Important Personal Taxation forms in Singapore
For Tax Residents In Singapore (183 days or more)
You can file your tax return online @myTax Portal from March 1 to April 18. Most taxpayers in Singapore e-File their tax returns. A small minority prefer to file a paper tax return. Such taxpayers will receive the relevant tax forms from IRAS between February to March each year. Please do note that self-employed individuals receive Form B, while tax resident individuals receive Form B1.
The other option is to submit a paper tax return by April 15.
For non-residents in Singapore (less than 183 days)
The form to submit a paper tax return is the Form M, which must also be done by April 15. Form M is available in hardcopy only. IRAS will send you a hardcopy of the Form M between February and March every year.
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Important forms if you are claiming tax concession under NOR scheme in Singapore
If you are claiming the benefits of the Not Ordinarily Resident (NOR) Scheme, you need to submit an Application for NOR Status and/or Yearly Tax Concessions. This form is to be completed by a resident individual applying NOR status and/or any of the tax concessions under NOR Scheme.
This application form, Appendices and Form IR8A/Appendix 8A/8B must be submitted to IRAS together with your annual tax return not later than April 15, of the Year of Assessment (YA) for which the NOR tax concessions are applied. If you e-File your tax return, please submit this form to IRAS by April 18, of that YA. Please do note that Form IR8A comes from your employer – if your employer is not participating in the Auto-Inclusion Scheme (AIS) for Employment Income.
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