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Singpass is every Singapore resident’s trusted digital identity for easy and secure access to over 1,700 government and private sector services online and in person. Users can log in to digital services, prove their identity over counters, digitally sign documents and do more with the improved Singpass.

Singpass is managed by the Government Technology Agency (GovTech) and is one of eight strategic national projects that drive Singapore’s Smart Nation vision.

Fast and convenient ways to prove who you are

Singpass Fast and Convenient

Users can log in to digital services easily and securely through various ways:

  1. Using the Singpass app with their fingerprint, face or an easy-to-remember 6-digit passcode, without the need to enter passwords.

  2. Entering their Singpass ID and password, followed by
    a) keying in a One-Time Password (OTP) sent via SMS, or
    b) a face scan enabled by Singpass Face Verification.

These Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) methods – Singpass app, SMS-OTP and Face Verification – provide an additional layer of security to better protect users’ personal data.

Singpass Digital IC

When transacting over government counters, users can prove their identity using their Digital IC^ easily accessible in their Singpass app. They may also scan the Digital IC barcode at kiosks located in libraries and polyclinics.

^Other than scenarios where physical identification cards are specifically required by law

Singpass app: Seamless access to more services

Since its launch in 2018, we have been progressively adding more useful features to the Singpass app for simpler everyday transactions. Current features include:

  • One-tap access to commonly-used government digital services like CPF, HDB, IRAS and NS Portal. Last used services are also displayed for easy access.

  • Profile section where users always have their important information such as CPF balance and HDB details on hand.

  • Digital signing of documents by scanning a QR code. This removes the need for users to be physically present to sign documents and agreements.

  • Proving identity and providing information in person by scanning a QR code. Currently, patients at SingHealth polyclinics and visitors to Republic Plaza can use their Singpass app for registration, in place of manual form filling.

  • Timely notifications from government agencies in the Singpass app inbox. For instance, users who are due for NRIC re-registration and passport renewal will receive notifications in their app inbox.

Sign with Singpass

Of the 4.2 million residents on Singpass, more than 3.1 million users are on the Singpass app. For even more convenient sign-ups, the Face Verification service has been enabled in the app’s onboarding process. Users can set up their Singpass app with a face scan. This feature is handy for Singaporeans based overseas as they no longer need to wait for a physical PIN mailer or use their SMS-OTP to set up the Singpass app.

Accessible for everyone

Singpass Accessible

Singpass is designed for everyone. To ensure that our services are accessible and inclusive, Singpass introduced more authentication methods like Singpass Face Verification and Multi-User SMS 2FA to meet the varied needs of Singpass users. The Singpass app is also built with accessibility features like dark mode and screen reader compatibility to help the visually impaired navigate the app with ease.

Besides actively improving Singpass services based on public feedback gathered through user testing and Tech Kaki citizen engagement sessions, GovTech also works closely with the Infocomm Media Development Authority’s Digital Readiness team to educate users who may need more assistance using Singpass.

Ever-improving security measures

Singpass has stringent security measures to safeguard users’ personal data while ensuring Singpass services remain accessible to users. It is crucial for users to play an active role in protecting their account and personal information. Here are some tips to follow:

  • Do not share your login information:
    Keep your Singpass ID, password and 2FA details confidential.

  • Do not reuse passwords:
    Certain websites that you access may not be secure. Login information may be stolen from these sites and can be used to hack your Singpass account.

  • Watch out for phishing sites:
    These are sites that may look like government websites to trick you into disclosing your personal details. Always check that the URL is correct (www.singpass.gov.sg) with a ‘lock’ icon in the address bar.

https://www.tech.gov.sg/products-and-services/singpass/
Источник: https://www.tech.gov.sg/products-and-services/singpass/

SINGAPORE - The Basic Healthcare Sum will be raised from $63,000 to $66,000 for Central Provident Fund (CPF) members under 65.

This will take effect from Jan 1 next year, the CPF Board said in a joint statement with the Ministry of Health and the Housing Board on Friday (Nov 26).

The Basic Healthcare Sum is the estimated savings required for basic subsidised healthcare needs in one's old age.

It is adjusted yearly for members below 65 years of age to keep pace with the growth in MediSave use. Once members reach the age of 65, the sum will be fixed for the rest of their lives.

Those who turn 65 next year will have the sum fixed at $66,000 and it will not be changed.

