Change of business activity

If you decide to change your company’s business activity, ACRA wants to know about it. So the company’s information on BizFile+ must be updated within 14 days. If you are not sure what business activity codes to submit, consult our SSIC code search.

All fees, any
resolutions included

Our Unlimited package covers all event-driven changes, government fees, and annual filings, so no extra charges out of the blue

  • Essential
    Secretary

    Good for a small company or a business with a settled structure

    Price

    S$300/y

    In this package:

    • S$60 Annual Filing government fee included
    • Corporate Secretary routine Annual Filing and AGM preparation

    Add any service on top and pay for each change as you need it:

    • Non-share related changes S$50
    • Share related change S$100
    • Corporate shareholder S$100
  • Unlimited
    Secretary

    Perfect for the first year with many changes, or for a larger business

    Price from

    S$600/y

    In this package:

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  • Company stamp S$60/m
  • CorpPass registration S$100
  • Striking off a dormant company S$600
  • Striking off a company S$400
  • Super Lean plan S$800/y
  • Sleeping beauty plan S$600/y

Why choose Osome?

  • Paperwork made easy

    Paperwork
    made easy

    On your side, filings and procedures are just a message thread in a secure chat

  • Never lose documents again

    Never lose
    documents again

    We encrypt your documents, arrange them and store them just a tap away

  • PExperts online

    Experts
    online 24/7

    We react fast to your requests and process the documents the same day

Q&A

  • What does SSIC code mean?

    It stands for Singapore Standard Industrial Classification code. SSIC is a list of all business activity types you can choose from.

  • How many SSIC codes can a company have?

    At least one and no more than two.

  • Can the incorporation be delayed because of the code I chose?

    Actually, yes, it might be. There are codes that refer to the types of business regulated by separate government authorities, so ACRA will send your documents there for review. This may take up to two months, so plan ahead. You can find some of these codes on ACRA’s website, but the list is non-exhaustive.

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