Singapore Classifieds
 

SINGAPORE CLASSIFIEDS
Singapore Classified Advertisements & Listings from Singapore Expats

Login with Facebook or Google




2nd World Congress on Environmental Toxicology and Health 2019

Posted By: Edward_Gere

Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2019

Price: $812.00

Mobile: +441234982406

Login to Contact User

Conferenceseries llc ltd is glad to announce the "2nd World Congress on Environmental Toxicology and Health" to be held in Osaka, Japan on June 10-11, 2019. Environment and Health Congress 2019 aims at sharing new ideas and technologies amongst the professionals, industrialists, and students from research areas of Environmental Science and Research divisions. As the premier event, we have developed a program with your interests in mind. We have not only increased the number of opportunities for you to network with colleagues from across the world but also introduced more focused sessions that will feature cutting edge presentations, special panel discussions, and livelier interaction with Environmental Health Specialists, Ecologists, Epidemiologists, Pest Control Professionals, Biodiversity Professionals, Students in Public Health, Environmental Science Professors, Health Care Departments.



Please Login and use the Contact User form to contact the advertiser directly.

Latest Forum Posts

Visit Expat Forum


Re: Working Remotely from Singapore as a Tax Resident - which pass/structure?

❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:


Next, let’s talk work passes. If you work for a company that has no legal presence in Singapore, ie, not registered as a legal entity, no office, no nothing, and that company does no business in Singapore of any kind, ie, it does not ship goods to end consumers in Singapore, or rent space, or drop ship, for example, then you do not need a work permit to work for that company. I have verified this with MoM. Example: There was an accountant who moved to Singapore with her husband. She continued to do the books for the company she as working for, doing so remotely with her home computer. The company had no presence whatsoever in Singapore. No work permit required.

Chew that over and get back to me with more questions.

❱❱

Sorry to hijack this old thread but I have a .....

Posted in Business in Singapore

Re: Working Remotely from Singapore as a Tax Resident - which pass/structure?

❰❰ Quote:
SingaporeDon - I think the answer depends on how long you want to be here in Singapore. If it's until you get a flight out well it doesn't matter. If it's more like "as long as the GFC is a shithole" then you need to regularize the situation by getting an EP. The problem is it appears your are working for the consultancy here and hiding the money via a convolution (even though that is not the intent).
❱❱
Thanks Governor!
I just rechecked and the entity in Singapore is a separate legal entity, and the one in GFC which is the legal employer is locally incorporated in the GFC.
The intention is to go back as soon as the coronavirus situation settles down and flights resume. I continue to pay rent for my flat in GFC.
Both for me and for the GFC employer it does not make sense for me to continue working remotely for too long, and my time here will be capped by the expiry of the SVP, - 2 months now- may be extended by .....

Posted in Business in Singapore

Re: Where to get a BBQ grill?

I lived in Singapore and moved to Houston with a Weber Spirit grill which I cannot use in the States.

I would be more than willing to sell the grill at best offer.

However, you will be responsible for shipping.

Posted in General Discussions

Re: Where to get a BBQ grill?

I lived in Singapore and moved to Houston with a Weber Spirit grill which I cannot use in the States.

I would be more than willing to sell the grill which was $1000 to best offer (starting at $50).

However, you will be responsible for shipping.

Posted in General Discussions

Re: Working Remotely from Singapore as a Tax Resident - which pass/structure?

❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:


Next, let’s talk work passes. If you work for a company that has no legal presence in Singapore, ie, not registered as a legal entity, no office, no nothing, and that company does no business in Singapore of any kind, ie, it does not ship goods to end consumers in Singapore, or rent space, or drop ship, for example, then you do not need a work permit to work for that company. I have verified this with MoM. Example: There was an accountant who moved to Singapore with her husband. She continued to do the books for the company she as working for, doing so remotely with her home computer. The company had no presence whatsoever in Singapore. No work permit required.

Chew that over and get back to me with more questions.

❱❱

Sorry to hijack this old thread but I have a question about work passes while working remotely for a Foreign .....

Posted in Business in Singapore