Tax payers can now check their personal tax details and transactions through the e-lejar facilities and services provided by the Inland Revenue Board (IRB).
IRB Chief Executive Officer Tan Sri Hasmah Abdullah said starting today, tax payers can check whether records of tax transactions namely assessments, payments and repayments have been updated, determine whether personal details such as address and bank account numbers had been recorded correctly.
“E-Ledger will display tax information, real property gain for the current and previous year. Taxpayer can distinguish whether he has a debit or credit balance and check whether tax assessment submitted through IRB’s e-Filing has been updated in the ledger,” Hasmah told reporters after launching e-lejar here today.
Hasmah added that the e-ledger service would assist the IRB to process rebate for tax payers more effectively and efficiently since the bank account numbers of contributors can be obtained from the e-filing system.
Tax payers must not only check on the information on tax details but must also update or check their personal details like bank account number and address, said Hasmah.
Currently, e-Ledger is only accessible to individual taxpayers who have e-Filing identification numbers.