Thursday, September 28, 2017

Rafizi kantoi! Takkan suka bayar GST????


Isu Invoke dan pembekal pekerja KEIP resouces kedua-dua milik Rafizi Ramli.

Kalau Invoke mengambil pekerja sendri, tiada GST akan dikenakan ke atas gaji pekerja-pekerja.

Tetapi Invoke pula membayar syarikat KEIP untuk membekal pekerja kepada Invoke, maka ini adalah satu servis dan GST akan dikenakan.

Kedua-dua syarikat Invoke dan KEIP ditubuhkan pada masa yang sama.

Mengapa Invoke tak mengambil pekerja sendiri tetapi KEIP yang ambil lalu membekalkan kepada Invoke - suatu kaedah perniagaan yang akan dikenakan GST?

Rafizi suka bayar GST ke? Sudah berdaftar untuk GST atau tidak?

Lambat daftar  ataupun tidak bayar GST adalah sesuatu kesalahan di bawah akta GST.

Syarikat KEIP pula, ada untung atau tidak kerana ada kontrak membekal kepada Invoke?



1. The Rafizi-owned KEIP charges the Rafizi-owned Invoke a management fee.

2. KEIP has broken the law and did not register or collect GST in their busieness with Invoke.

3. Rafizi gives a most unbelievable answer on why Invoke has to deal with KEIP resources.

In his press conference today, Rafizi Ramli admitted that KEIP Resources is his own company and that Invoke pays KEIP every month for supply of manpower.

However, he really struggled to explain why he created KEIP Resources to supply manpower to his own invoke. To hide his difficulty in answering he called Rizal Mansor (and me) "bodoh" about 50 to 100 times in his press conference.

His main answer is that it is to minimize risk to the employees of Invoke - hence the put these people under KEIP as he thinks that Invoke will be under threat by the authorities and hence get their employees into trouble.

He says this is because KEIP has no relationship (tiada kena-mengena) with Invoke hence any action on Invoke will not affect KEIP.

Yes.. that is his reason why Rafizi meniaga dengan Rafizi.

To me, this is a most stupid of reason.

The majority shareholder of BOTH companies is him plus KEIP's only customer is Invoke.

Any action on Invoke will affect KEIP as this is already a related-party transaction (something that this supposed accountant does not understand).

Do you think that even if the authorities wanted to take down Invoke, they will not simply just add KEIP to the list? After all, KEIP's employees are Invoke's staff, KEIP has the same 90% majority shareholder and KEIP's only customer is Invoke?

What a stupid reason.

Also, Rafizi showed some invoices from KEIP to Invoke and admitted that KEIP also charges Invoke a management fee surcharge - meaning he is already making money from Invoke.

On top of this, the invoices show that KEIP did not charge Invoke any GST despite their revenues already exceeding RM500k and hence is required to register with customs to collect GST.
(even under the old non-GST tax system, he would still have needed to charge the 6% service tax).

He is already breaking the law here. Customs should take action on him.

Rafizi also confirmed that the RM755k he said he put into Invoke comprises of subscribing to shares worth RM250k and the remainder is a shareholder's advances or loan of RM500k.

This means that he is running Invoke as a business and that Invoke is liable to pay back Rafizi the RM500k at any time.

Thus, he did not donate to Invoke - as is widely believed.

As to why he registered Invoke as a commercial business instead of a NGO, he says that ROS will not approve - but did he even try applying?



  • Anonymous says:
    September 28, 2017 at 8:12:00 PM GMT+8

    Mana link video press conference. ... rakyat mau tengok kekantoian rafizi