On February 9th, the Malaysian authority released e-Invoicing Guidelines Version 2.2, e-Invoicing Specific Guidelines Version 2.0, and Software Development Kit (SDK) Beta Version to clarify various invoice scenarios and provide API documentation for testing. The implementation timeline is set for taxpayers based on their annual turnover. The scope of Malaysian e-Invoice Regulation covers domestic and cross-border transactions, with exemptions for government, local authority, or ruler and ruling chief clarified. Types of transactions include B2G, B2B, and B2C, with clarification provided on the self-billing scenario. Mandatory fields and exceptions for consolidated e-Invoice are also outlined. Specific activities/transactions such as automotive, aviation, luxury goods and jewelry, construction, wholesalers and retailers, licensed betting and gaming, and payment to agents are not allowed. Supplier issuing methods include online platforms, retailers’ point-of-sale system, MyInvois Mobile App, and post-transaction request via online platform.
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