It’s always hard to find stuff for self employed individuals like me, so since I’ve already done my research, I might as well share it with others who are in a similar situation as me. I just had a baby boy and he’s doing mightily fine. As a self employed, I have no company benefits as a father. Since almost all the benefits given by the company as a employee is co-shared by the government (meaning that the G will reimburse the company), I can only claim the part of the benefits that is given by the government, called Government Paid Paternity Leave (GPPL). What about the company’s portion? Too bad, that’s part of the cons of being a self employed, so I can only LPPL.
There are two benefits that a father can claim, if you fulfill the following conditions:
1. Your child is a Singapore citizen
2. You …