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Singapore Budget 2024

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  • OpinionYahoo News Singapore

    SkillsFuture Level-Up programme shows Singapore at its lifelong-learning best

    The SkillsFuture Level-Up programme announced in Budget 2024 is admirable, because a frustrated workforce with no job future will be troubling. Read on.

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  • NewsYahoo Finance Singapore

    What are you eligible for in Singapore's Budget 2024?: CDC vouchers, U-Save, CPF, ABSD, SkillsFuture, and more

    From CDC vouchers and U-Save to CPF and SkillsFuture, here are the key Singapore Budget 2024 announcements. Do you qualify? Find out.

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  • BusinessThe Smart Investor

    7 Singapore Stocks That Will Benefit from Budget 2024

    This year’s Budget includes a raft of measures that will benefit different sectors of the economy. The post 7 Singapore Stocks That Will Benefit from Budget 2024 appeared first on The Smart Investor.

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  • NewsYahoo Finance Singapore

    More CDC vouchers for Singaporeans in 2024 announced in Budget 2024: How much? When and how to claim?

    Each Singaporean household can receive an extra S$600 in CDC vouchers. Here's how to claim and use CDC vouchers.

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  • BusinessPropertyGuru

    Budget 2024 Singapore: PPHS (Open Market) Voucher, Property Tax Annual Value (AV) Revisions, and More

    The Singapore Budget 2024 statement included numerous property related announcements. Here are the top 5 Budget 2024 announcements property seekers and homeowners should take note of.

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  • BusinessEdgeProp

    Budget 2024: Revised property taxes to benefit owner-occupied properties with lower annual values

    Two years ago, in Singapore's Budget 2022, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong introduced a "two-step increase" in property taxes for homes. It was meant to be "a wealth tax" targeted at all investment properties and higher-end segments of owner-occupied private properties, he said in the Budget 2024 announcement on Feb 16.It was meant to impact the top 7% of owner-occupied residential properties. However, rents rose sharply from 2022, significantly increasing annual val

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  • NewsEdgeProp

    Budget 2024: Open market rental vouchers for couples awaiting HDB flat completion

    Families who require housing while waiting for the completion of their Build-To-Order (BTO) flats can expect additional assistance in the form of one-year open market rental vouchers, says Lawrence Wong, Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister, during his budget speech on Feb 16.The dollar amount for the 'One-year Parental Provisional Housing Scheme or PPHS (Open Market) Voucher' was not disclosed."It will be particularly helpful since HDB flat rentals have risen over the last couple of ye

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  • BusinessEdgeProp

    Budget 2024: Eligible single Singaporean citizens above 55 can claim ABSD refund

    Eligible single Singaporean citizens aged 55 and above will now be able to claim the additional buyer's stamp duty (ABSD) refund on their second private property if they are downsizing, announced Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong in his Budget speech on Friday (Feb 16).Seniors will be eligible to claim a refund of ABSD paid on their lower-value replacement private residential property if they sell their first residential property within six months. The ABSD refund will tak

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  • BusinessEdgeProp

    Budget 2024: Developers with at least 90% of units sold offered tiered ABSD as ‘an olive branch’

    At the Budget 2024 statement on Feb 16, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Lawrence Wong announced a tiered clawback rate for residential property developers' additional buyer's stamp duty (ABSD) regime. "Housing developers are now granted an ABSD remission provided they sell all the units in their development within a prescribed sale timeline," he says. "But despite their best efforts, the developers sometimes face difficulties in meeting this timeline requirement. They are then subj

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  • BusinessThe Edge Singapore

    Budget 2024's 'investment tilt' to benefit banks, industrials, energy plays, says Maybank

    'Individuals and small enterprises won't have to resort to undue belt-tightening and forced asset sales'

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