WHY USE US
Proactive Tax Advice
Unlimited Access to your accountant with ongoing tax advice on managing your business.
Qualified ISCA accountants
Accounted with Big 4 firm experience, and also Certified by the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
Professional Accounting Software
We use professional accounting book keeping software for Singaporean Businesses
FC accounting offers low cost, fixed fee accountancy package with all clients receiving their own dedicated, friendly, approachable accountant.
Get unlimited access to your accountant, ongoing advice on managing your business, proactive tax advice as well as updates so you'll never miss a tax deadline.
Services include Monthly Management Accounts Year end Compilation of Annual Report Analysis and interpretation of financial data.
Monthly Management Accounts, Year end Compilation of Annual Report, Analysis and interpretation of financial data.
Incorporation Services, Maintaining Statutory Register Book, Preparation of Annual General Meeting, Annual Return Filling and Update of ACRA.
Estimated Chargeable Income (ECI), Form C and Form CS , PIC Claims, Review of GST return and Tax planning. Business Process Optimisation, Financial Management Solutions and Financial Modeling.
Statutory Audit Engagements, Limited Scoped Reviews, Systems and Internal Control Reviews and Due Diligence.
Previously: Kumo Izakaya & Izakaya Chuji (CBD & South Melbourne), Makino Asia Pte Ltd, KPMG Malaysia
Lay Min Koh
About half of Americans lived in middle-income households in 2014, according to Pew Research. This demographic includes families with incomes two-thirds to double the U.S. median household income – or those earning between $42,000 and $125,000 (with cost-of-living adjustments for expensive metropolitan areas). America’s middle class includes teachers, firefighters, and plumbers, but also engineers, construction managers, and Read more about 8 Money Mistakes the Middle Class Keeps Making[…]
4Fingers CEO Steen Puggaard highlights the challenges in the food and beverage industry and argues for the need to think beyond food to stay in business. SINGAPORE: Businesses in the food and beverage industry need to think beyond “just” food, to think and act in business terms as brands that disrupt and challenge the status Read more about Commentary: F&B Businesses Cannot Rely on Fads to Thrive[…]
Contrary to popular belief, “Everyone has the same opportunity to acquire wealth,” says self-made millionaire Steve Siebold. But is wealth in the cards for you? To help you evaluate that, we’ve rounded up nine red flags to watch out for. While no one can predict the future, the following choices most likely won’t accelerate your Read more about 9 Signs You’ll Never Be Rich[…]
How healthy are you? Do you have a healthy diet? Do you exercise regularly? Do you drink at least 8 glasses of water a day? Do you get enough sleep every day? Do you live a healthy lifestyle? Our body is our temple, and we need to take care of it to have a healthy Read more about 45 Tips To Live a Healthier Life[…]
Even if you have a well-paid job, having a second income is always a plus. After all, a second regular stream of cash means that you have more security, gives you more flexibility on how you spend your money (impromptu trip abroad? An unforeseen expense? No problem!), and can help you reach financial independence early on in Read more about 9 Ways to Make Extra Income Without Trying[…]
We all have different triggers that leads to stress, as well as different reactions to that stress. Some of us get anxious, others shut down, and many get angry. Certainly these three reactions are only a mere drop in the ocean of reactions that people have to stress. There are people who get so worked Read more about 14 Ways to Become Stress-Free in 5 Minutes[…]
Being a profitable entrepreneur requires a dedication to hard work, confidence, and the adoption of positive habits (to name just a few of the requirements for success). We all know how detrimental bad habits can be to building a business: poor time management can push back project milestones; poor focus can distract you from your Read more about 4 Habits of Highly Profitable Entrepreneurs[…]
Entrepreneurship can be a wonderful path to a life of freedom. You have the opportunity to earn an income doing something you love. You can help the people your business serves. Entrepreneurship is not for everyone, but if it is for you, you can accomplish your major life goals. A lot of what is written Read more about 4 Emotional Struggles You Must Confront as an Entrepreneur[…]
