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Certificate of Incorporation in Singapore

A certificate of Incorporation is a legal documents that is issued by the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore (ACRA), Singapore’s registrar of companies. Below is an example of the Certificate of Incorporation. What is contained inside the Certificate of Incorporation? Name of the company Registration number/ Unique Entity Number (UEN) Date of incorporation … Continue reading Certificate of Incorporation in Singapore

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Singapore’s Work Pass Administrative Fees to Increase from 2019

From 1 April 2019, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) will be revising all work pass application and issuance/renewal fees. These changes will apply to the Employment Pass, S Pass, Work Permit, and several other passes. A comparison table has been provided to further illustrate the current and upcoming administrative fees: Type of Pass Current From 1 April 2019 Application Issuance/Renewal … Continue reading Singapore’s Work Pass Administrative Fees to Increase from 2019

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Shareholder Agreements and What Should Be Included

Photo: Virtus Law A Shareholders Agreement is a legal document that entails the rights and obligations of the shareholders in a company. It helps to provide a framework that governs the relationship of the shareholders and the management of the company. The Shareholders agreement will usually spell out the rights of each shareholder and party … Continue reading Shareholder Agreements and What Should Be Included

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China not afraid to utilise rare earth minerals in trade war with US

In lieu of the recent trade disputes between the US and China, China has been signalling that it could possible restrict the export of rare earth minerals to the US. It being the largest producer of these raw materials by a wide margin, the US relies on these exports for their high-growth sectors such as … Continue reading China not afraid to utilise rare earth minerals in trade war with US

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How to answer ‘What’s your biggest weakness?’

Source: BBC News In most, if not, all job interviews will ask the one question that, in one way or another, decides the outcome of the interview. This question will help the interviewers determine just what kind of person (outside of what is on their resume) they would be getting if they were to offer … Continue reading How to answer ‘What’s your biggest weakness?’

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Missing lawyer Jeffrey Ong, linked to $33m case involving Allied Tech, arrested and charged with cheating another firm

  Jeffrey Ong Su Aun, managing partner of JLC Advisors law firm, previously suspected of taking more than $33 million, has been arrested and is being charged of cheating. Ong, a 41-year old Singaporean lawyer was caught in Malaysia and was taken back to Singapore on May 30. He was charged on June 1st in … Continue reading Missing lawyer Jeffrey Ong, linked to $33m case involving Allied Tech, arrested and charged with cheating another firm

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Key Changes in GST from 1 January 2019

There have been three key changes to the Goods and Services Tax (“GST”) in Singapore as of 1 January 2019. The three changes are in relation to: Customer Accounting; Hand Carried Exports Scheme (HCES); and GST Registration Rules Customer Accounting For the sale of prescribed goods: GST-registered customers will have to account for the GST … Continue reading Key Changes in GST from 1 January 2019