Singapore Tax Calculator

{{ $t('salary.net_income') }}
{{incomeNet | toSGD}}

CPF Withhold: {{cpfWithholdAmount | toSGD}} ({{cpfWithholdPercent}}%)
Income Tax: {{incomeTaxAmount | toSGD}} ({{incomeTaxPercent}}%)

Calculation details

Salary {{salary | toSGD}}
CPF Withhold - {{cpfWithholdAmount | toSGD}}
Income Tax - {{incomeTaxAmount | toSGD}}
Net Income {{incomeNet | toSGD}}

If you are a salaried employee and are a Singaporean or Singapore permanent resident (SPR), every month, when paying out your salary, your employer is required to withhold the portion of your pay that needs to go into your CPF accounts. That portion will be paid into your CPF accounts as your employee’s contribution.

What is CPF

The Central Provident Fund (CPF) is se up to play one of the most important fuctions in Singapore's comprehensive social security system.

This is around 5% to 20% depending on Age and SPR status, and is capped on your monthly salary, currently capped at S$6,000. This means that the first S$6,000 of your monthly salary is subject to CPF contributions. Any amount above that won’t have a portion deducted for CPF.

Because the Age is personal privacy, so we always use 20% as the CPF withhold rate.

Your CPF withhold is {{cpfWithholdAmount | toSGD}}.

Age of employee CPF withhold by employee
Up to 55 years old 20%
55 to 60 years old 13%
60 to 65 years old 7.5%
Above 65 years old 5%

Income tax rates depend on an individual's tax residency status. You will be treated as a tax resident for a particular Year of Assessment (YA) if you are a:

  1. Singapore Citizen (SC) or Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) who resides in Singapore except for temporary absences; or
  2. Foreigner who has stayed / worked in Singapore (excludes director of a company) for 183 days or more in the year preceding the YA.

Otherwise, you will be treated as a non-resident of Singapore for tax purposes.

Singapore's personal income tax rates for resident taxpayers are progressive. This means higher income earners pay a proportionately higher tax, with the current highest personal income tax rate at 22%.

Your final Income Tax is {{incomeTaxAmount | toSGD}}.

Annual Salary Tax Rate
0 - 20,000 0%
20,001 - 30,000 2%
30,001 - 40,000 3.5%
40,001 - 80,000 7%
80,001 - 120,000 11.5%
120,001 - 160,000 15%
160,001 - 200,000 18%
200,001 - 240,000 19%
240,001 - 280,000 19.5%
280,001 - 320,000 20%
320,001 + 22%