Those who are 66 and above next year will see no changes to their cohort's Basic Healthcare Sum.

The CPF Board announced in September that the minimum 4 per cent interest rate for Special, MediSave and Retirement account monies had been extended until Dec 31 next year.

On Friday, it said that in the first quarter of next year, CPF members below 55 years of age will continue to earn up to 5 per cent interest on the first $60,000 of their combined balances, with up to $20,000 from the Ordinary Account.

They will earn interest rates of up to 3.5 per cent a year on their Ordinary Account monies and up to 5 per cent a year on their Special and MediSave account monies.

CPF members aged 55 and above will be paid 6 per cent interest a year on the first $30,000 of their combined balances, with up to $20,000 from the Ordinary Account. They will also be paid 5 per cent on the next $30,000.

The extra interest on a member's Ordinary Account will go into their Special Account or Retirement Account to enhance their retirement savings.

If a member is above 55 and participates in the CPF Life scheme, the extra interest will still be earned on their combined balances, including savings used for CPF Life.

CPF Life is an annuity scheme that provides a lifelong monthly payout that kicks off when the member becomes 65 years old.

The interest rate for Ordinary Accounts will be maintained at 2.5 per cent a year from Jan 1 to March 31 next year.

The concessionary interest rate for HDB housing loans, which is pegged at 0.1 percentage point above the Ordinary Account interest rate, will remain unchanged at 2.6 per cent a year during the same period.

For Special and MediSave accounts, interest rates will be maintained at 4 per cent a year until March 31 next year.

The Retirement Account interest rate will also be maintained at 4 per cent a year until Dec 31 next year.

Источник: https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/consumer/basic-healthcare-sum-raised-to-66000-in-2022-cpf-interest-rates-to-remain

Guide to getting CPF, IRAS and HDB documents

When processing your home loan in Singapore, there's a list of documents that your bankers will require, depending on your situation. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to obtain documents from CPF, IRAS and HDB in the comfort of your own home!

Just click any of the links below to go to the specific document.

List of Documents you'll need

CPF

  1. CPF Ordinary Account Statement
  2. CPF Contribution History
  3. CPF Property Withdrawal Details

IRAS

  1. IRAS Notice of Assessment
  2. IRAS Property Portfolio page for Owner Occupation
  3. IRAS Account Summary Page

HDB

  1. HDB Flat Details Page
  2. HDB Financial Information Page
  3. HDB Loan Statement of Account

How to see your CPF Ordinary Account Statement

Step 1: Go to the CPF website at cpf.gov.sg and click Login at the top menu to login with SingPass

Menu bar of CPF Website

Step 2: That's it!

With the new CPF website, you can now see your total funds in your CPF Ordinary Account (OA), your CPF Special Account (SA) and your MediSave Account (MA) as soon as you log in.

From the top menu, you can obtain 3 types of CPF Statements - your transaction history, your contribution history, and yearly statement of account.

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How to get your CPF Contribution History

Step 1: Go to the CPF website at cpf.gov.sg and click Login at the top menu to login with SingPass

Menu bar of CPF Website

Step 2: Click on my cpf on the top menu bar and then click on Contribution History under the section entitled My statements.

my cpf menu

Step 3. The Date Range should be for the past 15 months by default, so just click on the icon on the top right to save your contribution history as a PDF file

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Your CPF contribution history is crucial in determining your income for both HDB loans and bank loans. This is the most important income document for homeowners who are full-time or part-time employees.

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How to get your CPF Property Withdrawal Details

Your CPF Property Withdrawal Details are also known as CPF Property Withdrawal Statement and is a reqired document for all refinancing enquiries.

Step 1: Go to the CPF website at cpf.gov.sg and click Login at the top menu to login with SingPass

Menu bar of CPF Website

Step 2: Click on my cpf on the top menu bar, followed by Home Ownership under the section entitled My dashboards.

my cpf menu

Step 3. Make sure the right property is selected and then choose Principal amount and accrued interest

CPF Home ownership dashboard

Step 4. Click on the PDF icon in the top right corner to get your Property Statement as a PDF.

CPFOAStep5new.png

Do note that banks will need you to produce the CPF Property Withdrawal Statement even though you have never used your CPF savings to pay for your property.

