Can a Company Loan to Its Directors?

Under S.140B, a company that provides loans or advances to directors, which are funded from internal funds shall be deemed to have a gross income consisting of interest from such loans or advances for that basis period. Such interest is assessed under paragraph 4(c) of the ITA.

However, if the loans or advances to directors are financed from external funds or third party, then the provision of S.140B of the ITA is not applicable.

 Funds For Loans Or Advances to Director

Computation of Deemed Interest Income On Loan
 Or Advances To Directors of The Company

The sum of the monthly interest is determined in accordance with the formula:

*A = balance of loans or advances after deducting repayment of loans or advances and adding any new loans or advances made during that month.

 Determination On The Amount Of Interest Income Deemed To Be Received By The Company

Interest-free: The amount of interest will be computed or determined based on the prescribed formula with ALR published by BNM in the basis year in which the loans or advances are given.

 Other Provisions Related To Loan Or Advances To Directors

Loan to Directors by a Dormant Company
๐Ÿ‘‰Company deemed to commence operations 
๐Ÿ‘‰Loans to directors are subject to S.140B 
๐Ÿ‘‰Interest deemed to be assessed under paragraph 4(c)


Loans or advances to directors via a partnership
๐Ÿ‘‰ Loans by a company to a partnership in which the partners are also directors are subject to S.140B
๐Ÿ‘‰Total loans made to directors are based on the percentage of capital contribution of each partner

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