The Singapore individual income tax rates for YA 2020 are shown below. Singapore individual / personal income taxes are charged progressively (0% –
Frequently Asked Questions : Taxation & Accounting | Singapore Personal Income Tax
The Stamp Duty Tax for property transfer in Singapore is as follows: Value of property Rate (%) First S$180,000 1.0 Next
Income from overseas is taxable in the following scenarios: It is received in Singapore through partnerships established in Singapore Your
Non-residents are taxed at a flat rate of 15%.
Any income earned by providing technical, consulting or other professional services as a part of their trade, profession or business is considered as
The due date or deadline for filing individual taxes or personal income tax is 15 April each year. Late filing or failing to file at all could incur
As a Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR), you will be considered a tax resident. You may refer to the Rikvin resource page for Singapore Personal Taxes
Yes. You are liable to pay Singapore tax for the professional services rendered in Singapore. It does not matter where you are paid.
You will be taxed on the income derived from Singapore unless it is exempted from tax.
Under the normal scenario, personal overseas income received in Singapore is not taxable. This includes overseas income paid into a Singapore bank
Overseas taxable income is reported as “Employment Income” or “Other Income” when you file your personal annual tax returns. If it is not taxable, you
Employer-provided fringe benefits are taxed in the employee's hands. As a number of benefits are taxed on a concessionary basis in Singapore, it is