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What do you know about personal income tax in Singapore for locals and foreigner

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What do you know about personal income tax in Singapore for locals and foreigners?
This is a very interesting question and so if anyone has any thoughts, ideas or thoughts of their own, I'd love to hear them

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Edited by Алефтина Петрова at 2021-10-9 16:20

As far as I know, if your income in any form exceeds the individual tax credit threshold of S$20,000 a year in Singapore, you are likely liable to pay some Singapore income tax. Whether you are a local or foreign employee or self-employed, and the calculation is done using the government sdl calculator. But also personal tax varies for employed and self-employed people in Singapore according to the tax rules set by IRAS
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As far as I know, non-residents refers to individuals who have been and worked in Singapore for less than 183 days. A Non-Resident Individual must file an income tax return by completing Form M and otherwise IRAS will incur a late fee.
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