How to be GST Ready for your company?

1. The Software – Track record and Malaysia GST compliancy

Selecting software that has been used worldwide usage which has GST/VAT for years, rather than first timer software written for GST.

The Sage 300 ERP (formerly Sage Accpac) has track records in GST/VAT since its DOS day till now in many countries worldwide).

Malaysia GST scenario is unique and difference from other countries because has given exemption to many essentials goods in Malaysia rather than just a flat rate.

The Sage 300 ERP (formerly Sage Accpac) has received accreditation from the Royal Custom of Malaysia as “Malaysia GST Compliance”.


Careware Systems would like to announce the availability to the Malaysia Market the latest version of Malaysia GST Advance for Sage 300 ERP version 2014 & 2016

Malaysia GST Basic

GST Basic

Malaysia GST Advance

GST Advance

2. Careware Team of consultants and support

Careware Team of consultants and support personnel’s apart from certified Sage 300 ERP Consultants were send for 10 days intensive courses by Charted Tax Institute of Malaysia (CTM) with a full day examination.

Ctim Certificate

Careware valued added services to support your company GST efforts.

  1. We will help you in the installation and from training and support of Sage 300 ERP for software deadlines.
  2. Sage 300 ERP GST consultants will help implement and set-up the necessary structure and reporting needed for implantation.

GST 1.3

  1. Reverse Charge – change from Invoice basis to payment basis. Reverse Charge program has been updated from the earlier deployment.
  2. Reverse Charge – on effective on Jan’2016 GST accounting period, which to be submitted by end of Feb’2016, change from payment basis to mix mode basis
  3. Invoice – pay output, but cannot claim input tax.
  4. Payment – only after payment done in the same month or later month, input tax can be reported in GST-03.
  5. For this changes, program need to be updated.
  6. Bad Debt kick started on October 2015 GST-03 reporting – and the policy on reporting in GST-03 is still actively changing.
  7. From optionally do it – to compulsory do it for both sales & purchase.
  8. Change from compulsory for both sales & purchase – to compulsory for purchase, and conditionally for sales.
  9. Change on GST-03 field 17 & 18, instead of reporting Bad Debt Adjustment for both sales & purchases, field 17 & 18 now only report on BDA from sales invoices only.
  10. The bad debt will be updated from time to time if there is any policy changes again.
  11. GST-03
  12. Since after GST started for few months, Custom conducted GST audit and request special transactional report, which similar to GAF file, but instead of BRN number, vendor GST number is required in the report.
  13. GAF program has been updated to allow GST Number to be exported instead of BRN.
  14. Changes on report of BDA in Field 17 & 18.
  15. In future, custom may change on Tax Code composition in field 5A,5B,6A & 6B.


GST 2.0

1. Rename existing GST Tax Code

a. Purchase

  • TXN43 > TXES
  • TXE43 > TXIS

b. Sales

  • ES43 > IES


2. Add New Tax Code

a. Purchase

  • RP          : (0%) Relief Purchase.
  • TXNC    : (6%) Do not want to claim input tax.
  • IMRE     : (6%) Import of Goods used for Mixed Exempt Supply
  • NG-CG   : (0%) Purchase Capital Goods from non-GST registered supplier.

b. Sales

  • ZDA        : (0%) Export to Langkawi, Labuan and Tioman
  • NS            : (0%) Non Supply (eg. transfer business ownership)


3. Revised GAF-03 file format update.