my wife (citizen) and I (PR) will be moving overseas for a while (at least 2 years, maybe longer; and yes, I know that this means I may lose my PR status). I have some questions regarding the things we need to do before we leave (or afterwards?) to keep all relevant government agencies informed.
Update Change of Residential Address in IC (For Singapore Citizens / Permanent Residents residing overseas) - is this the only thing we need to do to inform ICA about our move overseas (and at the same time update our address with all government agencies)?
We'll be moving in mid May, so there's a good chance we won't have received the latest tax letter (for 2012, YA2013) from IRAS yet.
http://www.iras.gov.sg/irasHome/page04.aspx?id=104 says the following:
We are both paying our taxes via GIRO. We also own a flat in a condo here, so we're paying property tax as well. I just checked on the IRAS site, my own taxes are completely paid off this month, the property tax is still on-going(Jan-Dec)What to do before going overseas
* Pay your outstanding taxes, if any.
* Update your overseas residential or mailing address.
* Let us know the period you will be away from Singapore.
* If you are paying your taxes by GIRO and you are unlikely to pay taxes in the future, please cancel your GIRO arrangement with us.
Can we keep the existing GIRO agreement, or would we have to pay the "new taxes" off completely at some point?
Did I miss any other important thing(s) to do here?