IRB: Application and stamping fees for individual documents can be made online through the Stamp Assessment and Payment System from April 27 | Malaysia


General view of the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia building located at Jalan Duta in Kuala Lumpur on April 23, 2020. — Photo by Hari Anggara

KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 – Applications as well as stamping fees for individual agreement documents can be submitted fully online through the Stamp Appraisal and Payment System (STAMPS) from April 27.

The Inland Revenue Board (IRB) said in a statement that Malaysians and permanent residents with an income tax number can register an account or user ID on the portal, including an application for registration. assessment and payment of stamp duty, at https://stamps.hasil. without having to be present at the counter.

“The stamp certificate should be downloaded and printed after payment has been made to attach to the original agreement as proof that the stamp duty has been paid,” the statement added.

According to the IRB, those who do not have an income tax number as well as non-Malaysians and non-permanent residents must attend stamp duty counters after completing the stamping information on the portal. STAMPS under the ‘Penyeteman Dokumen Peribadi Di Kaunter’ (Personal Counter Document Stamping Option).

“Registration of personal income tax numbers can be done through e-Daftar at,” he added.

All questions and comments on this subject can be addressed to the IRB via 03-8911 1000 or 603-8911 1100 for foreign countries; HASIL live chat; email [email protected]; as well as via the IRB feedback form at — Bernama


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