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Updated Guidelines for Software Development Kit (SDK) of Malaysia

The Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (IRBM) updated guidelines and the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the MyInvois System on April 6, 2024, focusing on the gradual implementation of e-invoicing. 

The SDK 1.0 updates include enhancements like validations, documentation, new features, and guidance on digital signatures. The SDK update, initially launched in February, introduces clarifications and new technical details, specifically addressing e-signature requirements for the upcoming CTC mandate, which is set to commence in August 2024.

According to the update, all documents must have an e-signature to ensure their integrity and authenticity. Only certificates issued by Certification Authorities recognized by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission can be used. This requirement necessitates the use of local certificates for e-invoice signing, as foreign Certification Authorities are currently not acknowledged in Malaysia. 

The revised e-invoice guidelines aim to clarify provisions and provide clearer instructions for implementation. These updates aim to facilitate smoother e-invoicing adoption, aligning with Malaysia’s commitment to digital transformation and efficiency in tax administration.


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