Thanks, unfortunately have not found anything official from the authorities, but according to this tax service, only employer contribution to ordinary account is to be included, not special/medisave. https://www.taxesforexpats.com/articles ... ounts.htmlsundaymorningstaple wrote:
Would you have any firm links on the treatment of reportable income and how it's treated, tax wise with regard to the Employer's Contributions to the CPF fund (not the employee's as we know that is included in the gross income). I'm under the impression that is has to be added to gross income but it is not allowable as an item which would fall under the Income earned abroad exclusion. Any confirmation on this?
Even though CPF is non-reportable account under the IGA, that is only specific for the reporting institution or exempt institution. Not so clear when it comes to individual reporting. See https://www.irs.gov/businesses/corporat ... orm-8938-1