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I am a Singapore PR. I own a condo
here and want to rent out a room to some friends.
I have a template contract and will need to lodge the rent money as part of my taxable income - do I need to know/do anything else?
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does your MCST MC allow this? That's the only other item I can think of.
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If you are using a room rental agreement with your friend, you will need to pay stamp duty on it. You can do that at the e-stamping website. If not stamp duty is paid, it will not be recognised as a legally enforceable contract. Usually the tenant covers the small cost for this.
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