Drawing-up your own business in Singapore? Exquisite choice! Singapore is one of Asia's most bustling business hubs for company formation, an island ripe with opportunity for all who come seeking for it. Our team at UPVUE asserts you the guidance with the foremost ways to register your start-up:
When you're ready to proceed we invite you to follow the below 5 easy steps. We will then work with you to have the company incorporated within one working day or even few hours (Provided all KYC & incorporation documents requested are in order and the application of company name does not need any approval from the relevant authorities).
We also proactively advise on the best tax strategies. Tax calculations are vitally important to your business, not only for compliance but also to minimize your tax bill.
We will get your company registered, advice you on the things to take note after incorporation, and help open a bank account online!
Company Incorporation + Nominee Director + Unlimited Corporate Secretary + Registered Addres
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As a foreigner, you may be eligible for Singapore permanent residence if you are a/an:
Incorporation is the legal process used to form a corporate entity or company. A corporation is a separate legal entity from its owners (shareholders).
This part of the process can take less than an hour unless you want to use special words (like bank, finance, law, media) that need special approval. In that case it might take a few days.
Otherwise, upon receipt of all signed incorporation documents and your IC or passport copy with proof of address documents, your company can be incorporated in less than 1 hour!
It's a type of working visa issued per specific company so it can invite foreign professionals, managers, executives, and technicians. It allows you to work exclusively for that company, live and bring your family to Singapore. It's valid for 1 or 2 years and can be renewed afterwards.
No, EPs/DPs are issued per one specific company. You can only work for the company that sponsors your EP. So after your company is incorporated, your new business has to apply for your new EP. Do it concurrently: there's no need to cancel your old EP before you get the new one.
This is an employment pass so your professional qualification and educational level will be evaluated. We will file your CV with relevant professional experience, education data and the company profile to get the pass.
If you want to bring the immediate family under Dependant Passes, you can apply for a Long Term Visit Pass for your family if you meet these requirements:
Some of the businesses are controlled by government authorities in the country. Therefore, you will need to obtain approval from relevant government authorities and provide them to start your business. For example, you will need to have a government approved permit to set up a retail business, wholesale business, import business, childcare center, private school, money lending business, financial advisory service, liquor distributor business, travel agency or a video company.
You will need to have a registered address for the business. In addition to that, you need to make sure that your business is open to public at least for three hours during weekdays.
You should obtain a registration number for your business from ACRA. It should be on all the invoices, letterheads, bills and other official documents you print.
If your business is engaged with imports and exports, you will need to have custom registration as well. In order to do that, you should register the business with Singapore Customers and get a CR number.
Goods and Services Tax, which is also known as GST tax is applied on all the goods and services within the country. You will also need to pay this tax for the goods and services that are imported into the country and that are exported out of the company. It is mandatory for all the businesses in Singapore to sign up for GST. You can do it voluntarily as well.
Central Provident Fund, which is also known as CPF is the pension fund scheme, where both employee and employer will contribute a specific percentage of the monthly salary. It is mandatory for an employer to contribute towards CPF. On the other hand, employees who earn over $50 per month should contribute to it as well.
To Inaugurate your Business and Establish your Start-up in Singapore, our Team at UPVUE is Ready to Provide Indispensable Assistance in any of these Fields and will Ensure your Business Start-up Productivity in Singapore.