It depends what you want. If you register a sole proprietorship, then your only CPF obligation is to contribute to Medisave. Contributions to other CPF components is voluntary. Bottom line: You can contribute in amounts as though you were employed but are not required to do so.nnlu1867 wrote:Hi All,
I am an individual Singaporean and I invest in property development projects and businesses in developing countries as an individual and also invest in the Forex market. I handle everything alone and do not have any employees.
I am intending to pay tax to IRAS and contribute to CPF. However, how should I go about that ?
Would I be considered self-employed, sole proprietor or would I have to start a Pte Ltd and put myself as a director ?
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