An Overview of Shares and its Relation to Shareholders

According to the Singapore Companies Act, at least one shareholder is required during company incorporation. A shareholder is an individual or a legal entity, both local and foreign, and can be assigned as director of the company. Shareholders become as such through ‘shares’ so it is not uncommon for the founders to also become the […]

What Singapore Companies Need To Know About Filing For Annual Returns

Regardless of size or Singapore company setup, all businesses that have gone through company incorporation are required to file its Annual Return. An Annual Return is an electronic document that is submitted to the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA). It is a snapshot of a company’s information, which includes the following: Company name/registration number […]

3 Important Things that Dormant Companies Need to Know

As a Singapore corporate services firm, we provide accounting and company incorporation services to different kinds of businesses. Most of them are actively trading, while a few do not engage in commerce for a certain period. Those that are not actively trading are called dormant companies. According to the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA), […]

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Government Grants and Private Funding Options

Singapore has a thriving business sector that encourages start-up companies and organisations to get involved in with. This can be attributed to the fact that it has easy access to key growth markets around the world, and particularly in Asia. Its business friendly regulations, outstanding tax system, and strategic location are also some key factors […]