Who Needs to File Financial Statements and XBRL
All Singapore (SG) incorporated companies are required to file financial statements (FS) with ACRA, except for those which are exempted. Some companies will file a full set of FS in XBRL format, while some others will file key financial data in XBRL format and a full set of signed copy of the FS tabled at annual general meeting and/or circulated to members (AGM FS) in PDF. If you own a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, or limited partnership, you are not required to file FS with ACRA.
Which Singapore Company Needs to File XBRL and Financial Statements
XBRL FIling and Resources From ACRA
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