OVER the last decade or so, it is not often the case in Singapore that tax topics dominate the build-up to Budget Day; many practitioners including myself have generally paid more attention to the annexes that follow the full speech to decode the specific tax changes.
Tax Highlights: Singapore Budget 2022
This year’s Singapore Budget 2022 delivered by the Finance Minister on 18 February has drawn a significant amount of attention. Discussions around the Budget have dominated mainstream media’s headlines since, with Finance Minister Lawrence Wong rounding up the debate on this year's Budget on 2 March.
Our team has been keeping an eye out on the significant developments, and provided their comments in our publication – Singapore Budget 2022: Commentary and more.
Get your copy to check out their commentary and other articles published over the past year, and don’t forget to sign up for the complimentary webinar on 11 March 2022 to gain practical insights from our experts.
Find out what’s available to help you and your organisation in our Budget 2022 Tax Highlights:
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