CPF contributions

CPF contribution calculator

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A tool for employers and employees to calculate their CPF contributions.

Use this calculator to compute the monthly CPF contributions payable for private sector and non-pensionable government employees.

Important notes
  • This calculator has been updated to include rates applicable from January 2024.
  • If you are an employer using CPF EZPay to submit and pay CPF contributions, you do not have to use this tool. CPF EZPay auto-computes employee CPF contributions for you.
  • If the employee's total wage for the calendar year exceeds $102,000, use the Additional Wage (AW) ceiling calculator instead.
CPF contributions

CPF contribution calculator

Employee information

The contribution rates for non-Singapore Citizens are based on their number of years as Permanent Residents.


Contribution details

Different types of contribution rates are available to employees who are Permanent Residents (PR).


Wages

Ensure that the sum of Ordinary and Additional wages is more than $50 (monthly wages $50 and below do not attract CPF contributions). You can also check what payments are considered wages and how they are classified as Ordinary or Additional wages.

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Results

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Resources

Additional Wage ceiling calculator

Private sector employers can use this tool to calculate the Additional Wage ceiling of their employees.


Payments that attract CPF contributions

What are wages? How are they classified into Ordinary and Additional wages?


How much CPF contributions to pay

Find out how employers' and employees' share of CPF contributions are calculated.


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