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How can an Indian citizen start a company in Singapore?

Any individual above 18 years of age irrespective of nationality including Indian Citizen can easily start a company in Singapore. The procedures involved in company incorporation Singapore are fairly fast, easy and free of red-tape and bureaucracy.

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Outsource XBRL Filing & Tackle Your Compliance Satisfactorily

ACRA (Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority) is a strict but just governing agency in Singapore. It has ordered that all incorporated companies registered in Singapore must resort to… 633 more words


Brand Your Company Incorporation Singapore, Implement Compliance Programs

Opting for a company incorporation Singapore gives you entry to one of the lucrative marketplace. On the other hand, it also makes you responsible for adhering to its compliance requirements. 616 more words

Company Incorporation Singapore

How Entrepreneurial Traits Decide Fate of Your Company Incorporation Singapore?

Is it that you want to be your boss but are not sure whether you have the skill-set to be a successful entrepreneur? Starting a business is not an easy feat to accomplish, especially when you have very little or no idea about the aspects related to company incorporation and entrepreneurship. 886 more words

Company Incorporation Singapore

XBRL Filing in Singapore: Know What ACRA Expects from You

ACRA (Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority) has decreed that every Singapore company, unlimited and limited by shares, must take benefit of XBRL filing while filing their financial statements. 682 more words


Accounting Firms in Singapore Come to the Rescue of Small Businesses

The field of accounting is an interesting one and currently, accounting firms in Singapore are practicing it to its limits. Only its die-hard disciples working in the accounting services can understand the meaning it can reveal about today’s complexly structured businesses. 579 more words


The Greek Fortress

Last week news stories about a Greek fortress found just south of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem were trending on Facebook. The actual announcement was made last November, but it is in the news again. 431 more words