CPF Employer Registration

  • Act/Rule/Legislation

  • Online Link to Act/Rule/Legislation

  • Initial Setup or Ongoing Maintenance

    Ongoing compliance requirement

  • Filing and Maintenance Requirements

    The government of Singapore mandates that all employers need to submit their CPF contributions The application for submitting CPF details can be found at the following link: https://mycpf.cpf.gov.sg/Employers/EmployerGuides/employer-guides/setting-up-a-company/registering-as-an-employer-and-knowing-your-responsibilities Also to understand the CPF contributions on various types of wage payments please visit: https://mycpf.cpf.gov.sg/Employers/EmployerGuides/employer-guides/hiring-employees/cpf-contributions-for-your-employees

  • Penalty

    If any person (a) for any purpose connected with this Act (i) knowingly makes any false statement; or (ii) produces or furnishes or causes or knowingly allows to be produced or furnished any document which he knows to be false in a material particular; (b) fails to pay to the Fund within such period as may be prescribed any amount which he is liable under this Act to pay in respect of or on behalf of any employee in any month; (c) obstructs any officer or employee of the Board in the discharge of his functions as such; (d) fails to comply with any regulations or rules made under this Act; or (e) fails to pay to the Board within such period as may be prescribed any amount which he is liable to pay under the provisions of this Act, he shall be guilty of an offence."

  • Application Guidelines / Responsible Persons / Comments

    How do I start contributing CPF as a new employer? You should apply to e-submit your CPF contribution details using CPF e-Submit@web as soon as you intend to hire your first employee. To apply, you will need your SingPass and entity's Unique Entity Number (UEN). Upon approval, you will receive an email and welcome letter containing your CPF Submission Number (CSN), Payment Advice (CPF91) and Direct Debit Authorisation Form for payment via Direct Debit. What is the CPF Submission Number (CSN)? You have to use the CPF Submission Number (CSN) to transact with us. The CSN comprises your UEN and CPF Payment Code, except in these cases: •For employers who are individuals hiring local employees such as a personal driver, gardener and local domestic worker, the CSN is the 'NRIC/Foreign Identification Number (FIN) + CPF Payment Code'; and •For individuals hiring foreign domestic workers or individuals who are self-employed, the CSN is the individual's NRIC/FIN.