Employers are required to pay the employer`s and employee`s share of CPF contributions on a monthly basis. You have the right to recover the employee`s share of the employee`s salary. If you are an employee and permanent resident of Singapore or Singapore, you are eligible for your employer`s CPF contributions. CPF contributions are payable when there is an employer-employee relationship, i.e. an employment contract. However, if the employee is a SC or SPR working abroad, CPF contributions are not mandatory. You must pay both the employer`s share and the employee`s share of the monthly CPF contribution. However, you can recover your employee`s share by deducting it from their salary when contributions for that month are paid. The following employees are also eligible for CPF contributions: CPF contributions are payable to Singapore citizens (SC) and Singapore permanent residents (SPR) who: You must recover the employee`s share within 6 months of the date the contributions should have been recovered. You must pay CPF dues for your employees who are Singapore citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR). If you pay foreign tax for your foreign employees, you do not have to pay CPF contributions for them. However, you must pay the Skills Development Tax (DPA).

For more information on an employer`s CPF obligations, see: Work permit holders are covered by the CPF program if they are permanent residents of Singapore. This provision applies from the day they become permanent residents. Your employees have the right to inform you if you do not pay their CPF on time. You can ask for an explanation and when to pay if you are late. An employee is any person employed in Singapore. This includes any Singaporean seafarer employed under a service contract or other arrangement in Singapore. If you haven`t got the money back by then and it`s not due to negligence, you can still do it. This is provided that you have: If you do not pay before the 14th of the following month, you may be held responsible:.