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Get actionable tips on how to make the best of the Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) and optimise your tax payments.
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00:00 – Introduction
02:37 – How does income tax work in Singapore?
04:04 – How can we reduce our income tax?
06:07 – About the Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS)
19:25 – Using your SRS savings for investments
24:54 – What’s your biggest pain point with income tax?
26:35 – Different ways to pay your taxes, including credit card
27:10 – Earning card rewards for big expenses like taxes, rent, mortgage
28:43 – What to think about when choosing a credit card
31:01 – How paying your taxes with CardUp works
37:40 – Special offer: enjoy your first payment for free
44:57 – Q&A: What to consider for SRS withdrawals
45:54 – Q&A: Using GIRO and credit card to pay your taxes
47:07 – Q&A: Do I need to inform the insurance firm or IRAS if I am using CardUp?
48:06 – Q&A: Do CardUp payments include insurance premiums?
50:07 – Q&A: I’m a local and my kids are studying overseas. How do I lower my tax bill?
About the session
Feeling the pain of paying higher income tax in the latest tax season? If you’ve recently received your Notice of Assessment (NOA) from the Inland Revenue of Singapore (IRAS), you might be baulking at the size of your tax bill. But there are actually ways to cut your tax bill — if you know where to look.
The Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS), for one, is an attractive income tax deferment scheme in Singapore that more Singaporeans and foreigners living in Singapore should take advantage of.
Come join us at our upcoming webinar — jointly organised by Endowus and CardUp — to learn how to utilise SRS to reduce your taxable income, maximise your retirement savings, and achieve peace of mind.
In this curated session, Chiam Sheng Shi, Business Development and Partnerships Lead, Endowus, and Candice Gallagher, Head of Payments Marketing, CardUp, will provide actionable tips and guide you through how best to use your SRS savings for retirement. They’ll also discuss the benefits of the scheme, and how to streamline your tax payments while earning air miles along the way.
Topics to be discussed include:
- How income tax is calculated in Singapore
- An introduction to the Supplementary Retirement Scheme
- How to grow and manage your SRS savings effectively
- Different methods you can use to pay your taxes
- How to choose the best credit card for payments
- Benefits of shifting tax expenses onto your credit card
View the questions from the live audience here.
About the speakers
Candice Gallagher, Head of Payments Marketing, CardUp
Candice is a fintech marketer who loves great storytelling. Whether running multi-million-dollar brand partnerships or picking email subject lines, she prides herself on building integrated marketing campaigns that resonate. As Head of Payments Marketing for CardUp, she leads a team of rockstar marketers shaping next generation B2B financial solutions for SMEs. Candice holds an MBA from IMD, a love for Southeast Asia, and a knack for making TikTok videos.
Chiam Sheng Shi, Business Development and Partnerships Lead, Endowus
Sheng Shi is a personal finance enthusiast who believes that good investment advice and products should be made accessible to everyone. Prior to Endowus, he was with CapitaLand covering China private equity funds. He graduated with a B.B.A (Hons) in a double specialisation in Finance and Supply Chain Management from National University of Singapore and is a CFA Charterholder.
CardUp is on a mission to provide individuals and businesses with a better way to pay and get paid. We allow any domestic or overseas expenses – previously made by cash, cheque, or bank transfer – to be shifted onto a credit card, even if your recipients do not accept cards. This includes expenses like income tax, mortgage loans, renovation, rent, insurance, school fees, and many more. With CardUp, you can easily rack up miles, points, and cashback on all your payments.
CardUp operates regionally across Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia, and is licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) as a Major Payment Institution under the Payment Services Act.
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