Let's look at the last 3 tax codes for supplies, TX-E43, TX-N43 and TX-RE which only applicable to GST registered trader that makes both taxable and exempt supplies (or commonly known as partially exempt trader)
Purchase with GST incurred directly attributable to incidental exempt supplies.
TX-E43 is to be used for transactions involving the payment of input tax that is directly attributable to the making Incidental Exempt Supplies. Incidental Exempt Supplies include interest income from deposits placed with a financial institution in Malaysia, realized foreign exchange gains or losses, first issue of bonds, first issue of shares through an Initial Public Offering and interest received from loans provided to employees, factoring receivables, money received from unit holders for units received by a unit trust etc.
|Interest received from loans provided to employees|
|GST - Input Tax||TX-E43|
Purchases with GST directly attributable to the making Non-Incidental Exempt Supplies.
Tax code TX-N43 is to be used for transactions involving the payment of input tax that is directly attributable to the making Non-Incidental Exempt Supplies. Examples of non-incidental exempt supplies include sale and rental of residential properties and financial services provided.
|Repairs of residential property generating rental income|
|Repairs and Maintenance|
|GST - Input Tax||TX-N43|
Purchases with GST not directly attributable to the making of taxable or exempt supplies
Tax code TX-RE refers to GST incurred which is not directly attributable to the making of taxable or exempt supplies (or commonly known as residual input tax). Example includes operation overheads for a mixed development property projects which comprise of residential and commercial properties.
|Indirect overheads paid which cannot be attributed to taxable or exempt supplies|
|GST - Input Tax||TX-RE|
|Bank / Cash|