Your cultural background and need to integrate into local lifestyle is vital, on this income, you can both manage ok, it will not be easy for the DP holder to find employment.BLURAY wrote:Hi, I have been offered a permanent job in singapore and a salary of 3500 PM have been told. I would like to know whether this amount of salary will be sufficient for living in singapore for a people of two and assuming that I will take a 2bhk for rent however will prefer 1bhk. how much will be deducted as income tax?? how much will I be able to save keeping insight that not overspending.
I dont have any school going kids. Also can my wife get a job there as she will be having a dependent pass...so how can she obtain a employment pass as a teacher there.
Pls reply as I have to decide soon on this.
Any advice is appreciated.
The job is related to as an engineer for customer support in the marine sector. Its not related to IT or software sector....jpatokal wrote:Well, you didn't tell us what your job is, so it's hard to say if that's fair value or not. However, these days that's definitely at the lower end of the expat salary spectrum, and you would need to live in an HDB to achieve even a moderately comfortable lifestyle for two.
There are no "bad" areas in Singapore. Jurong/Tuas/Boon Lay are new-ish, bland, and fairly far from the center so rents are on the cheaper side.BLURAY wrote:The job is related to as an engineer for customer support in the marine sector. Its not related to IT or software sector....
Any idea as to how much will a 2bhk will cost in the jurong/tuas or boonlay area and how good are these area's.
How much is the tax deducted and how it is done?
But is it not according to the singapore laws?????durain wrote:before you accept the job, did you not ask them? what if the tax is 90%?BLURAY wrote:How much is the tax deducted and how it is done?
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