Singapore Budget 2022 forum: Ask The Finance Minister u finance

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Singapore Finance Minister Lawrence Wong on Friday (Feb 18) delivered the Budget 2022 statement in Parliament listing out significant changes to Singapore’s tax system. On Tuesday, he took part in a forum to discuss the impact of Budget 2022 with fellow Singaporeans. Watch the full episode here. Subscribe to our channel here: Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: Follow us: CNA: CNA Lifestyle: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: .

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20 comments

2NIKE Two 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

these 4G leaders really screwing our generations to hell.. they simply living in their own damnmn world ! Their hearts really got eaten away !!

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Rknin Rknin 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Lol it seems more like a budget for 2023 everything seems to be for 2023 what exactly is ministry of finance planning to give I 2022

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Nic ST 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Thank you Minister Wong for your hard work!

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D Y 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

I really dont understand why “we have pressing revenue needs”, Mr Wong. Yes we have revenue needs for sure, but pressing? After all the years of not drawing down our reserves and prudent management, we are get so beaten up just with Covid? Some lessons to be learned, surely, with regards to investments, and management of our reserves.

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D Y 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

“What if my salary doesnt?” Hhhmmmmmm good luck, buddy.

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Shanmuga Retnam 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Lawrence Wong will be a popular and competent choice as the next Prime Minister. Prior to CEO of Energy Market Authority he was Personal Private Secretary to Prime Minister.. more recently chaired the demanding Covid Task Force and now Finance Minister.

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TAN ALAN 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Avoiding "other wealth taxes" like INHERITANCE, ESTATE DUTY, CAPITAL GAINS, DIGITAL ASSET WEALTH taxes …etc?… in growing and increasing "rich tycoon playground"?

Property, car taxes are just a slap on rich's wrist!…"peanuts" to them!

Propaganda spin n spin only!

US-NATO-UKRAINE-RUSSIA war has started, yet rich tycoon playground harbouring the filthy and ill-gotten weathy are told PAP govt is still reviewing net wealth tax?… why the delay n not strike while the iron is hot?

And, whilst GST 8% n 9% in 2023 n 2024 is confirmed?

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Lkk Hamsin 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Very genius

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Sleepy Dobe 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

When they talk about people with disabilities, is it just people with physical disabilities or does it include people with disabilities that are not visibly obvious like certain mental disorders?

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Sleepy Dobe 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

There are other sources of green energy that Singapore can take advantage of besides wind and hydro. Yes, we have solar, but there are currently less-known ways to generate green energy that SG can tap on. Denmark has one that we can take a closer look at. A few countries in Europe is also developing another tech that we can examine the long-term benefits of joining.

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Daniel Global 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Singapore, where people sound like Mary Poppins (classy, friendly, intelligent, civilized) but then you get whipped Chinese / Mao (cultural revolution) style for chewing gum or betraying some establishment dogma etc. Interesting place! PAP = one political party Monopoly / authoritarian dictatorship scheme.

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Admin 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

The rich can leave. Doesn't matter. There will be people replacing them. Everyone is after the pies after all. And you need the mass consumer to support these rich folks.

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Wong On 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Well done Sir, tax them dearly or they might forget the society, just earn and earn it's the people of all kind make it possible for them

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Ang Hock Seng 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

No coe for electric vehicle
Find vehicle which run by
Water

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Naanyang Diaries 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

The speaker from IPS totally misread the survey. The results of the survey are, tax the rich people don't tax me, the rich deserve to be taxed more.

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Tse Hong Ling 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

"GST will increase, what if my Salary doesn't"
That guy need to change his job.. and upgrade himself stop asking the govt why his boss dun increase his pay…

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John Major 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

The gahment have done nothing to address the issue of cost of living. Things have increased by 100% from the past two decades but salaries remained stagnant! The lower income are struggling even more.

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G Asia 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Singapore's GDP growth at 7.6% last year.
Who should be rewarded for this good performance?
a) Xi Jinping of China
b) PM Lee and PAP politicians
Ans:

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G Asia 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Singapore's GDP growth at 7.6% in 2021. GDP growth is linked to the formula that calculates bonuses for PAP politicians, right? So, my question is how many months of bonuses PAP politicians can look forward to receive? Good right? They can have big bonuses while the working Singaporeans are facing career problems amid the worst global pandemic. Mini-BBC, can do one report on ministers' salaries and bonuses?

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識時務者 27/02/2022 - 9:49 Chiều

Propaganda, scripted. Don’t waste time

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