400+ foreign businesses in Singapore trust Acclime.
Leave your payroll to
our in-country experts.
Integrated tax compliance
Besides calculating and processing payroll, we can also confidently file compliance reports on your behalf.
Detailed reporting that allows you to keep in control of your HR management and costs.
Online management portal OPTIONAL
Manage and view your payroll through a self-service platform; no spreadsheets or documents to mail.
Payroll implementation process
Simple steps to implement your payroll.
1. Initial assessment
2. Service blueprint
Once the services are chosen, we will produce a payroll blueprint document which sets out the aspects of the payroll administration, such as initial data migration, ongoing processing, calculation details, reporting requirements and employee services and payroll calendar. This blueprint will act as a guideline for both parties.
3. Testing phase
During the testing phase, we will customise the payroll system to satisfy your needs, set up the system, transfer the employee data and integrate transaction data.
4. Parallel run & evaluation
Next, we will analyse the results with the previous payroll calculations. We then will evaluate the calculation differences and switch to our payroll system for the agreed contractual time.
Finally, your payroll system will be set up and ready to launch.
Ongoing customer support from people who care about your team.
Engage with our services for professional payroll and tax support. Despite your company running without a hitch, we will always notify you when there are regulatory changes that could possibly impact your company.Request a quote
Why outsource your payroll
Reduced operating costs
Save expenses with our cost-effective payroll technology. There is no need to worry about any hidden costs as our fees are transparent and predictable. We can also decrease your spendings by combining it with other services such as HR, accounting and taxation.
Complete payroll solution
Our services will provide you with everything you will need to pay your staff accurately and on schedule, from calculating payroll and benefits through tax computation to payments, robust reporting and statutory compliance filings. Everything is customed to meet your company size and needs.
Effective communication & reporting
Make your work hassle-free and be in the loop of your payroll process with our effective payroll services, consistent reporting and communication through a single point of contact.
Common questions & answers.
Firstly, you choose the name of the proposed company and search the availability of that name with ACRA. Assuming the name is available, it is then reserved for 60 days online through ACRA. After the name has been approved, you will have to inform your company secretary to incorporate the company online. Details of the Director(s), issued/paid-up share capital, shareholder(s) and primary business activities are submitted. The time frame for incorporation (for local directors) is within 1 day. With foreign Directors on board, the incorporation process can take a little longer.
Incorporation forms such as Form 45 and Form 49 are also completed for the secretarial records to show that all the company’s officers agree to their responsibilities and terms of appointment. This paperwork is not required by ACRA, but most companies prefer to have hard copies of agreements for the purpose of transparency. A hard copy of the Certificate of Incorporation, notarised by an ACRA officer, can be ordered from ACRA, if required.
- A certified copy of the foreign company’s Certificate of Incorporation or registration document
- A certified copy of the foreign company’s charter, statue, constitution or memorandum or articles of association
- A memorandum of appointment or power of attorney appointing 2 or more locally resident persons
- A form by the foreign company giving the particulars of the directors at the time of registration
- Notice of Situation of Registered Office and of Office Hours at time of Incorporation
- Statutory Declaration by Agent of Foreign Company
A company must have a minimum of one director and if there is only one director, he must be a local Resident Director (i.e., he must either be a Singapore Citizen, Permanent Resident, or a person holding an Employment Pass).
We can make arrangements for a nominee resident director, if you require this service. A deposit and letter of indemnity are required. There is no limitation on the number of Directors on board.
- Certificate of Incorporation & Common Seal
- Statutory books & Memorandum & Articles of Association
- egister of Members
- Accounting Records, however, directors can decide to keep documents at a different place, the location of which must be agreed by way of Directors resolution and lodged with ACRA. We can provide this service.