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LHDN Wangsa Maju

  • +603-2601 6400
  • Tingkat 1, 6, 7, 9, & 10, Menara TM, Jalan Semarak, No. 82, Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz, 50300 Kuala Lumpur.
Nor HanifNor Hanif
18:42 11 Apr 24
The staff's at all counters are being very helpful n give good services to every one. If you have any doubts n questions on tax or other matters u are freely to ask.
MCMC
01:11 04 Apr 24
Officers are good, friendly and efficient. Especially today, the guy at the counter managed to help me settle all my issues within less than 20min.
Pooja DhyaniPooja Dhyani
01:09 27 Mar 24
Very polite, super helpful, excellent staff. The counters were manned well. I was in and out in 5 minutes. This was during Ramadan, hope it’s the same throughout the year.
Haslin ArifHaslin Arif
00:48 07 Feb 24
It seems that you have to scold them in front of public for not doing their job properly. Just because of SPC issue, we holding staff money for too long. What the hell are they doing?? Where is their KPI? Your salary come from taxpayer money! Isn't it haram when u are are not yr job. Instead, they got time to hv mrng break, longer lunch hour and afternoon break. What the heck wt these people!
Wan Ahmad MuizzuddinWan Ahmad Muizzuddin
07:30 10 Jan 24
Front desk very helpful for stamping. 5 star treatment
Zaneys AnthonyZaneys Anthony
09:08 11 Dec 23
I came here to make a stamp. The staff at the front door counter are nice but the one at the counter 11 is arrogant and says " aduh , bermasalah la awak ni" to me and i just asking but she glared at me and rolling her eyes . very impolite .
Ting CKTing CK
07:28 07 Dec 23
The staffs here are friendly n helpful. They only accept online banking to pay RM10 for service. Isn't Malaysian dollar bill lawful? Please buy a touch n go machine at least if money counting is undesired.Online application for duty stamping is coming here soon, too.One has to do online before collecting proof here, as though.All implementation is anti IT illiterates.
Dyana RahmanDyana Rahman
03:10 09 Nov 23
Very hard to answer call. Every time the call is transfer, I have to wait so long and end up being frustrated because no one is answering. semua orang cuti kee?? actually they don't deserve to get a star
QretQret
03:27 27 Sep 23
Never pick up calls for my amendment, didn't check for submission, do nothing :)
Hong Yun LoHong Yun Lo
08:17 13 Sep 23
All the staff here are very friendly. They've provided excellent services and are able to solve your tax issue with ease.
Jes MieJes Mie
02:47 01 Aug 23
Ok
sarala umeshsarala umesh
06:26 28 Jul 23
They have shifted. No longer in Wangsa Maju
Wai Cheong ChanWai Cheong Chan
07:44 14 Jul 23
Bosco WilliamBosco William
00:50 01 Jul 23
Tel number listed is not working. -Called Putrajaya number listed - operator put me on hold until line got cut and could not get them back on despite few tries. Malaysia Madani
YUNICA KYUNICA K
07:37 20 Jun 23
Fida ZolkarnainFida Zolkarnain
07:31 06 Apr 23
Try to call many times to ask about my refund and NOT ONE CALL WAS PICKUP. The government owes me money has no service to do that. What a worse experience.
adila mbaadila mba
21:56 22 Nov 22
Just got back from here. The parking in the building is quite cheap. RM2 max RM5. Outside also got parking same rate if I’m not mistaken. Waiting time is reasonable. Staffs are very helpful. Went there in the morning to get info on the documents needed. Tried to call earlier but failed. Then come back in the afternoon to complete my business here. They are opened during lunch time as they don’t have lunch break.Update: sent a follow up email to the given emails. They responded in less than an hour. And I’ve got my tax clearance letter the next day! Thanks Pn Jamharliza, Pn Fadilah Sakinah, Pn Normalawati for your great work and assistance :)
Francis MarijuanFrancis Marijuan
06:56 29 Aug 22
Worst!!!!!!I processed my tax clearance this year for three times. As advised, I uploaded all the documents needed online but and waited 14 working days. But guess what? Everytime I did follow up on email, they would say that they could not find it. Hence, I had to go to the office three times for the follow up and always ended up submitting the documents again as if I hadnt. Meaning, I had to wait for another 14 working days but they don't even have that courtesy to update you after 14 working days regarding the status. I had to email and call them. Now, I've been emailing this certain Sakinah and called her extension line for more than 10 times today but got no answer. If you're on leave, you're supposed to hand over your work. I thought Philippine government agencies were the worst. You beat them.
setapak renyitangsetapak renyitang
00:33 10 Sep 21
Have to be early to pay for stamping. But consider super fast. Change to new office environment is good. Keep up the good work wangsa maju branch!
John LimJohn Lim
04:14 11 Jan 21
Q here is very long. Go early paymt for Stamping close by 12 noon.It is the only place open for Stamping DocumentsNOTE.. this Menara TM Semarak. Wangsa Maju is closed
Eugene GohEugene Goh
03:37 02 Jul 20
Good is :1) quite effection. Whole process frm queuing to finish stamping only tk 35-40mins (with ready socket which key in LHDN apps)2) Staffs & guard (at level 6) are friendly3) have computers to let u key in if u r not yet do in the apps.Not Good is :1) There are NO parking at all for visitor in this building. Either park outside behind (which hardly find) or opposite at Jusco thn walk to it.2) Stamping is at level 6 & need to que at the lift area which the air circulation is low.3) Entrance guard not friendly
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Taman Melawati residents enjoy convenient access to essential financial services, including the Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri (LHDN Wangsa Maju) branch in Wangsa Maju, situated just 10 kilometers away. Moreover, the Employees Provident Fund (KWSP Wangsa Maju) branch in Wangsa Maju is also within easy reach. This close proximity to both LHDN and KWSP branches ensures that Taman Melawati residents can efficiently manage their taxation and retirement savings needs, all while enjoying the convenience of these vital financial institutions nearby.

Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri Malaysia (LHDN Wangsa Maju) is the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (IRBM), one of the vital revenue-collecting agencies under the Ministry of Finance, entrusted with managing direct taxes in the country. For residents and businesses in the Wangsa Maju area, the LDHN Wangsa Maju branch is a convenient and accessible hub for managing tax-related matters. With its commitment to providing efficient tax services and assisting taxpayers in meeting their obligations, the LDHN Wangsa Maju branch is a go-to destination for financial issues.

LHDN was established in compliance with the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia Act 1995; the creation of IRBM aimed to grant it greater autonomy in financial and personnel matters, fostering improved tax administration efficiency and effectiveness.

On March 1, 1996, the Department of Inland Revenue Malaysia transformed a board, subsequently adopting the official name IRBM. Since then, the agency has taken on the crucial responsibility of overseeing the overall administration of direct taxes as outlined in the critical legislative Acts.

LHDN Wangsa Maju offers a wide range of services to meet the tax-related needs of individuals and businesses in Malaysia. Some of their essential services include:

Tax Registration

LHDN Wangsa Maju assists individuals and businesses in Malaysia with the process of tax registration. This service is crucial for anyone who earns income or operates a business in the country. LHDN ensures that taxpayers are correctly registered for the relevant taxes, such as income or any other applicable taxes, based on their circumstances.

Tax Filing

The tax filing service provided by LHDN allows taxpayers to submit their annual tax returns. Taxpayers must accurately report their income and other financial details depending on their status (individual, company, or other entities). LHDN provides various options for filing, including online e-Filing platforms and traditional paper-based methods.

Tax Payment

LHDN offers multiple convenient and secure payment methods for taxpayers to settle their tax liabilities. These options include online payments, bank transfers, or direct payments at authorised channels. Ensuring timely tax payments is essential to avoid penalties and maintain compliance.

Tax Consultation

LHDN provides expert tax consultation services to assist taxpayers in understanding their tax obligations and rights. Tax experts at LHDN are available to answer inquiries, clarify tax laws, and guide taxpayers through complex matters, ensuring they make informed tax decisions.

Tax Incentives and Reliefs

One of LHDN’s significant roles is to educate taxpayers about available tax incentives and reliefs. These can include deductions, exemptions, and credits taxpayers may be eligible for based on their circumstances. By leveraging these incentives, taxpayers can reduce their tax liabilities.

Tax Audits and Investigations

LHDN Wangsa Maju conducts tax audits and investigations when necessary to ensure tax compliance and fair assessment. These processes help verify the accuracy of tax declarations and identify any potential discrepancies or underreporting of income. Taxpayers are allowed to address any issues found during the audit process.

Stamp Duty Services

Stamp duty is a tax levied on certain legal documents, such as property transfers and contracts. LHDN handles the stamping of these documents, ensuring that they are legally valid and appropriately taxed based on the transaction’s value.

E-Filing and Online Services

LHDN Wangsa Maju offers online platforms for e-Filing and accessing various tax services electronically. The e-Filing system simplifies the tax filing process, allowing taxpayers to submit their returns from the comfort of their homes or offices, reducing paperwork and streamlining tax administration.

Taxpayer Education Programs

LHDN conducts workshops, seminars, and awareness campaigns to enhance tax literacy among taxpayers. These programs aim to educate individuals and businesses about their tax responsibilities, changes in tax laws, and other relevant tax-related matters.

Tax Clearance for Expatriates

For expatriates working in Malaysia, LHDN assists with the tax clearance process when they leave the country. This ensures that all tax matters, such as final tax assessments and outstanding tax liabilities, are settled before their departure.

Tax Appeals

In cases where taxpayers disagree with LHDN’s tax assessments or decisions, they can file appeals. LHDN provides a platform for taxpayers to present their arguments and resolve disputes transparently and fairly.

Collaboration with Tax Agents and Consultants

LHDN collaborates with registered tax agents, and consultants authorised to represent taxpayers. This collaboration enables taxpayers to effectively seek professional assistance and advice in managing their tax affairs.

