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COMPANY INCORPORATION

We will guide you in the company set up and you will receive expert advice should you have other business ideas or requirements. Our phone lines are always open if you have questions regarding the registration of your company in Singapore. We’ll also notify you if the incorporation process will take more time or if ACRA will require additional documents.

 Fast Turn Around Time

We can incorporate your company within one to two days provided you have submitted complete requirements.

 Open Communication

We will guide you in the company set up and you will receive expert advice should you have other business ideas or requirements. Our phone lines are always open if you have questions regarding the registration of your company in Singapore. We’ll also notify you if the incorporation process will take more time or if ACRA will require additional documents.

 Reasonable Fees

EAPAC understands that each individual has different needs and financial capability, that’s why we’re offering flexible payment schemes and tailored payment plans.

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Incorporation Options and Types of Business Entities in SG

Private Limited Company

Private Limited Company is the most preferred business entity by local and foreign individuals. A privately limited company style is considered as a separate legal entity and shareholders are protected and will not be held liable for the company’s debt and losses beyond the amount of capital they contribute. This form of incorporation has the most efficient tax structure.

Exempt Private Company

It is a private company which has 20 or more shareholders, none of which is a corporation that holds any beneficial interest in the company’s shares.

Public Company Limited by Shares

A public company limited by shares can have more than 50 shareholders and the company can increase capital by offering shares and debentures to the public.

Public Company Limited by guarantee

This type of company carries out non-profit activities that will benefit the nation or the public.

Subsidiary Company

Many foreign companies prefer this type of business entity. A subsidiary company is a private limited company incorporated in Singapore with the parent company as its shareholder. It enjoys local tax treatment and legal entity that is separate from its parent company.

Branch Office

The liabilities of a branch office extend to its parent company. This type of entity is registered in Singapore as an extension of its parent company.

Representative Office

A representative office does not have legal status and cannot engage in any profit yielding activities in Singapore. It is mainly established as a temporary arrangement for conducting marketing research activities.

 

Sole Proprietorship

It is the riskiest type of business entity because, from a legal perspective, the owner and the businesses are one and the same. Since this form isn’t considered as a separately incorporated entity, the owner owns all assets and liabilities of the business. Creditors to whom the business owes money can come after the sole proprietor’s personal assets in case of a business closure or bankruptcy.

Partnership

A partnership is a business firm formed by two to twenty partners. This business structure attempts to fix the limited-expansion constraint faced by a sole proprietorship by allowing two or more people to co-own a business. A partnership firm has no legal existence separate from its partners and it comes to an end with death, insolvency, incapacity or the retirement of a partner. Partnerships in Singapore can be of three types: General Partnership, Limited Partnership, and Limited Liability Partnership.

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