– Overview of Form BE Tax Return
– Taxability of employment income and other incomes e.g. rental, commission
– Expenses claimed against employment income and other incomes e.g. rental, commission
– Personal tax: approved donations deduction, personal reliefs, personal tax rebates
– Completing Form BE
– Obligations and Offences

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    3 replies to "What Employee Must Know about Personal Tax Submission Form BE"

    • Yih Theng Oh 

      KC, can’t open the link to the note in pdf due to access denied, would you please help to check? Thanks.

      • KCLau 

        Thanks for informing. The link is fixed. Please give it a try.

    • Chon Chia Ang 

      Hi KC, there seems to be bit of a problem at the Form CP 502 (Revised and Underestimation Penalty) section. Why would an additional penalty be incurred for case 2 when the difference is more than 30% of the ATP. Shouldn’t the penalty only be incurred when the Difference is less than 30% of the ATP?

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