Sales Tax and Service Tax: The Journey So Far

It has been approximately 2.5 years since Malaysia had re-introduced Sales Tax and Service Tax (commonly known as “SST”) in replacing the Goods and Services Tax (“GST”). Though it is dubbed to be an “old-and-yet-new” tax, many still face challenges to grasp the concept of both single-staged taxes, especially when one was only starting to get comfortable with GST.

Coupled with the short implementation time frame given, many businesses were affected with not only reporting issues, but also interpretational issues due to the ambiguity in the relevant legislations.

So, the crucial question is really – did you get it right?

Sales Tax and Service Tax: The Journey So Far  

Date: 14 April 2021, Wednesday

Time: 9.00 a.m.  – 12.30 p.m.

In this half day webinar, we will be sharing with the participants an overview of Sales Tax and Service Tax, mainly comprising the mechanics, reporting as well as recent key updates/ changes.

Also, in our panelist discussion session, we will be running through the common and yet burning issues faced by businesses in regard to SST.

Click here to register.

Dato’ Tan Sim Kiat
Advisor, Indirect Tax
Dany Oon
Executive Director, Indirect Tax
Yap Choon Ling
Director, Indirect Tax
Liew Li Li
Manager, Indirect Tax


  • RM 159 per person, inclusive of 6% Service Tax and participant materials. 
  • Payment must be made in full by 12 April 2021, with payment receipt submitted to KPMG. Only registrations paid in full will receive access into the webinar.
  • No cancellation and/or refund will be entertained but a replacement delegate is welcomed at no additional charge if registered delegate is unable to attend. Advance notice of 48 hours before the event is required.


  • A digital certificate of attendance will be issued for 3.5 CPE hours.
  • This webinar is not HRDF claimable.

Important notes

  • Registration closes on 7 April 2021, and is on first come, first served basis.
  • All delegates must register with their own email address in order to access and attend the webinar. Entry into the webinar is unique to the registered delegate’s email address and is not transferable.
  • KPMG’s webinar series are conducted online; hence, you will need to have stable internet access in order to participate. While you may view the webinar using a mobile device, it is recommended to participate using a laptop/PC for optimal experience.

For queries about this webinar, please email to or call the following administrators:  

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