Do you have employees in Singapore? Learn about Social Security, Statutory Leaves, and Recent Employment Act changes

The Employment Act is Singapore's primary labor law and provides the necessary terms and conditions at work for employees covered by the Act. All employees working under a contract of service are covered except managers, executives with a monthly basic salary of more than $4,500, seafarers, domestic…

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5 Questions to Ask When Paying Employees

Paying employees in local currencies is one of the most expensive yet most overlooked issues for global companies. Without careful planning, you could end up paying thousands of dollars in exchange rates and bank transfer fees while burdening your payroll and treasury departments…

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Brazil Tax System: Grey and Black List

Brazil’s tax authorities have clarified the definition of substantial economic activities, which it uses to determine if a jurisdiction should be deemed to have a privileged tax regime. The clarification came in the normative ruling (NR 1,658/16) published September 2016. Countries deemed to have…

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Malaysia: New Companies Bill Aims to Simplify Corporate Governance, Increases Liabilities of Directors

Malaysian parliament, the Dewan Rakyat, passed the new Companies Bill earlier this year. The bill will replace the 50-year-old Companies Act of 1965 and is expected to come in force by end of 2016. Here are the five key changes proposed in the Companies Bill: Incorporation gets easier:…

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A Guide for Running Payroll in Germany

Germany, an active European Union member country, is also the fourth largest economy in the world. The country consists of 16 federal states which are further divided into 20 regions. Each territory has the power to impose a regional tax that can vary from 1.23% to 2.03%.…

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