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    MS
    MoneySmart Singapore
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    Hi

    Taking up a short course in Singapore business law may be beneficial for you, in the areas of understanding contract law and obligations, as well as drafting of certain legal documents and / or navigating through legal terminology.

    However, it is not entirely necessary when it comes to setting up a business in Singapore and figuring out the relevant costs/ charges required. What some of the charges and taxations are also really depend on what industry you are going into and the manner in which your revenue is generated.

    Best to start at the following websites to get a clearer picture, but it is perhaps more prudent to not spend on a business law course as that neither qualifies you as a legal practitioner nor will it give you an edge over someone who researches the information at relevant sources, or engages a lawyer to draft the required documents.

    Check this out:

    http://www.enterpriseone.gov.sg/en/Business%20Stages/Start/Complying%20With%20Laws%20and%20Regulations.aspx

    https://www.acra.gov.sg/ask_ACRA_FAQs/

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    KC
    Kim
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    Joined: Dec 29, 2016

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    Heya, actually I was wondering about this too. I’m trying to start a small videography/film biz and I’m not entirely sure about the laws and insurance and stuff I should be aware about – might be dangerous? don’t wanna get sued!

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