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Malaysia for work?

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taxes using our calculator.

Your expected gross salary

Monthly salary in MYR (4,001 - 999,999)

Disclaimer: This tax calculator is for informational and indicative purposes, and does not consider all sources of income apart from monthly salary, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for tax, legal or accounting advice. Exness does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors at all times. This is not an official Exness document nor a job offer.

Frequently asked questions

This calculator may come in handy for those who are looking to relocate to Malaysia.

Based on the current immigration laws, the minimum monthly salary for relocation of foreign nationals is MYR 4,001.

To be considered a tax resident, an individual must be present in Malaysia for 182 days or more in a calendar year. Visit the website of the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia for more details on tax residency criteria.

As a tax resident, an employee will be taxed based on the progressive tax rate and will be eligible for individual tax reliefs. Read more about the types of tax reliefs on the website of the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia.

Non-tax residents are taxed at a flat rate of 30% instead and are not entitled to any tax reliefs.

To calculate the monthly tax payable, without taking into account any tax reliefs, we first multiply the annual gross salary by the applicable tax rate below to find the annual income tax payable. Then, we divide the resulting amount by the months employed.

Taxable income bracket (MYR)


0 to 5,000


5,001 to 20,000


20,001 to 35,000


35,001 to 50,000


50,001 to 70,000


70,001 to 100,000


100,001 to 250,000


250,001 to 400,000


400,001 to 600,000


600,001 to 1,000,000


1,000,001 to 2,000,000




An estimated amount of tax payable is deducted from the employee’s monthly salary by their employer. The employee will then need to file their final tax return and settle any outstanding payments or claim a refund if they have overpaid by 30 April of the following year.

While we try to provide accurate and up-to-date calculations, this calculator should only be used as a guide on what deductions to expect from your salary when working in Malaysia. We cannot guarantee its validity, and will not be held responsible for any mistakes or problems that arise from the use of this tool.