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Are Your SRS Savings Sitting Idle and Losing Value against Inflation?

Optimise your SRS savings through long term investments to maximize returns for your retirement needs.

What is the Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS)?

  • SRS is a voluntary scheme to encourage individuals to save for retirement, over and above their CPF savings.

  • SRS contributions are made over and above CPF contributions, and enjoy tax relief as well.

  • You can grow your SRS funds exponentially through long term investments, which could better increase your investment value to give you a more comfortable retirement.

 
 

Congratulations on your Tax Savings by contributing to SRS

But are Your SRS Savings Sitting Idle?

Opportunity Cost, In The Long Run (20 years)


 
 

Are you losing out on opportunity cost?

By saving your hard-earned money in SRS without investing, you may potentially lose out $365,091 over the long run. Talk to your consultant to customize an SRS plan for you.

 
 

 
 

How to Invest Your SRS Savings?

Depending on your objectives, there are multiple financial solutions to invest your SRS savings

 
 

20 approved products from 6 insurers

Insurance

 
 

We have more than 1400 solutions, to suit your every needs

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How To Optimise Your SRS Savings


With over hundreds of financial solutions from 70 asset management companies and 6 insurance companies, we can help you to narrow down the options and optimise your SRS savings to suit your needs best.

(All information on investment and insurance products are correct as of 1 October 2023.)


Meet Your Independent Financial Adviser Representative


Judy Lang

Senior Consultant

About Judy Lang

Having worked at a global health insurer and local bank for close to a decade and a half, Judy brings with her a spectrum of experiences and expertise in the space of personal financial planning. 

At the heart of her work is her core beliefs in providing the best in class customer services and dedications to her clients and ensure the clients received professional financial planning for any of their life stages. 

She has diverse interests in the art of tea, pottery, boxing and also holds a certificate in Gemmology (UK's GEM-A). 

Maximize your SRS funds with us today.

Let us assist you with all the calculations. Ride on an exciting investment journey with us!



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Frequently Asked Questions

The Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) is a voluntary scheme to encourage individuals to save for retirement, over and above their CPF savings. Contributions to SRS are eligible for tax relief. Investment returns are tax-free before withdrawal and only 50% of the withdrawals from SRS are taxable at retirement.

Any Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents (SPRs) and foreigners who is a Singapore Tax Resident may make SRS contributions in the current year.

The annual contribution limit for SRS is $15,300 for Singapore Citizens/Permanent Residents and $35,700 for foreigners.

You will be allowed SRS tax relief in the Year of Assessment following the year of contribution, provided you are a tax resident for that Year of Assessment. However, a personal income tax relief cap of $80,000 applies to the total amount of all tax reliefs claimed (including relief on SRS contributions).

You will not be allowed SRS tax relief if:

Your SRS account is suspended as at 31 Dec of the year of contribution; or

The amount of such contribution is withdrawn from your SRS account in the same year of contribution.

You are able to make a wide variety of investments, including shares, insurance, bonds, unit trusts and fixed deposits. Let us help you find the best investment vehicle that suit your needs.

Disclaimer: The information and opinions shared are for general information purposes only. They should not be relied on as professional financial advice. Readers should seek independent financial advice that is customised to their specific financial objectives, situations & needs. This advertisement or publication has not been reviewed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
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