Incorporating a Business in Singapore

ZERO set up fees for new clients

Incorporating a Business in Singapore Free:

  • Check company name availability
  • Prepare Singapore incorporation documents
  • Registration with ACRA
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Company profile
  • First board meeting minutes
  • Share certificate
  • Company seal
  • Assistance with bank account opening

 

 

 

 

Company Incorporation

Company Registration in Singapore

ZERO set up fees for new clients

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Singapore Corporate Compliance

No hidden fees. Only low monthly fees and dedicated service.

 

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Incorporating a Business in Singapore

ZERO set up fees for new clients

Accounting

Getting your statutory documentation prepared quickly, accurately and at an affordable price is a given – we take things one step further. Real value from accounting service happens when we explore with management the meaning of the numbers. Real strategies to improve your business operations happen when you completely understand financial insights from your accounting data.

Corporate Secretary

Singapore companies are required by law to have a company secretary. The company secretary is responsible for filing documents related to shareholders with ACRA (Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority) and guiding directors through compliance issues. This includes timely filing of Annual General Meeting documents and filing of annual returns.

Local Director

A Singapore company must have one director whose main residency is in Singapore. If you company doesn’t have any directors who are regular residents in Singapore then you will need to appoint a local director. Of course we are happy to serve you in this capacity. When a foreign director later moves to Singapore they can then take over as the local director.

Local Address

Similar to the Local Director requirement, businesses in Singapore must have a local address. If your firm is being administered from outside of Singapore then you may want to use our local address services. This is an affordable way for non-local directors to meet statutory requirements and receive and manage mail.

Singapore Corporate Compliance

No hidden fees. Only low monthly fees and dedicated service.

 

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Your Business May Also Require

GST Filing

If you are generating more than S$1m in revenue (or expect to) then your firm may be required to collect GST. This means you are required to charge your customers a tax on top of your company fees, and pay the collected amount to the tax authorities. We can help you with GST registration and filing, and ensure that your total GST payments are minimized by carefully analyzing your input and output taxes.

Immigration Assistance

Getting an Employment Pass (EP) in Singapore is no longer as easy as it once was. As your local Director and Company Secretary we’ll provide you with guidance and support you need to ensure your application to reside in Singapore is as strong as possible. This includes a full assessment of the merits and potential weaknesses of your application, signing and filing of the application, communicating with the Ministry of Manpower and the documenation for issuance of your EP.

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Bookkeeping

Pretty much no one likes doing the bookkeeping – which is why they outsource it to us. Our professional accountants make sure that your records always reflect the reality of your business. Bookkeeping includes ledger entries, equipment ledgers, accounts payable and accounts receivable, and checks against your bank statements. No matter how few or how many entries you have per month, we have a bookkeeping solution that is appropriate to your needs.

Payroll

Payroll is commonly outsourced as it can be time consuming for those without expertise. Proper outsourced payroll solutions put all the stakeholders (employee, HR, and Finance Dept) on the same page. We take care of your Central Provident Fund (CPF) calculations, National Service (NS) calculations, Foreign Worker Levy payments, annual leave, over time pay (as applicable), tax clearance issues, and so on.