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By Sivakumar Saravan
How can Singapore adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world? Addressing this question was one of the main focuses of this year's Budget Statement.
By Crowe Horwath First Trust
On 12 January 2017, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (‘IRAS') released the fourth edition of the Singapore Transfer Pricing Guidelines.
By Crowe Horwath First Trust
This is becoming a key priority for multinational enterprises that have their global or regional headquarters in Singapore due to the aggressive actions being taken by other tax administrations.
By Crowe Horwath First Trust
Increasingly, transfer pricing documentation is an important focus area for both taxpayers and tax authorities.
By Crowe Horwath First Trust
On 16 June 2016, Singapore announced that it will join the framework for the implementation of the BEPS Project.
By Sivakumar Saravan, Adrian Kong
With effect from year of assessment 2018, the total amount of personal reliefs that a tax resident individual can claim will be capped at $80,000 per year of assessment.
By Sivakumar Saravan, Adrian Kong
Goods and services tax (GST) was first introduced in Singapore under the Goods and Services Tax Act (GSTA) on 1 April 1994.
By Sivakumar Saravan, Adrian Kong, Sowmya Varadharajan
Transfer pricing continues to be a critical issue for both tax authorities and taxpayers alike and 2015 is likely to see a continuation of the key trends that started to emerge in 2013 and 2014.
By Crowe Horwath First Trust
Donors are eligible for a 250% tax deduction for qualifying donations made to Institutions of a Public Character and other qualifying recipients from 1 January 2009 to 31 December 2015.
By Crowe Horwath First Trust
The current personal income tax rate structure (up to the year of assessment 2016) for tax resident individual taxpayers is shown in the table below...
By Crowe Horwath First Trust
A 30% CIT rebate capped at $30,000 per YA was granted to companies from YA 2013 to YA 2015.