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Who should be considered as a member of my household for the computation of my household income used for assessing my eligibility for the Silver Support Scheme?

Only family members related by blood, marriage and/or legal adoption (e.g. spouse, parents, children, grandparents, grandchildren, siblings, uncles, aunts, cousins and in-laws) and who live at the same residence are considered members of your household for the computation of your household income used for assessing your eligibility for the Silver Support (SS) Scheme.

Domestic helpers, unrelated tenants, godparents and friends living at the same address are not considered members of your household. Family members not living at your address are not considered members of your household.

If there are recent household changes that you want us to take into account to reassess your SS eligibility, please write in to CPF Board and we will work with the Household Means Eligibility System (HOMES) to have your household means tested.