Details of Tax Revenue - Singapore
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Asia Desk: DEVAsia&Pacific@oecd.org
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Ministry of Finance of Singapore
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Singapore Dollar
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20-Jul-17
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Data are on a fiscal year basis ending 31st March. For example, the data for 2014 represent 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015.

The data are on a cash basis.

Heading 2000: There are no social security contributions in Singapore.

Heading 4100: Recurrent taxes on immovable property includes tax levied on all private properties, as well as properties owned by statutory boards.

Heading 5121: Comprises excises, customs and import duties.
Details of Tax Revenue - SingaporeContact person/organisation
Asia Desk: DEVAsia&Pacific@oecd.org
Direct source
Ministry of Finance of Singapore
Unit of measure usedSingapore DollarPower codeMillionsDate last updated
20-Jul-17
Key statistical concept
Data are on a fiscal year basis ending 31st March. For example, the data for 2014 represent 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015.

The data are on a cash basis.

Heading 2000: There are no social security contributions in Singapore.

Heading 4100: Recurrent taxes on immovable property includes tax levied on all private properties, as well as properties owned by statutory boards.

Heading 5121: Comprises excises, customs and import duties.