Foreign investors interested in setting up a business in Singapore should know that it is highly recommended to receive the assistance of an accounting firm, especially if your company is a medium or large one with international operations and many employees. If you want to open a business on the local market our Singapore accounting firm can help you comply with the taxation requirements, as our accountants are specialists in tax legislation.
• audit services; • taxation services; • corporate advisory; • risk advisory; • payroll and human resources services.
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Audit services in Singapore
Our team of accountants will provide you with audit services, which will verify the financial statements and other documents of the company to see if they were issued in accordance with the Singaporean accounting standards; our accountants will perform statutory audits or company due diligence procedures, applicable in the case of Mergers&Acquisitions.
Taxation in Singapore
Foreign companies are not taxed at the same rates; if you are a national from a country which has signed a double taxation treaty with Singapore, your company will be exempt from paying several taxes. Our accounting firm can offer you assistance related to the filing of income tax returns, corporate tax, corporate tax planning, international tax advisory, goods and services tax (registration, filing, compliance).
Our accounting firm in Singapore can offer you financial consultancy in order to maximize the value of your business; our accountants can provide you with their expertise in fields such as implementing business strategies, cash flow improvements or improving company’s profits and many other accounting related services.
In order to avoid possible risks, our team of accountants will offer their services to improve the efficiency of your company in terms of compliance with the local legislation.
Our accountants in Singapore will provide you with services related to payroll, such as the issuance and registration of salaries, calculating the taxes which the company must pay for its employees or calculating bonuses awarded to the employees.