Confidence is key to your career success. Research suggests that those who display more confidence than competence are more admired, awarded a higher social status, and have more influence. But there are times when you may not feel confident, such as when speaking on stage to an audience, having a one-on-one conversation with a new person or Read more about 8 Things Successful People Do To Look Confident[…]
There are times for any entrepreneur when things can slow down. Seasonal trends, whether holiday time for many businesses or obvious lack of demand or opportunity. (Ever try to work as an exterior house painter in sub-zero weather?) In some industries, the interest of customers turn elsewhere in the summer. Macroeconomics may play cruelly in Read more about 28 Positive Things You Can Do When Business Is Slow[…]
It’s well known that you only need 30 days to establish a new habit. The hardest part is starting. The following list contains just 28 ideas, all of which can be done by pretty much anyone within a month. The best approach is to pick 2-5 out and try to do them every day for the next 30 days. Once you’ve assimilated them into your life, pick another selection Read more about 28 simple changes to help you become a different person[…]
Lose weight, live a healthier lifestyle, enjoy life to the fullest — these are all popular New Year’s resolutions people make in hopes of improving their lives. But what about improving your financial life? GOBankingRates.com found that money is what Americans think about most. So, what are people resolving to do to improve their finances? Three Read more about Save More, Spend Less’ Is 2017’s Top New Year’s Resolution, Finance Survey[…]
As 2016 winds down, it’s time to start planning for 2017. For business owners this means getting financially prepared for the new year by following 25 ways in order to keep your business up-and-running for the long haul. 1. Revisit your business plan. If you’re already a business owner then you probably have a detailed Read more about 25 Things to Begin Now so Your Business Thrives in 2017[…]
“Get married, buy a house, start a family”. If you’re in your mid to late 20s, you’ve probably heard that more than once. It can get tiring hearing the same pieces of well-meaning advice over and over again. But the truth is, there is no better time than your 20s to start planning for these Read more about Don’t Wait Till You’re 30 to Make These 4 Financial Decisions[…]
Back in school, lunch was always a pretty great time. The cafeteria might have only served cardboard-flavored pizza, but at least you got a break from classes and the chance to talk to your friends. In the working world, however, this midday meal often takes a backseat. In fact, lunch breaks are becoming increasingly endangered. One Read more about 9 Things Successful People Almost Never Do on Their Lunch Break[…]
It’s lonely at the top. Being the boss comes with a ton of pressure. And when you’re in a management position, it can be difficult to evaluate how you’re doing. Are you striking the right balance between commanding respect and appearing accessible? Are your employees responding well to your style of leadership? Are any of Read more about 24 signs you’re a good boss[…]
There’s great news for coffee lovers this week. A new study published in the journal Circulation found that regular coffee drinkers—people who drank less than five cups of coffee in a given day—have a lower risk of dying early from a number of different causes. That doesn’t necessarily mean that coffee is the answer to Read more about How Coffee Can Help You Live Longer[…]
Entrepreneurial ideas that surprise or inspire us are often the result of a personal experience. Maria De La Croix once applied for the role of a barista at her local Starbucks only to be instantly rejected for having blue hair. Rather than sit around feeling discriminated against for expressing her creative side, she decided to Read more about After a Starbucks Rejection, This Entrepreneur Raised $2.5 Million to Start a Mobile Cafe[…]
I am a max-for-the-minimum, champagne on a beer budget kind of girl. I love to get a good deal, especially when running my business. However, while entrepreneurs know that every penny counts when running your own business, sometimes your efforts to save money can backfire, costing you more in the long run. Here are just a Read more about 3 Examples of When Being Cheap Is Costly for Your Business[…]
They found fame as the couple who sold off their roast meat business for $4 million two years ago. But they are in the news now because they have been convicted of evading taxes before they sold the business. They will be spending four weeks in jail and were also fined $164,751.45 each, said Inland Read more about Couple behind famous Kay Lee Roast Meat jailed and fined for tax evasion[…]