If you live in Singapore but work outside of Singapore, then you do not need an EP, nor do you need to file tax returns. You can open an bank account in Singapore to receive payment.vantannis wrote:Thanks for the quick response Strong Eagle, that sounds like I am going to have to make it clear to the company that they are going to have to be flexible around how much time I spend in the KL and how much time I spend in Singapore.
I have no idea about what I am going to do tax / visa wise...
I will be in Singapore - with a visa that allows me to stay, but not to work.
I am sure that the company can sort me out with a working visa for KL, but I don't want to pay 30% income tax in Malaysia - as I am not really resident there...
Maybe something like: Register a company in Singapore, then bill the KL office as a consultant. Anyone been in this kinda situation before?
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