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The low corporate tax rate is one of the biggest benefits of incorporating a Singapore company. The tax is imposed on all income accrued in or derived from Singapore, as well as on all foreign-sourced income remitted to Singapore, with certain qualifying exemptions.
Navigating the tax plan services can be daunting. With our team of experts, you can benefit from Singapore’s business-friendly taxation policies. Aided by a sound understanding of Singapore’s regulatory tax landscape, we offer the following range of tax advisory services.
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All companies must submit annual corporate tax returns to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS). The deadline to submit audited or unaudited accounts is usually on the 30th of November annually. Singapore adopts the preceding year basis taxation. Therefore, the profits for the financial year ending in the preceding year will form the basis for filing the corporate tax returns in the current year. Learn More »
Singapore adopts a progressive personal tax rates, relative to an individual’s income. It is mandatory to file for your annual personal tax returns to IRAS by the 15th of April of every year. Our team of professionals can help you with the requirements related to tax advisory services in Singapore. Learn More »
Goods and Service Tax (GST), similar to the Value Added Tax (VAT) in many countries, is a consumption tax on most domestic goods and services. Singapore’s GST is currently at 7%. Learn More »
The pricing of services, goods and intangibles that happens related parties is called Transfer pricing. Related parties should adopt transfer pricing. Taxpayers should prepare and keep transfer pricing documentation ready to show that their related party transactions are conducted at arm’s length principle. Learn More »
ECI, also known as Estimated Chargeable Income (ECI), is an estimate of a company’s chargeable income for a Year of Assessment (YA). Every company is required by IRAS to submit an ECI within 3 months from the end of each financial year. However, with effect from YA 2013, a new administrative concession applies to companies with a financial year ending October 2012 or after. Learn More »
According to Singapore’s Income Tax Act, a person must withhold tax when payment of a specified nature is made to non-residents companies. This is called the Withholding Tax, whose rate depends on the nature of payment, and varies from 10% to 17%. Our reputation as one of leading Singapore tax agents and corporate services provider is unmatched, and we can help you deal with the integrities of Withholding Tax in Singapore. Learn More »
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