Wolters Kluwer, a global leader in professional information, software solutions and services, today provided tax and HR professionals with access to two comprehensive reports.
These analyse and highlight the key economic tax and employment reforms announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong on 14 February in the 2023 Singapore Budget which focuses on the country’s efforts to build a resilient nation post-COVID, while emphasising the importance of “Moving Forward in a New Era”.
- The Wolters Kluwer Singapore Budget 2023 – Tax Report shares expert insights and a high-level summary of the budget’s new business tax, personal tax and tax incentives.
- The Wolters Kluwer Singapore Budget 2023 – HR (Employment Law) Report shares expert insights on the Budget’s short- and long-term measures intended to invest in the economy and workers, including job growth incentives, and jobs.
Within 10 hours of the official release of the 2023 Singapore Budget, these comprehensive expert analyses were automatically made available to Wolters Kluwer clients who utilise the company’s CCH IntelliConnect knowledge platform, which enables users to instantly access the latest high-quality research content with the latest commentary, legislation and rulings, wherever they are.
Members of the media and the general public are invited to opt-in to receive the Wolters Kluwer Singapore Budget 2023 – Tax Report and the Wolters Kluwer Singapore Budget 2023 – HR (Employment) Report.
Izzy Silva, Managing Director, Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting, Asia Pacific, said:
“The market-first issuance of these two 2023 Singapore Budget reports underscores Wolters Kluwer’s commitment to providing our tax and accounting firm clients with real-time, rapid access to trusted, high-quality, accurate information and analysis that empowers them to make informed decisions on behalf of their businesses and clients.”