Everything you need to know about the Quality Assessment Programme (QAP)

Read this article to find out more about QAP and the benefits it has for audit firms.

Thumbs Up for Quality Assessment Programme (QAP)

Early participating firms recommend that their peer audit firms embark on QAP

Ethics, Technology, and the Professional Accountant in the Digital Age

Change is here—and more is coming—for the accountancy profession. New technologies are driving that change.

Simplifying the Principles of Attribution of Profits to PE

Most of the tax treaties are developed and concluded between countries based on a treaty framework published by international organisations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (“OECD”) and United Nations (“UN”), among others.

Dr. Veerinderjeet at the Malaysian Tax Conference 2021: Regulate Shadow Economy, Improve Tax Administration to Speedily Boost Tax Compliance and Collection

Tax collection could be raised without resorting to additional new taxes such as capital gains tax, wealth tax and the reintroduction of goods and services tax (GST) by addressing tax non-compliance and systemic inefficiencies.

MIA Women Leadership Conference 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic did not just change the world and how we work and live, but it forced women to become even more agile, adept and resilient in balancing work and family.

Embracing eConfirm.my: The Experience Thus Far

Early adopters recommend that their peer audit firms adopt this electronic bank confirmation platform, as the pros outweigh the cons.

MIA Member Satisfaction Survey 2020: Nearly 80% of MIA Members are Satisfied with MIA’s Value and Services

Backed by a data-driven mindset, MIA engages actively with all its stakeholders to collect and analyse relevant data that will shape its strategies and actions.

Enhancing Members’ Wellbeing in 2021

Like most segments of the society and economy, the profession endured an unprecedented annus horribilis in 2020.

Decisions of the Disciplinary Committee of the MIA

Decisions of the Disciplinary Committee of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (‘Institute’) against members pursuant to Rule 18(1) of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (Disciplinary) Rules 2002