24 May 2024

Allen & Gledhill Partner Sunit Chhabra and Senior Associate Ruth Sim authored the Tax Residency of Companies in Singapore practice note for Practical Law. The practice note sets out the situations where a company is subject to Singapore corporate income tax. It discusses when a non-Singapore resident company has a permanent establishment in Singapore and how permanent establishments are taxed under Singapore law. It also describes how the right to tax a company’s profit may be allocated under a double tax treaty if a company is tax resident in two jurisdictions.

Reproduced from Practical Law with the permission of the publishers. For further information, visit www.practicallaw.com.


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