And here's how to legally take advantage of tax savings.
From PropertyGuru via Yahoo!: To celebrate 50 years of National Service (NS) in Singapore, members of the armed forces are entitled to $500,000 worth of exclusive benefits at more than 30 CapitaLand properties across the country. “As a Singapore brand that has grown to be one of Asia’s largest real estate companies, CapitaLand is commemorating Singapore’s 50 years of National Service by rolling out a comprehensive suite of offerings across our various businesses to make it even more rewarding for our National Servicemen,” said its president and Group CEO Lim Ming Yan.
From Motley Fool Singapore: OCBC’s formula for digital banking is simple. It will be looking at customers’ needs as a starting point to develop appropriate solutions. The bank believes that this approach will deliver a superior customer experience. In its latest 2016 annual report, OCBC shared 10 ways it has changed in order to adapt to a banking world that is turning digital.
From Yahoo! Finance Singapore: The time has come again to file your individual income tax returns – and the April 18 deadline is just around the corner. That said, under the No-Filing Service (NFS), many taxpayers have been informed that they are not required to file a tax return. However, that does not mean you are not required to pay any taxes. It simply means that your tax bill will be computed automatically based on your auto-included income (submitted by your employer) and previous year’s relief claims, which may be adjusted if you do not meet the eligibility criteria. With that, I believe that one should always file your own taxes to take advantage of potential tax savings. Here are a few tips on how you can reduce your income taxes legally.
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