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How to get your IRAS Notice of Assessment

Step 1. Go to the IRAS website at iras.gov.sg and click Login and Login to myTax Portal at the top menu

Logging into myTax Portal

Step 2. Click Personal Tax and login with SingPass

Logging in with SingPass

Step 3. Click Notices/Letters in the top menu and then click Individual

IRAS Notices/Letters - Individual

Step 4. Click Notice of Assessment (Individual) 2020 and download the document as a PDF

Obtaining Notice of Assessment (Individual) 2020

As with the CPF Contribution History, the IRAS Notice of Assessment is a way for HDB and banks to determine your average gross monthly income and how much you can borrow. This is especially important for homeowners who are self-employed or work odd jobs.

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How to get your IRAS Property Portfolio page for Owner Occupation

Step 1. Go to the IRAS website at iras.gov.sg and click Login and Login to myTax Portal at the top menu

Logging into myTax Portal

Step 2. Click Personal Tax and login with SingPass

Logging in with SingPass

Step 3. Click Property in the top menu and select View Property Dashboard

View Property Dashboard on IRAS website

Step 4. Click View Details on the Property Dashboard

View Details on Property Dashboard

Step 5. Click Save as PDF/Print to save the information in a PDF

Save the Property Dashboard information as a PDF

Step 6. And choose Save as PDF for the printer (what you see may vary depending on your printer model) followed by Save at the bottom

Save as PDF option for Printing

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How to get your IRAS Account Summary Page

Step 1. Go to the IRAS website at iras.gov.sg and click Login and Login to myTax Portal at the top menu

Logging into myTax Portal

Step 2. Click Personal Tax and login with SingPass

Logging in with SingPass

Step 3. Click Account and select View Account Summary

IRAS View Account Summary

Step 4. Click Save as PDF/Print to save the information in a PDF

Click Save as PDF/Print

Step 5. And choose Save as PDF for the printer (what you see may vary depending on your printer model) followed by Save at the bottom

Save as PDF option for Printing

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How to get your HDB Flat Details Page

Step 1. Go to the HDB website at hdb.gov.sg and click Login and Login to My HDBPage from the top menu

Login to My HDBPage from HDB website

Step 2. Click My Flat and Purchased Flat in the menu on your left

Get Purchased Flat details

Step 3. Click Flat Details

Click on Flat Details

Step 4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save As PDF

HDB Flat Details page on HDB website

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How to get your HDB Financial Information Page

Step 1. Go to the HDB website at hdb.gov.sg and click Login and Login to My HDBPage from the top menu

Login to My HDBPage from HDB website

Step 2. Click My Flat and Purchased Flat in the menu on your left

Get Purchased Flat details

Step 3. Click Financial Info

Click on Financial Info

Step 4. Once you've reached this page, select "Print" from your browser menu or press Ctrl-P on your keyboard

Purchased Flat - Financial Info page on HDB website

Step 5. And choose Save as PDF for the printer (what you see may vary depending on your printer model) followed by Save at the bottom

Save as PDF option for Printing

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How to get your HDB Loan Statement of Account

If you are still on an HDB loan, here's how to get your Statement of Account.

Step 1. Go to the HDB website at hdb.gov.sg and click Login and Login to My HDBPage from the top menu

Login to My HDBPage from HDB website

Step 2. Click My Flat and Purchased Flat in the menu on your left

Get Purchased Flat details

Step 3. Click Financial Info

Click on Financial Info

Step 4. Click Save as PDF at the bottom of the screen to save the information as a PDF document, then click Statement of Account to download your 12-month transaction history.

How to get HDB Loan Statement of Account

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Posted in Home Loan on Jan 14, 2021

Источник: https://mortgagemaster.com.sg/blog/post/guide-getting-cpf-iras-hdb-documents

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Description

CPF EZPay Mobile is a free tool provided by the CPF Board for employers to conveniently submit their monthly CPF contributions on-the-go. It is optimised for mobile devices to help employers complete their submissions easily and quickly. It is most suitable for employers with 10 or fewer employees.

Benefits of using CPF EZPay Mobile

a) There’s no need to register or log in. Simply download the app to begin.
b) You can load the latest CPF submission details that were transacted on the app with the same mobile device.
c) Mobile optimised screen for positive user experience.
d) Secure payment via PayNow and eNETS (personal bank accounts).

