• 6 min readLast Updated: July 10, 2024

    In Singapore, working there for at least 183 days makes you a tax resident. There's an exception: even with shorter stays, continuous work or residence for two years can qualify you, though this excludes company directors, entertainers, and professionals.

  • Parent Relief & Disabled Parent Relief in Singapore: Criteria & Amount
    3 min readLast Updated: June 5, 2024

    These reliefs were introduced to encourage Singapore’s taxpayers to be more willing to give financial support to aging parents or grandparents. Read to find out more.

  • Who can Apply for Certificate of Residence (COR) in Singapore?
    8 min readLast Updated: June 5, 2024

    Singapore tax residence certificates are issued by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore. Every taxpayer in Singapore is regarded as either a tax resident or non-resident. Learn more about it.

  • Are Gifts Subject to Tax in Singapore?
    2 min readLast Updated: May 28, 2024

    Depending on the situation and the value of the gifts, some gifts given by employers to employees may be subject to taxation in Singapore. Read this article to find out more.

  • Singapore Goods & Services Tax (GST): Charges & Eligibility
    14 min readLast Updated: May 21, 2024

    Did You Know? GST is the Singaporean government’s second-largest source of tax revenue. Do you know of the benefits of GST? Read this article to find out more.

  • Tax Evasion in Singapore: Avoidance & Penalties
    5 min readLast Updated: May 21, 2024

    Governments create tax laws to ensure that citizens pay all taxes. However, some attempt to circumvent such payments of taxes through the use of either tax evasion or tax avoidance. Learn more here.

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