- Is it illegal to work 2 jobs in Singapore?
- Is it compulsory to contribute CPF?
- What happens when Medisave is Max?
- How do you calculate salary per day?
- What is the CPF annual limit?
- What is the CPF contribution rate?
- How many percent of salary goes to CPF?
- What is the minimum salary to contribute CPF?
- What is the maximum CPF contribution per month?
- How is CPF calculated?
- Can I have 2 CPF contribution?
- Does basic salary include CPF?

## Is it illegal to work 2 jobs in Singapore?

As a general rule, civil servants are prohibited from moonlighting.

Those who wish to take up additional work are required to seek approval before doing so, with approval considered on a case-by-case basis.

Foreign employees holding a Work Permit or S Pass are completely barred from moonlighting..

## Is it compulsory to contribute CPF?

CPF contributions are not mandatory for Singapore citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents working overseas. … The employer has to bear the full employer’s share of CPF contribution, but can recover the full employee’s share from the employee’s wages.

## What happens when Medisave is Max?

If you try to top up your Medisave Account above the BHS, any excess money goes into your Special Account (if you’re under the age of 55) or Retirement Account (if you’re 55 and older). The good news is that like your Medisave Account, your Special/Retirement Account also earns interest at a rate of 4%.

## How do you calculate salary per day?

Since October has 31 days, the per-day pay is calculated as Rs 30,000/31 = Rs 967.74. This is a variant of the Calendar day basis. In this method, the pay per day is calculated as the total salary for the month divided by the total number of calendar days minus Sundays.

## What is the CPF annual limit?

$37,740The CPF Annual Limit is the maximum amount of mandatory and voluntary contributions* to all three CPF Accounts that a CPF member can receive in a calendar year. The current CPF Annual limit is $37,740.

## What is the CPF contribution rate?

CPF contribution rates will continue to be phased in from 0% at the wage of $50 to their respective new full rates at the wage of $1,500, for employees earning monthly wages of $1,500 and below.

## How many percent of salary goes to CPF?

At the start of your career, your CPF contributions will amount to 37% of your monthly wages, with 17% contributed by your employer and 20% contributed by yourself.

## What is the minimum salary to contribute CPF?

If you earn less than $500 per month, you do not have to contribute the employee’s share of the CPF contributions. Your employer will contribute the employer’s share of the CPF contributions.

## What is the maximum CPF contribution per month?

$6,000 per monthUnder the Ordinary Wages component, which is typically our monthly salaries, the CPF contribution ceiling is capped at $6,000 per month. This means only the first $6,000 of our monthly salaries require CPF contributions from us and our employers.

## How is CPF calculated?

Every month, your employee’s contribution to CPF will be 20% of your wage. That means that $1,000 will be deducted from your salary every month and deposited into your CPF accounts. … The total amount of CPF contributions going into your account every month is thus $1,850.

## Can I have 2 CPF contribution?

CPF Contribution for Employees Can I have multiple CPF contributions per month if I am employed concurrently by more than one employer? If you are concurrently employed by more than one employer, all your employers must pay CPF contributions based on the wages payable to you.

## Does basic salary include CPF?

The wage levels specified by the Commissioner for Labour refer to the basic rate of pay. This does not include CPF contributions and deductions. It also does not include payments such as allowances and overtime.