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Rikvin Business Blog
Blogs about incorporating in Singapore, including startup tips, accounting and taxation basics, and understanding work visa issues
Enhanced BizFile+ System As announced on 5 Nov 2015, ACRA’s online business filing and information portal (“BizFile“) is being revamped and will undergo system migration to transition to BizFile+, which will launch on 3 Jan 2016. You may wish to note that: all filing and registration online services will not be available from 26 Dec 2015 to 2 Jan 2016; a few select BizFile…Read More
More so than any other time in history, the digital revolution is changing the global economy through how it has enabled micro entrepreneurship around the world. This phenomenon is particularly prominent in Asia, where advancements in technology have dissolved many of the barriers that enterprising individuals used to face. In this digital age, being an entrepreneur is no longer a sacrificial decision made by…Read More
Singapore has one of the most migrant-heavy populations, with non-residents making about 30% of the country’s total population. With a country that has little natural resource, nurturing and cultivating its human resource has naturally become a priority for the small nation-state. That said, citizens have begun to raise concerns about the high number of foreign talent competing for jobs with locals; and this has…Read More
A comprehensive guide to understanding AGMs in Singapore As part of the ongoing compliance regulatory obligations, all private limited and public listed companies incorporated in Singapore are required to hold their AGMs in accordance with Section 175, Section 197 and Section 201 of the Companies’ Act. Understanding the statutory requirements that your company has to meet will be important in helping you prepare, anticipate…Read More
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (“OECD”) recently launched the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”) Project. What does this mean for companies in Singapore? With rapid advances in technology breaking down physical barriers, multi-national corporations (“MNCs”) and small and medium enterprises (“SMEs”) have begun to expand their operations across the globe – a development that has gradually led to rising concerns of…Read More