Complying With Singapore Statutory Requirements

Let’s say you have decided to set up a Private Limited Company, and have gone ahead to do so. You may congratulate yourself for taking the first step in starting a business, but don’t spend too much time doing so because there are lots to do. Besides hiring staff, finding office/outlet space, getting the business

Sole Proprietorship Vs Private Limited Company (By The Way, Can I Convert?)

In this article, we will make a comparison between the two most common types of business structures – Sole Proprietorship and Private Limited Company. To help you understand more about these two business structures before you read on, please click here for Sole Proprietorship and here for Private Limited Company. Comparing Sole Proprietorship And Private

Incorporating A Representative Office

In the first part of the series, we discussed the three most common business structures in Singapore, namely, Sole Proprietorship, Partnership and Private Limited Company. In the next three articles, we will introduce the three business structures that foreign individuals or foreign companies can incorporate in Singapore. These are Subsidiary Company, Branch Office and Representative