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How to Register a Business in Singapore
Registering your business with ACRA
Things you need to do after registering your business
Singapore Immigration Requirements
Construction firm boss fined, jailed for collecting kickbacks, assaulting MOM officer
SINGAPORE - The managing director of a construction firm has been fined $169,000 and sentenced to three weeks in jail for receiving kickbacks from employees and for assaulting an officer from the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).
As a tourist in Singapore, if you make any purchase of more than S$100 at participating shops, you may claim a refund on the 7% Goods and Services Tax (GST) paid on your purchases. To know whether a shop is participating in the Tourist Refund Scheme, look for a “Tax Free” shopping logo or sign displayed at the shop. You can also check with the retailer whether your purchases are eligible for GST refund
Annual Filing Requirements for Singapore Companies (1)
Staying Compliant with ACRA
Annual General Meeting (AGM) / Filing of Annual Returns (AR)
Requirement for Filing Accounts
Filing Directors Reports/Audited Accounts:
Annual Filing Requirements for Singapore Companies (2)
Filing of Annual Return
Filing Financial Statements in XBRL
Failure for non compliance with ACRA
Filing Requirements for Private Limited Companies in Singapore
Employment Pass vs EntrePass Comparison
Foreign business professionals and entrepreneurs who plan to relocate to Singapore are often not clear whether they should apply for an Employment Pass or Entrepreneur Pass (EntrePass). The purpose of this guide is to provide a general guidance on the difference between the two relocation schemes.
Singapore Personal Income Tax Guide
This article provide an overview of personal income taxation in Singapore. If you are interested to learn about corporate taxation, refer to Singapore corporate tax guide. To calculate estimated Singapore taxes and to compare how they stack up against those in your home country, refer to our online tax calculator.
Personal Tax for Singapore Non-Residents
Your employment income is exempt from tax if you are here on short-term employment for 60 days or less in a year. This exemption does not apply if you are a director of a company, a public entertainer or exercising a profession in Singapore. Professionals include foreign experts, foreign speakers, queen’s counsels, consultants, trainers, coaches etc.