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"We're experts in Singapore law, taxes, and incorporation requirements so you don't have to be. We'll walk you through the process and make it easy."
We are a one-stop service provider for all your company's compliance needs including incorporation, immigration, taxation, government incentives, licenses, and more.
Though options exist, many new companies register with the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) as “private limited companies” due to its scalability. On top of that, shareholders are not liable for debts and losses beyond their share capital.
Designated as such, your company is recognized as a taxable entity.
The private limited company is governed by the Singapore Companies Act, and must comply with its laws under ACRA and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS). Designations include:
After incorporating, you can open a bank account in Singapore. You may choose from a variety of local as well as international banks.
If the shareholder is a corporate entity, you need to submit a copy of registration documents such as Certificate of Incorporation and Memorandum & Articles of Association.
For non-English documents, an officially-endorsed translated version is required.
You can get in touch with us for company name availability search.We do the basic due diligence to ensure that identical names are not already registered.