This application is a service of the Singapore Government.

Ratings and Reviews

CPF Contribution using Mobile

Feels light with easy navigation

Easy but need to rekey employees details every time

Easy platform. But hope to have functions to add employees details & just select the ones for contributions instead of key so many details (name,NRIC) every month.

So end up I think using paper to fill up numbers more fast.. but waste paper..

Since we moving to digital, please look into my feedback to make my life easier. Thanks

Hi cwgj1205, thank you for your support and feedback. If you are using the app for the first time, you will need to key your employees’ details. However, for subsequent submissions you would have the option to load your employees’ details from the previous submission when using the same phone and submitter’s NRIC. If you are submitting for more than 10 employees, we recommend that you use our website which provides auto-computation of CPF contributions. For assistance, please write to us at cpf.gov.sg/writetous.

Government apps should be accessible to all, including those that use jailbroken devices

As a taxpayer, it doesn’t make sense for government apps to be restricted from jailbroken devices. Jailbroken devices are usually more secure as well, if security patches are installed from the community. One star for ignorance.

The developer, Central Provident Fund Board, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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Provider
Central Provident Fund Board

Size
23.1 MB

Category
Utilities

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Mac
Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with the Apple M1 chip.

Age Rating
4+

Copyright
© 2021 Central Provident Fund Board

Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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Источник: https://apps.apple.com/sg/app/cpf-ezpay-mobile/id1072317364

SingPass OneKey Token to be Discontinued from 1 April 2021

This announcement is posted on behalf of the Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech).

 

As announced in March this year, the OneKey token will be discontinued from 1 April 2021, due to low usage of the token combined with availability of alternative two-factor authentication (2FA) methods. From 1 April 2021, users will not be able to use OneKey tokens to access digital services and are encouraged to download the SingPass Mobile app for their transactions.

 

We understand that there are many overseas Singaporeans who use the OneKey token. We urge existing OneKey token users to switch to the SingPass Mobile app by March 2021. The app allows users to access services by verifying with their fingerprint, face recognition or an easy-to-remember user-determined passcode.

 

How to download SingPass Mobile:

  1. Users can download the app from official app stores and complete a one-time setup which requires their SingPass ID, password and One-Time Password generated using the OneKey token.

  2. For users without the OneKey token, we will be introducing SingPass Face Verification in September 2020 to enable them to prove their identities via face verification when activating their SingPass Mobile app.

 

Please refer to www.SingPassMobile.sg for more information on SingPass Mobile, or reach out to the SingPass team via email at [email protected]

 

Qn1: I have a smartphone with internet access. How do I log in to government digital services?

Ans: Visit the respective links to download the SingPass Mobile app:

 

 

With SingPass Mobile, you can log in to digital services using your fingerprint, face recognition or a 6-digit passcode. Find out more at go.gov.sg/singpassmobile.

 

Qn2: Besides SingPass Mobile app, how can I log in to government digital services when I’m overseas?

Ans: From 16 December 2020, SingPass users will have two new Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) options, SingPass Face Verification and Multi User SMS 2FA. With SingPass Face Verification users can log in by entering their SingPass ID and password, followed by scanning their face using a mobile device with front-facing camera, or internet-enabled computer with a web camera. The Multi-User SMS 2FA is an extension of the existing SMS OTP. Users - who may require the assistance of others to sign in - can opt to have their SMS OTP sent to another SingPass user's mobile number.

 

Источник: https://www.mfa.gov.sg/Overseas-Mission/London/Announcements/Onekey-Token

Public Trustee Public Trustee

On 3rd April, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced an elevated set of safe distancing measures, as a circuit breaker to pre-empt the spread of COVID-19. MinLaw’s services will remain accessible with digital and call services as the primary modes of work and service delivery. Please use our e-services to reach us. For more information, please refer here.
If you and/or accompanying person(s) have a pre-arranged appointment, you can reschedule by calling 1800 2255529. If you need assistance, please call us at 1800 2255 529 or submit an enquiry form. Our case officers will be in touch with you.
Please note that with effect from 7 April 2020, MinLaw Customer Service Centre will no longer accept cash payments. Cash payments can only be made at Singpost Counters islandwide. Payments via NETS can be made at SAM Kiosks, SAM online or SAM Mobile application.

Источник: https://pto.mlaw.gov.sg/
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