Singapore is often cited as the leading example of countries that continues to reduce corporate income tax rates and introduce various tax incentives to attract and keep global investments. With effect from Year of Assessment 2010, a company is taxed at a flat rate of 17% on its chargeable income regardless of whether it is ...

Singapore annual filling refers to that every corporation is subject to file an annual return to the tax bureau in Singapore. An annual return is a summary of certain company information at the made-up date. Normally the made-up-date is the last date of any calendar month, such as 31 December 2014. It is a separate ...

When considering the registration of a new company or relocation of your existing company to Singapore, note that most Singapore companies are registered as private limited liability companies (commonly known as private limited companies). A private limited company in Singapore is a separate legal entity and shareholders are not liable for the company’s debts beyond ...