Payroll Outsourcing Singapore

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Do you know it is an offence if you don't pay your employees on time?

In accordance with the Singapore Employment Act, companies must pay a salary once a month within 7 days after the end of the salary period. Mi2u will assist to process your payroll in accordance with your organisation’s payroll policies and local labour laws. 

What does your full payroll/CPF services include?

The payroll services we offer to companies include:

  • Payroll processing
  • Preparation of itemised payslips
  • Monthly CPF submission
  • Monthly SDL submission
  • Community Fund submission (CDAC/SINDA/MOSQ/ECF)
  • Process and e-file NSmen reservist claims
  • Process and e-file child care leave and maternity leave claims
  • Foreign Worker Levy
  • Leave administration
  • IR8A/IR21 form preparation
My staff requested not to contribute to CPF because her take home pay will be little. In that case, the company does not require to contribute too if she agrees to that?

CPF contributions are payable when there is an employer-employee relationship, ie. a contract of service.

If you are an employee and are a Singaporean or Singapore Permanent Resident, you are entitled to CPF contributions from your employer.

Employers are required to pay both the employer and employee’s share of CPF contributions every month.  They are entitled to recover the employee’s share from the employee’s wages.

CPF Board takes a serious view of employers who default on CPF contributions.

Is payslip necessary?

From 1 April 2016, all employers must issue itemised pay slips to employees covered by the Employment Act.

Employers must keep a record of all payslips issued.