Corporate Tax Advisory

Our team of specialists work with our business clients to provide tax advice that meets their commercial objectives and ensure global compliance.

The Singapore business tax systems has a number of concessions such as the partial tax concession which provides for a reduction in the company income tax rate and the Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme (PIC).

Our tax team can advise you on eligibility and the claiming of the relevant concessions as part of handling of your business tax and accounting needs.

For Singapore companies expanding overseas, or for clients using Singapore holding companies – CST’s cross border know-how can assist help clients expand into major new markets across the world. Clients rely on us to provide robust advice and thought leadership on the latest developments in international tax.

Singapore Company Setup

CST can assist clients with Singapore company establishment including handling all relevant tax registrations with the Inland Revenue Authority.

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International Tax Advisory

International enterprises based in Singapore and dealing throughout South East Asia and beyond have significant commercial opportunities, given the size of the broader market.

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Experience the CST difference - Singapore tax advice from dedicated tax advisors and Chartered Accountants who understand Expatland and who can work with your home country requirements to provide specialist cross border advice and services.

Personal Business

Have a tax question?

We care. CST’s guiding philosophy is to understand and have empathy with our clients while providing specialist tax advice and services. If you need integrated cross border tax advice and compliance our renowned team is able to help you.


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