Singapore tax publications
Providing insight on the latest tax happenings
Singapore tax alerts
The following tax alerts provide insight on the latest tax happenings in Singapore and around the region.
Business tax alerts
Providing the latest news and updates for your business.
Business Process Solutions (BPS) alerts
For practical information on relevant updates impacting accounting, bookkeeping and payroll, and corporate secretarial services.
Global trade advisory alerts
Practical information on the latest issues for companies operating in Southeast Asia.
Indirect tax alerts
News and updates addressing the latest indirect tax issues in Singapore.
Transfer pricing alerts
For the latest Singapore transfer pricing developments.
Global Employer Services (GES) alerts
GES NewsFlash – delivering Singapore tax and legislative alerts for tax and international HR professionals.
Deloitte Singapore Korean Services Group publication
Monthly newsletter covering the latest tax updates
These brochures will provide information on Singapore’s tax policies and regulations as well as information on our services.
Global Investment and Innovation Incentives
Identifying, understanding, and prioritising the right incentives for your organisation can be a time-consuming and challenging undertaking—but it’s also one that can generate significant benefits.
Deloitte connects you to Global Investment & Innovation Incentives (Gi3) practitioners who are ready to provide support around the world. Our world-class capabilities help you pursue the right incentives by developing and executing an effective incentives strategy for your needs.
Fund management in Singapore
This document summarises the key features of the different licensing requirements and restrictions on business operations for fund management companies in Singapore, along with details on the specific tax incentives schemes for funds managed by Singapore-based fund managers.
Business Process Solutions – Enhancing operational efficiencies
Deloitte’s BPS provides extensive experience and resources through the combined service delivery of Accounting and Bookkeeping Services, Payroll Outsourcing Services and Company Secretarial Services. Our practitioners adopt these services to assist clients to attain significant process improvements at lower cost and risk that suit their specific needs.
Base Erosion and Profit Shifting – The Global Tax Reset
All Singapore groups operating internationally will be impacted by BEPS developments in some way. It is critical that companies understand the potential impact of these developments. If you have not started planning and making plans to deal with the Global Tax Reset, it may be time to do so. In this newsletter, we briefly outline how the Singapore authorities are reacting to BEPS and what it means for Singapore companies.
Country-by-Country Reporting: The FAQs
CbCR will represent a significant new compliance requirement for multinational groups. Whilst Singapore is neither an OECD nor G20 country, Singapore has been playing an active role in the BEPS project and we would expect Singapore to adopt CbCR once sufficient OECD and G20 countries adopt. In this newsletter, we consider frequently asked questions by business leaders about CbCR including what CbCR is, what information is needed, who CbCR applies to, and how businesses can prepare.
Global Tax Reset - the changing world of tax
In 2015, the OECD completed the first phase of its Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”) project, which has been endorsed by the G20 group of countries. Change is already starting to happen as countries seek to implement the recommendations from the BEPS project, and this rate of change is only expected to grow as the post-BEPS world takes shape. The time for sitting back and observing is gone. Multinational groups need to start planning and taking action now to deal with the Global Tax Reset.
Singapore Highlights 2018
A summary of the Tax policies and regulations in Singapore.
Applying for Singapore Government’s incentives
Despite having one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the world, Singapore still offers a wide range of investment incentives for investors including tax holidays and concessions, accelerated depreciation schemes, grants and favourable loan conditions to attract substantive investments. The tax incentives and grants offered in Singapore are generally in the form of exemption from tax, reduction in the rate of tax or subsidies, and are available to a broad spectrum of industries. Learn about some of the tax incentives and grants available to companies in Singapore.
Research and Development (R&D) Tax Incentives in Singapore
An attractive 250% tax deduction for local R&D, to help you along your innovation journey.
Deloitte Southeast Asia: Serving your needs across borders
As trade borders dissolve and the world globalises, Deloitte member firms' clients are demanding consistent and high quality service across borders. Learn how the formation of Deloitte Southeast Asia is one way this level of service can be delivered in the current environment.