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Assuming you earn S$200k = US$147k and max out your tax advantaged accounts, what is the effective tax rate as a married sole breadwinner? You are looking at around 6.3% federal and 2.4% state. Not nearly as bad as you might think.

7.65% FICA is also deducted, but that is comparable to CPF, because it goes toward OASDI (old age, survivors and disability insurance).

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Depending on the company, career opportunities in the US can be far greater than what is available here. Likewise, companies in Singapore often consider employees with overseas experience in high regard.

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I don’t know that taking an overseas assignment would put your SC application in jeopardy, especially since you’ve already had your application in for a year. However, it would put your REP renewal in jeopardy - when does it expire?

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19 months wait for a Malaysian Chinese SC application
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Why? is it good? is it bad?

from what I've read from other social media, many applicants who are mothers with children got approved within a year.
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I have a pending PR application (going on 10 months now). I am the main applicant and my application includes my husband and daughter.

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