Changes in working in Singapore as a freelancer

There have been a number of changes in setting up a business in Singapore. Attend this seminar to understand the affects of the recent changes at MOM on people thinking of setting up a sole proprietorship and/or working as a sole proprietor.

Asha Dixit is an experienced professional who has been assisting expatriates set up their own businesses in Singapore for many years.

Come and get more information on:

  • Differences between various entities a foreigner can set up in Singapore
  • How to set up, once you've reached a decision
  • Work passes
  • Compliances
  • Conclusion

 

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Cost*: $40 (CRCE member); $60 (non-member);

Late registration fee: additional $20

 

 

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The American Association of Singapore (AAS) reserves the right to cancel events/workshops. In the event of cancellation by AAS, registrants can opt to attend another workshop or receive a full refund.

*If registrant is unable to attend and wishes to cancel registration, he/she must contact AAS (crce.info@aasingapore.com) at least 24 hours prior to the workshop start time, and he/she will be issued a credit that can be applied to any same priced CRCE workshop within the following 90 days. In the event of a no-show or day of workshop cancellation, no credit will be issued. cancellation by AAS, registrants can opt to attend another workshop or receive a full refund.

Speaker Asha Dixit
Money Matters for Expats is a one-stop accounting boutique for expatriate clients, which also provide company secretarial, HR and other administrative support. Asha Dixit, Managing Director of Money Matters for Expats, didn’t expect to employ only women, it just worked out that way-but the result has been inspirational. ‘Most of ...

Money Matters for Expats is a one-stop accounting boutique for expatriate clients, which also provide company secretarial, HR and other administrative support.


Asha Dixit, Managing Director of Money Matters for Expats, didn’t expect to employ only women, it just worked out that way-but the result has been inspirational. ‘Most of my employees are expatriates because we primarily cater for expatriate clients and they find it easier to relate to other expatriates. The fact that we are all women was really an accident,’ she explains. Her own climb to success was not plain sailing. Travelling the world with her husband as a ‘trailing spouse’ meant that it wasn’t until she arrived in Singapore in 1997 that Asha decided she wanted to get the formal accounting qualification she never had time to complete.

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Organizer American Association of Singapore

When?

Wed, March 15, 2017
10 a.m. - noon
(GMT+0800) Asia/Singapore

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Where?

American Association of Singapore, conference room
10 Claymore Hill
Singapore, 229573