Why eInvoicing?
eInvoice, mandated by the Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) of Malaysia, aims to enhance business efficiency and curb tax evasion.
The implementation will occur gradually, starting in August 2024.

The eInvoice workflow begins with a sale or transaction. Suppliers issue eInvoices through the MyInvois Portal or API. Validated e-Invoices are stored in IRBM’s database, allowing taxpayers to view their historical e-Invoices. This system simplifies the invoicing process, making it efficient and accessible for businesses of all sizes.

When do you need to start eInvoicing?

The implementation will occur gradually, starting in August 2024 as below:

1 Aug 2024 - For businesses with an annual turnover of RM100 million or more
1 Jan 2025 - Businesses with an annual turnover of RM25 million to RM100 million
1 Jul 2025 - eInvoice becomes mandatory for all taxpayers in Malaysia

However, businesses can voluntarily embrace e-invoicing from 1 January 2024.


What can you do to prepare for eInvoicing?
As the shift to eInvoicing approaches, here are three key steps to ensure you're prepared for a seamless transition:
Safe, secure & reliable
Experience peace of mind with LHDN e-Invoice – it's safe, secure, and utterly reliable. Your data seamlessly integrates into your accounting software with just a click, streamlining your financial processes effortlessly.
Minimize errors and increase efficiency
By eliminating manual tasks such as sorting, printing, and data entry, eInvoice significantly reduce the chances of human error. This streamlined process removes the potential for mistakes and saves valuable time that would otherwise be spent on invoice processing. The technology relies on standardized data, ensuring validation before the invoice reaches your accounting software and is automatically processed, guaranteeing accuracy in your financial records.