E-invoicing in Malaysia

Prepare your business or software for the upcoming LHDN reporting regulations, effective from August 1, 2024, for companies with a turnover exceeding 100 million MYR.

As a globally trusted and experienced provider of e-invoicing and reporting solutions, with 10 years of experience, we will help your business with the following matters:

  • Send compliant invoices to the LHDN. We will report the invoices to the LHDN before sending them to the buyer. 
  • Transport your invoices via the Peppol network.
  • Test sending and reporting invoices to the LHDNM for free.

Does your company need to comply with Malaysia its reporting regulations? Or do you have customers that request Malaysian e-invoicing features? Request a test account to get started. 


How it works

Malaysia has implemented a mandatory reporting approach where the Malaysian tax authority - the LHDN - receives a summary or full copy of every e-invoice. 

What adds complexity to e-invoicing in Malaysia are the varying regulations and methods that apply to B2B, B2G, B2C, and cross-border transactions. And what about the Peppol network, endorsed by the MDEC as the prefered delivery method? 

We understand that this entire process can feel overwhelming. That's why we created a detailed document that explains all these technical processes. Request our 'E-invoicing in Malaysia' guide for more information . You will receive the document once we approve your request.

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