GST Malaysia has dedicated GST trainers with Singapore, UK and Australia GST and VAT experience. GST Malaysia trainers also conduct in-house workshop training for companies.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
GST Malaysia, a website that offers accounting for the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as well as a YouTube channel that provides guidance to GST in Malaysia, has just posted new GST training dates to its site. The dates were posted in response to the December 2014 GST registration requirement of the GST Department of Customs in Malaysia.
The new GST training dates that were just announced by GST Malaysia include: Tuesday, July 22 and Wednesday, July 23; Saturday, August 09 and Sunday, August 10, and Tuesday, August 19 and Wednesday, August 20. All of the trainings will take place in Kuala Lumpur, and additional dates will be posted soon by GST Malaysia.
In addition to announcing the upcoming training dates, GST Malaysia also conducts a GST training course in Johor, Melaka and others Malaysian states. The GST course content covers important topics like GST registration, GST customs, GST refunds, GST tax invoice, GST filing, GST tax submission, GST form filling, how to calculate the GST rate and more. All of the GST training that is provided through GST Malaysia is based on the GST Customs Malaysia Guide.
“GST Malaysia offers GST seminars in English, Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia,” a spokesperson for the website noted, adding that the site also provides GST Training in specialised business sector courses such as construction, property development, freight forwarding, fund management, e-commerce and more.
“GST Malaysia has dedicated GST trainers with Singapore, UK and Australia GST and VAT experience. GST Malaysia trainers also conduct in-house workshop training for companies.”
Anybody who would like to learn more about GST Malaysia may visit the website at any time; there, they can check for the latest GST training dates.
About GST Malaysia:
GST Malaysia is the first and only website that offers accounting for the goods and services tax (GST), as well as an online GST course on Cukai GST in Malay. It is also the first and only GST Malaysia company that runs a YouTube video channel that provides GST guidance to Malaysians on goods and services tax in Malaysia. For more information, visit http://www.gstmalaysia.org/.