Making Voluntary Contributions

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Must I contribute CPF at a higher rate for my Singapore Permanent Resident employee?

You are not required to contribute CPF at a higher rate for your Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) employee who is in the first two years of his SPR status. However, you are required to contribute CPF at the graduated rates.

If you and your SPR employee wish to contribute at higher rates, you can submit a joint application with your SPR employee based on your entity type:

For UEN-registered entities

For individuals trading under own name