Tax & Estate Planning

Get a lower tax bill in 15 minutes. Also, file your taxes by 18 Apr 2020.

Update: As part of support measures in light of the COVID-19 situation, the due date for filing of personal income tax returns has been extended to 31 May 2020. Tax season 2020 is here! If you’ve yet to file your taxes because, “still got time”, you’re not alone. But why risk it, especially when the consequences of accidentally missing the 18 Apr 2020 deadline are so not worth it? Here’s a quick way to make sure you’ve maximised your reliefs

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Tax & Estate Planning

15 minutes to a lower tax bill and smooth Tax Season 2019 (1 Mar – 18 Apr 2019)

Lower your tax bill by maximising the tax reliefs available to you, and pick up some tax filing tips for a smooth tax season. Tax season 2019 has begun, and like most Singaporeans, you may once again be required to file your taxes this year. From filing your taxes to utilising the tax reliefs at hand, here’s a quick way to a breezy tax season. 5 minutes: Find out if you are required to file your taxes this year To

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Tax & Estate Planning

Basic Guide To Taxation In Singapore

Individuals, corporations, trustees, and partnerships that are carrying on profession, trade, or business in Singapore are chargeable with tax. Fortunately for you, the country offers one of the lowest tax rates in the world. Whether you are entering the country’s working scene as a local citizen, a fresh graduate or a foreign worker, you must familiarize yourself with the taxation regulations. Start by reading this guide… AUTHORITY The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS), formed in 1960, is the statutory

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Tax & Estate Planning

How To Pay Zero Income Tax, Legally?

How to pay zero income tax, legally?

When the year is coming to a close, the taxman dress up as Santa Claus and comes knocking on your door. If you have earned at least $22,000 in a year, you will receive a notification from IRAS to file your tax return between February and March. Nobody like to pay tax. Let’s admit it. Fortunately, there is a way to not pay it or reduce the total tax liability payable. No and this guide is not going to teach

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