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PR application - Declaration of stocks in Gross income

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PR application - Declaration of stocks in Gross income

Post by securechamp » Mon, 04 Jul 2022 11:26 am


I am applying for Singapore PR for the first time and had query on the gross monthly salary declaration.

I get stock options (RSU) from my organization as well as 15% of my salary is invested into Employee stock purchase program (ESPP). I am confused whether I should declare my stocks in the gross income too as it is taxable at the end of the year.

Can someone please assist me here?

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Re: PR application - Declaration of stocks in Gross income

Post by PNGMK » Mon, 04 Jul 2022 12:23 pm

Yes you should declare the value the of the ESPP. It is taxable therefore income. For RSU if they vest in the year of assessment you should include them as income.
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