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About Singapore Taxation
Filing tax returns can be a daunting task for even the most experienced taxpayer. Tax in Singapore is mainly divided into two categories, which are none other than the personal income tax and corporate income tax. Any individual who works or runs business in Singapore is required to file his or her returns to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS). Both types of taxes comprise of income earned in Singapore, as well as that earned in foreign countries for individuals and corporate firms.
3E Accounting understands the difficulties in tax filing for both individual and corporate, therefore we are here to help you to understand more about tax filing Singapore, as well as to provide you the professional tax accountant services. Please browse through the pages to get more insight about tax filing Singapore and our taxation services.
All businesses need to pay income tax as long as their income was derived from or remitted into Singapore. There are other taxes you may need to pay (e.g. withholding, goods and services, property, stamp duty) depending on your business.
The general rule in Singapore is that the government assesses tax for the preceding calendar year on income of an individual, and does so in the following calendar year (Year of Assessment). Continue reading
Did you know that your Singaporean business might benefit from industry-specific and investment-related tax incentives? It’s true, thanks to the Singapore Income Tax Act and follow-on legislation. Continue reading
The PIC Bonus gives businesses a dollar-for-dollar matching cash bonus for YAs 2013 to 2015, subject to an overall cap of $15,000 for all 3 YAs combined. Continue reading
80 percent of Singapores population will live within a 10-minute walk of an MRT station by 2030. Two new MRT lines were unveiled today Continue reading
All businesses will be subject to taxes, in one way or another. Understanding the tax regulations and reliefs available are essential to remain compliant with the relevant laws. Continue reading
All sole proprietorships and partnership in Singapore are taxed based on the personal income tax rate of their owners under the Income Tax Act. Continue reading
The purpose of this guide is to provide information about how to save your personal income tax every year (for tax resident in Singapore). Continue reading
Goods and Services Tax or GST is a broad-based consumption tax levied on the import of goods (collected by Singapore Customs), as well as nearly all supplies of goods and services in Singapore. In other countries, GST is known as the Value-Added Tax or VAT. Continue reading
GST is a broad-based consumption tax levied on the import of goods (collected by Singapore Customs), as well as nearly all supplies of goods and services in Singapore. Continue reading
When it comes to Goods and Services Tax (“GST”) compliance, there are many practical issues that businesses need to consider. Amongst these is determining whether your business is liable for GST registration.
The personal income tax liability is determined by tax residency and amount of taxable income. Some key points of Singapore income tax for individuals will be stated here.
Anyone who earns, derives, or receives income in Singapore will need to pay income tax every year, unless specifically exempted under the Income Tax Act or by an Administrative Concession. Continue reading
In Singapore, its corporate income tax has a single-tier territorial based flat-rate corporate income tax system. There is no double-taxation for stakeholders under the single-tier corporate income tax system. Continue reading
In Singapore, the corporate tax system is the one-tier corporate tax system, which means there is no double-taxation for stakeholders and the tax paid by a Singapore company on its taxable income is the final tax. Continue reading
Foreign income derived from overseas will be taxable in Singapore when remitted to and received in Singapore, which may result in double taxation – once in the foreign country, and a second time when the foreign income is remitted into Singapore. Continue reading
The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore is better known as IRAS. IRAS is part of the statutory board of the Singapore government established under the Ministry of Finance and tasked with being in charge of tax collection. Continue reading
Out of all of Singapore’s businesses, the import and export business is one of the most prolific in the country. In the last few years alone the number of trading companies have increased because the city-state is located at such a strategic spot. Continue reading
In Singapore, it’s a common practice for a business to fill their returns to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) by filing the tax return forms C-S or C. Forms C-S or C must be duly completed… Continue reading
Are you familiar with IRAS’s Document Identification Number? Referred to as DIN for short, the IRAS generates this unique number for the purpose of identifying each income tax return which is issued. A company’s DIN would be available in Form C-S/C for a specific YA (Year of Assessment) period…. Continue reading
Customer accounting for certain prescribed goods will be implemented from 1 January 2019 to deter fraud schemes where the seller absconds with the GST collected… Continue reading
The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore recently said arm’s length charges should be imposed for services provided between related parties, comparable to the charges for such services provided between unrelated parties under similar circumstances…. Continue reading
Businesses in Singapore which are registered for GST are required to file their returns and pay the GST due amount (if any) within a month after the end of the accounting year period which is covered by the GST return. Even if the company’s GST registration is NIL, it must be filed despite the lack of business activity during the accounting period….. Continue reading
If you need help on tax matters:
Contact our 3E tax consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit this IRAS website on corporate tax www.iras.gov.sg
You can also contact IRAS at:
Local Toll-Free: 1800 356 8622
International: (65) 6356 8622
Email via IRAS website