Employers play a crucial role in ensuring employees fulfil their tax obligations. This page outlines essential steps, resources, and answers to frequently asked questions for seamless tax filing.

Informing employees to file

As an employer, it is your responsibility to inform all employees, including directors, about their obligation to file an Income Tax Return if they receive a letter, Form, or SMS from IRAS instructing them to do so. You can do your part by sharing our communication note, which is available as a PDF, and accompanying infographics with your employees.

1. Communication note

Share this communication note (PDF, 70 KB) with your employees. This note serves as a clear reminder and reference, helping your employees to understand and fulfil their tax obligations promptly.

2. Infographic

Supplement the communication with an informative infographic.

Simple 4-Step Checklist for e-Filing



How do employees verify the amounts submitted by the employers?

Employees can verify their employment income information submitted by their employer at myTax Portal from 1 Mar every year.

What should employees do if they have already declared their employment income and deductions, and their employers have also submitted their income information via the AIS?

If your employees have e-Filed their Income Tax Return, they may re-file their tax returns at myTax Portal (Individuals > File Income Tax Return) within 7 days of their previous submission or by 18 Apr, whichever is earlier.

If your employees have received their tax bill (i.e. Notice of Assessment), they may file an amendment using the 'Object to Assessment' digital service at myTax Portal within 30 days from the date of the tax bill.