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  • Maintain your good standing by filing annual returns

    It is a legal must for businesses in Singapore to file ongoing reports. We make it easy every time. Starts at $159 + filing fees.

    We do right by you.

    We will refund our fee within the first 60 days if you are not satisfied with our services.
  • Why file an annual return

    Meet your legal obligations

    You are required to file a report every year. You are also required to maintain registrars of key account holders.

    Avoid penalties

    You could face fines, penalties, and the loss of your liability protection if you fail to file a report.

    Keep your info current

    Make sure the regulatory authority has info on your company, including its name, address, members and directors.

  • How to file your annual report

    1. Answer a few questions online

    2. We'll create and file the annual report for you

    3. Receive confirmation of your filing

    Want to check out example of a filing acknowledgement? See a sample.

  • Pick the package that fits your needs



    + company filing fees

    • Creation of you annual return

    • Filing of your paperwork with the corporate regulatory (ACRA)




    + company filing fees

    • Expedited processing of your paperwork
    • Delivery of your filed doc 1 business day after we receive everything from you
  • Frequently asked questions

    Why do I need to file an annual return?

    Under the Companies Act, all Singapore-incorporated companies are required to file annual returns with ACRA to ensure that the company’s information on ACRA’s register is up to date. The company must also submit the date of its annual general meeting (AGM) if it has held its AGM, as well as the company’s financial statements (if applicable). Company officers may face enforcement action for failing to file their company’s annual return.

    What is an annual return?

    The annual return is an electronic form lodged with ACRA and contains important particulars of the company such as the name of the directors, secretary, its members, and the date to which the financial statements of the company are made up to. The annual return provides critical information that helps the company’s stakeholders to make informed decisions.

    When should I file an annual return?

    Generally you should file annual returns within seven months (for non- listed companies) after financial year end.

    What happens if I do not file an annual return after the required period?

    All companies are required to file their annual returns on time. There is a late lodgement fee of $300 imposed against companies for annual returns filed after the deadline. The relevant composition for late holding of the annual general meeting will also be imposed at the point of filing the annual return. You could also be prosecuted in court, and if convicted, be liable to a fine of up to $5,000 and even be disqualified from acting as a director.

  • Why choose us​

    2,000 +​


    Helping entrepreneurs turn ideas into
    businesses over 2,000 times over 8 years

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    SGD raised 

    Helping businesses navigate the Singapore system and raising > SGD 2mil during the past 3 years

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    Providing access to our independent
    network of corporate advisors over 1,000 times over 3 years
  • Ask an advisor

    Get the right guidance with a qualified individual (QI) by your side.

    Call a QI at 65 6950 5010

    Mon-Fri: 9 a.m - 6 p.m SGT
    Weekends: 9 a.m - 12 p.m SGT

    Our QIs are based in Singapore 

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