Company Incorporation Singapore

Singapore, Singapore
Number of Offices 1
Expert Count 20
Company Size 10 - 100
Contact Info
Address 20 Cecil St, Equity Plaza
049705
Singapore
Singapore
Description

Singapore Business Registration Services for Entrepreneurs & Corporations

Areas of Practice
  • Tax Planning
  • Tax Law
  • Wealth Management
  • Company Formation
  • Other Consultancy
Singapore Business Registration Services for Entrepreneurs & Corporations
Singapore Singapore
20 Cecil St, Equity Plaza
049705
Singapore
Singapore
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All income earned in Singapore is subject to tax. However, the country has one of the most attractive personal income tax rates in the world. The rates vary for resident individuals and non-resident individuals. Find more information on Singapore...
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Cheryl Lee from Company Incorporation Singapore shared a publication
06:14 16 September 2014

All income earned in Singapore is subject to tax. However, the country has one of the most attractive personal income tax rates in the world. The rates vary for resident individuals and non-resident individuals. Find more information on Singapore personal tax.

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Cheryl Lee from Company Incorporation Singapore shared a publication
12:07 10 September 2014

The Ministry of Manpower, Singapore recently amended certain provisions of the city-state’s Employment Act (EA). Enacted in 1968, EA is the country’s main labour law seeking to ensure reasonable employment standards while balancing businesses’ need to stay competitive. The changes extend Part IV protection of EA to more non-workmen, general provisions of the EA to more PMEs, as well as enhance enforcement and compliance with employment standards. Also, recognising the practical business concerns of employers, the amendments had put a limit to the overtime rate payable for non-workmen, and modified some provisions of the employees leave entitlement provisions.

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Cheryl Lee from Company Incorporation Singapore shared a publication
04:55 25 August 2014

A Singapore EPC* is a private limited company with 20 or fewer shareholders, none of which should be corporate entities. Such EPCs, with annual revenue below S$5 million, and dormant companies are exempted from having their accounts audited, and can just do unaudited financial statements, commonly known as director’s reports. But if the EPC’s annual turnover exceeds S$5 million, an annual statutory audit is mandatory.

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Cheryl Lee from Company Incorporation Singapore shared a publication
07:18 19 August 2014

Remember to file a patent application, expand your network, prepare a sound business plan, and pursue various funding options to succeed. Always go for a shareholders agreement that ensures controlling rights of the company are always with the main person behind the tech idea, as in the case of Facebook.

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