Tax season is upon us again. Whether it’s is your first time filing taxes, or you need a quick refresher, don’t worry – if you happen to be a tax resident in Singapore, it’s quite a straightforward process. Here’s what you need to know about filing your income tax return.
What are the due dates to file your income tax?[table “135” not found /]
How do you know if you have to file taxes?
The filing process depends on your tax residency status. You are considered a tax resident if you stay or work in Singapore:
- For at least 183 days in a calendar year; or
- For at least 183 days for a continuous period over two years (applies to foreign employees who have entered Singapore from 1 Jan 2007 but excludes directors of a company, public entertainers or professionals); or
- Continuously for three consecutive years.
[block]If you are a non-resident, …