Driving value and results
Turning knowledge into value for our clients is what differentiates us from our competitors. Because our staff think beyond the immediate compliance task, and can leverage institutional knowledge from our wider team, they are well positioned to provide insight and advice around planning, compliance and risk management.
Avoiding common mistakes
As a young entrepreneur or a new business owner, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of it all. You may have a business plan, a driving passion and a business location, but there are many things you need to pay attention to when starting a business in Malaysia. At TJW, we’re here to help.
Choosing your business vehicle is important. Whether you choose sole-proprietorship, partnership or Sdn. Bhd, this choice can affect your personal assets. We can help you choose the right business vehicle to save you time, costs, and any risks of having to restart the process.
Non-compliance can cause heavy penalty fines. Failure to get approval for business licenses, and failure to register correctly with the Labour office and Customs can negatively impact on your ability to start your business. Speak to us today about helping you with your paperwork.
Making the right business decisions requires the right advice from qualified accountants. As a new-starter, it’s easy to get poorly advised by under-staffed accounting firms who lack expertise. In our over 40 years, we’ve gained the trust of Malaysian entrepreneurs and have helped thousands of SMEs grow.
How TJW can help
You need to know your profit and return of investment for your time and money, in order to make the best decisions for your business. We pride ourselves on being an efficient accounting firm you can trust.
We are often asked by entrepreneurs whether to set up their business as an enterprise type of business, from a sole-proprietorship, partnership or a private limited (Sdn. Bhd.), and we know the right questions to ask to help you make the right choice.
Whether you are applying for registration with authorities including Customs, IRB, Labour office, KWSP, PERKESO, BOMBA and Majlis Bandaraya, our expert team can help. We’re constantly up to date with the changing laws in Malaysia and can help ensure your new business is compliant with any required licenses and registration so you avoid penalties.
On top of making sure your business set up is compliant with Malaysian laws, our team will give you sound business advice to help you navigate any challenges. As most startups struggle within their first five years, we’ll work with you to help you organise how you will manage costs, hire employees and plan for revenue growth.
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If you’re a new business owner, speak to us today about how we can help you set up your business. Our helpful team will get back to you shortly with a recommendation.