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Concessionary rate of tax for approved insurer
—(1)  Subject to regulations 4A and 5A, tax shall be payable at the rate of 10% on the following income derived by an approved insurer:
the amount referred to in section 26(7)(a)(i) of the Act (but excluding the investment income and gains or profits derived from the sale of investments and other income, whether derived from Singapore or elsewhere, of any life insurance fund established under the Insurance Act relating to offshore life policies);
[S 81/2009, wef Y/A 2006 & Sub Ys/A]
the dividends and interest derived from outside Singapore, the gains or profits realised from the sale of offshore investments, and interest from ACU deposits derived from —
subject to paragraph (2), the investment of its insurance fund established and maintained under the Insurance Act for the offshore life business; and
the investment of its shareholders’ funds established in Singapore which are used to support the offshore life business as ascertained under regulation 5.
(2)  Where the Comptroller is satisfied that any part of the insurance fund referred to in sub-paragraph (b)(i) of paragraph (1) is not required to support the offshore life business of an approved insurer, he may adopt such reduced amount of the dividends, interest and gains or profits under that sub-paragraph as appears to him to be reasonable in the circumstances.
[S 81/2009, wef Y/A 2005 & Sub Ys/A]
History for Provision '4 Concessionary rate of tax for approved insurer'.
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Formal Consolidation
05 May 1995
1995 RevEd
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Informal Consolidation
02 June 2005
S 28/1995

Informal Consolidation
01 April 2008
S 748/2010

Informal Consolidation
25 February 2009
S 81/2009