Taxpayer Support Center

LHDN operates a dedicated support centre to address taxpayers’ inquiries, concerns, and complaints. The centre provides timely assistance through phone, email, or in-person visits to regional LHDN offices.

Taxpayer Compliance Programs

To encourage taxpayer compliance, LHDN initiates compliance programs and initiatives. These campaigns educate taxpayers on the importance of meeting their tax obligations and staying up-to-date with tax laws and regulations.

Voluntary Disclosure Program

LHDN promotes a Voluntary Disclosure Program, encouraging taxpayers to come forward and disclose any unintentional errors or discrepancies in their tax records. By doing so, taxpayers can rectify their tax affairs without facing severe penalties.

By offering these services, LHDN aims to foster tax compliance, simplify the tax process, and ensure a fair and transparent tax system that benefits the government and taxpayers alike.

For further details about these services or any other tax-related queries, individuals and businesses may contact LHDN through the following contact options or visit LDHN’s website for more information, such as UTC, call centre, HASiL directory, customer care officer, as well as their operating hours.  

Individual Relief Types: LHDN Year of Assessment 2023 Overview (Last updated on 6th November 2023)

Headquarters of LHDN, Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia:

Ibu Pejabat Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri Malaysia,

Menara Hasil, Persiaran Rimba Permai,

Cyber 8, 63000 Cyberjaya,

Selangor Darul Ehsan.

 

LHDN Wangsa Maju Branch

Note that LHDN Wangsa Maju has relocated from its previous location in Wangsa Maju to a new office address in Menara TM at the below address (effective November 9, 2020):

Tingkat 1, 6, 7, 9, & 10,

Menara TM, Jalan Semarak,

No. 82, Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz,

50300 Kuala Lumpur.

Contact Number: +603-2601 6400

Operation Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. It is closed on Saturday and Sunday.

Visit LHDN’s official website, https://www.hasil.gov.my, for updated information about the services offered, tax regulations, forms, and other resources to ensure a smooth tax compliance process and address any tax-related inquiries.

FAQ

What is LHDN (Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia) and its role?

LHDN, also known as the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (IRBM), is a revenue-collecting agency under the Ministry of Finance. Its vital role is managing direct taxes in Malaysia, fostering efficient tax administration and ensuring compliance.

What services does LHDN offer to individuals and businesses in Malaysia?

LHDN offers various tax-related services, including tax registration, tax filing, tax payment options, expert tax consultation, information on tax incentives and reliefs, tax audits, stamp duty services, online platforms for e-Filing, taxpayer education programs, tax clearance for expatriates, tax appeals, collaboration with tax agents, taxpayer support center, taxpayer compliance programs, and a Voluntary Disclosure Program.

What is the location and contact information for LHDN’s Wangsa Maju branch?

The LHDN Wangsa Maju branch is located at Tingkat 1, 6, 7, 9, & 10, Menara TM, Jalan Semarak, No. 82, Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz, 50300 Kuala Lumpur. You can contact them at +603-2601 6400. The branch operates from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

How can taxpayers settle their tax liabilities with LHDN?

Taxpayers can settle their tax liabilities through various methods, including online payments, bank transfers, or direct payments at authorized channels. Timely tax payments are essential to avoid penalties and maintain compliance.

Where can individuals and businesses find more information about LHDN’s services and tax-related inquiries?

For more information on LHDN’s services and tax-related inquiries, individuals and businesses can visit LHDN’s official website at https://www.hasil.gov.my. The website provides updated information about the services offered, tax regulations, forms, and other resources to ensure a smooth tax compliance process.

What is the purpose of LHDN’s Voluntary Disclosure Program?

LHDN’s Voluntary Disclosure Program encourages taxpayers to come forward and voluntarily disclose any unintentional errors or discrepancies in their tax records. By doing so, taxpayers can rectify their tax affairs without facing severe penalties, fostering tax compliance and transparency.

Can taxpayers file appeals if they disagree with LHDN’s tax assessments or decisions?

Yes, taxpayers have the right to file appeals if they disagree with LHDN’s tax assessments or decisions. LHDN provides a platform for taxpayers to present their arguments and resolve disputes transparently and fairly.

How does LHDN support expatriates in Malaysia regarding tax matters?

LHDN assists expatriates working in Malaysia with the tax clearance process when they leave the country. This ensures that all tax matters, such as final tax assessments and outstanding tax liabilities, are settled before their departure.

What are the contact options to reach LHDN for inquiries and support?

Individuals and businesses can contact LHDN through various channels, including UTC (Urban Transformation Centres), the call centre, HASiL directory, customer care officer, as well as their operating hours. They can also visit regional LHDN offices in person.

How does LHDN educate taxpayers about tax-related matters?

LHDN conducts workshops, seminars, and awareness campaigns as part of its taxpayer education programs. These initiatives aim to enhance tax literacy among taxpayers, educating them about their tax responsibilities, changes in tax laws, and other relevant tax-related matters.

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