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IRB@LHDN – 2014 Overpaid Tax Refund

I submitted my 2014 IRB@LHDN tax return on 26 May 2015. By middle of July 2015, I have not received any emails or notification from IRB@LHDN with regards to my overpaid tax refund. So, in the middle of August, I filed a complaint to IRB@LHDN through their website, to enquire the status of my overpaid tax refund. Within the next working day, I received a reply from IRB@LHDN officer, informing that she had submitted my case to the local IRB@LHDN for further processing. And it will require 14 days before I can expect any reply from them.

One week later, I saw IRB@LHDN made the transfer to my bank account.

For those of you in same situation like me, I suggest you to file a complaint to IRB@LHDN through their website. Or, go to IRB@LHDN official website. Look for Feedback -> Customer Feedback Form -> Taxation Inquiry -> Tax Refund. You will need to fill in the form. So, make sure you have your tax return details with you.

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How Long Can We Expect Tax Refund from Inland Revenue Board (IRB) @ Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri (LHDN)?

I read from The Star Online that Inland Revenue Board (IRB) @ Lembaga Hasil Dalam  Negeri (LHDN) stated that all tax refund are processes within 30 days from the e-filing submission.
I submitted my 2013 income tax through e-filing on 17 June 2014. I have tax paid in excess due to my monthly tax deduction through PCB (Potongan Cukai Bulanan). Yesterday (8 July 2014), I received the overpaid tax through direct transfer to my bank account. So, what do you think about the time frame of the tax refund? I would say IRB@LHDN had done a great job to keep their promise. Their efficiency had made many Malaysian smiles. Keep up the good work! 
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