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I'd like to ask about CPF cut; let's say my monthly salary is around SGD$5k. I understand when you converted to Singapore Permanent Resident there will be 20% CPF cut/contribution.

My salary component is composed of MS/CS (Monthly/Consol Salary) and MVC (Monthly Variable Component) both add up to $5k in total. My question is, will CPF Cut deducted from my total $5k salary or only from MS/CS?

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