is E-Invoicing
~ The E-Invoicing rules in Malaysia
~ Benefits of E-Invoicing
~ E-Invoicing process description
~ E-Invoice implementation timeline
~ E-Invoicing: Impact on strategies and operations

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Wendy Tee

10 Courses

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  • 9 Lessons
  • Course Certificate