Changes that will extend Labour Law to Singapore’s PMETs

Changes That will Extend Labour Law to Singapore’s PMETs

Parliament Introduces Changes That Extend Labour Law to Singapore’s PMETs More of Singapore’s workers are set to benefit from protection and better working conditions under the Employment Act’s new proposed changes. The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) Singapore on Tuesday (2 Oct) tabled the Employment (Amendment) Act’s first reading in parliament.This changes will covered all Singapore’s…

Agreement for Double Taxation Avoidance Between Singapore and Brazil

Comprehensive Agreement for Double Taxation Avoidance Signed Between Singapore and Brazil On 7 May 2018, Singapore signed a comprehensive agreement with the Federative Republic of Brazil. The agreement pertained to the Avoidance of Double Taxation (DTA), and the agreement was signed between Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr Vivian Balakrishnan and Brazil’s Minister of Foreign…

3E Accounting Newsletter

E-Newsletter October 2018

Dear Valued Clients, Welcome to our E-Newsletter October 2018 October will mark the beginning of the final quarter of 2018. Before we move to October, let us have a quick look at Singapore’s economic performance in the past few months. Following the good performance in Q2, Singapore’s economic performance has seen strong performance in August.…

Singapore Food and Beverage Service To Have Unified Payment System

Singapore Food and Beverage Service To Have Unified Payment System

Singapore Food and Beverage Service(12,000 Hawker Stalls) To Have Unified Payment System Singapore’s Nets system will be bringing cashless payments to 12,000 hawker stalls, canteens and coffee shops. In an attempt to unify what is currently a fragmented e-payment setting, Nets is the first “master acquirer” which will bring this system to the designated vendors…

3E Accounting Newsletter

E-Newsletter September 2018

Dear Valued Clients, Welcome to our E-Newsletter September 2018 I hope this email finds you well! Singaporean economic’s expansion pace is expected to moderate in 2H18 due to the weakening global growth outlook, as well as increased trade tension of the global economy. Having said that, Singaporean economy has seen a steady growth in the…

Singapore Is Going Cashless

Singapore is Going Cashless

Singapore Government Aiming to Make the City-State a Cashless Society By 2025 The days of paying with cash are slowly fading into the sunset. Singapore, one of the most influential economic powerhouses in Asia, is moving to a cashless society. According to Ong Ye Kung, the Education minister of Singapore, who is also a board…