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If you start up a company in singapore for share trading but you only trade HK or US shares are you subject to any taxes in singapore?
 
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Posted by Anynomous on Apr 16, 2013 at 16:03
 

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To avoid Singapore taxation, you need to ensure:

1. That the work was not carried out in Singapore;
2. That you do NOT remit funds to Singapore.

Singapore is a low tax jurisdiction with a maximum rate of tax of 17%. There is also a lower rate of 8.5% (for profit up to S$300,000 (c.$240,000). In addition, and for the first 3 years of existence, the first S$100,000 (c. $80,000) of profit is not taxed. Non-Singapore source income may not be subject to taxation. There is no tax on dividend payments.

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Posted by Lowtax User on Nov 10, 2013 at 19:09
 

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> That the work was not carried out in Singapore

So can a Singapore registered IBC (company) have a share-dealing account in Singapore, which buys stocks/shares on stockmarkets outside Singapore such as the Nasdaq, and not pay tax? Does a share-dealing account classify as trading within the jurisdiction of Singapore or not?
 
Posted by Andrew on Dec 02, 2014 at 00:53
 

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