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Stamp Duties Act to be amended effective from 1 January 2015: extending Seller’s Stamp Duty relief to disposal of industrial property for restructuring purposes

Singapore - November 26 2014 With effect from 1 January 2015, the Stamp Duties Act will be amended for the following purposes: Introduce an exemption from Seller's Stamp Duty...

Sunit Chhabra, Lim Pek Bur, Usha Chandradas.


Income Tax (Amendment) Bill 2014 passed in Parliament: implementing tax changes in 2014 Budget Statement

Singapore - November 26 2014 On 3 November 2014, the Income Tax (Amendment) Bill 2014 (the "Bill") was passed in Parliament. The Bill seeks to implement the tax changes in the...

Sunit Chhabra, Lim Pek Bur, Usha Chandradas.


Stamp Duties (Amendment) Bill 2014 passed in Parliament: extending Seller’s Stamp Duty relief to disposal of industrial property for restructuring purposes

Singapore - October 27 2014 The Stamp Duties (Amendment) Bill 2014 (the "Bill") has been read the second time and passed in Parliament on 8 October 2014. The Bill is not yet in...

Sunit Chhabra, Lim Pek Bur, Usha Chandradas.


Good and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill 2014 passed in Parliament: changes to existing tax policies and administration

Singapore - October 27 2014 The Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill 2014 (the "Bill") has been read the second time and passed in Parliament on 8 October 2014. The Bill is...

Sunit Chhabra, Lim Pek Bur, Usha Chandradas.


Income Tax (Amendment) Bill 2014 introduced in Parliament: implementing tax changes in 2014 Budget Statement

Singapore - October 27 2014 On 7 October 2014, the Income Tax (Amendment) Bill 2014 (the "Bill") was introduced in Parliament. The Bill seeks to implement the tax changes in the...

Sunit Chhabra, Lim Pek Bur, Usha Chandradas.