[MICCI CROWE EXPERT HOUR] Tax implication for Professional Visit Pass (“PVP”) Holders
Our member, Crowe is hosting a webinar together with MICCI, details as below:
Topic: Tax implication for Professional Visit Pass (“PVP”) Holders
Date: 18th August 2022, Thursday
Time: 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Platform: Zoom & Facebook Live
Register at: https://forms.gle/QnMUYSoQ6SAABNDn8
Registration Closing Date: 16th August 2022
The key highlights for the webinar as below:
- Do you know your obligation as a deemed employer to PVP holders?
- What are the tax implications for PVP holders?
- Any exemption available for PVP holders?
A Professional Visit Pass (“PVP”) is granted to foreign talents with acceptable professional qualifications or skills. Generally, such a pass is applied for employees of foreign vendors, suppliers or colleagues from related companies located outside Malaysia.
Most of the local companies in Malaysia who sponsor the work permit under PVP are not aware that they are “deemed employers” for the PVP holders. Hence, the PVP holders also thought that they might not be liable for Malaysian income tax.