Myanmar workers in Malaysia required to pay income tax

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The photo depicts two Myanmar workers at the workplace in Malaysia.

The Myanmar Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, has announced that Myanmar labourers must pay a six-month income tax from October 2023 to March 2024 at the rate of two per cent.
The statement highlights that the income tax payment by Myanmar citizens residing abroad contributes to education, health, transport, and other public services for citizens at home.
Additionally, the statement mentions that taxpayers can enjoy tax relief when purchasing houses, land, apartments, and vehicles at home by presenting the certificate of income tax payment.
Myanmar embassies in Korea, Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia have communicated that Myanmar citizens living and working in these countries must fulfil their income tax obligations. — TWA/ TRKM

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