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Old 09-10-2018, 05:14 PM   #6
keat84
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It depends on the company hired u as an employee or a vendor of service.
if you're hired as a vendor to provide service, you're liable for your own contribution, like a self-employed.

if you're hired as an employee then they are liable for your CPF.

end of the day, it depends on what's written in the contract of employment.

Thanks.

let me know put it in another way...
I apply for this tutor job but the centre said they wun offer me cpf contribution, so if i tell them up front that its illegal, so it will mean they die die must pay me cpf, else i can report them to cpf board?

and since there is so many company skipping the cpf contribution, why is mom or cpf board not doing anything to warn or penalise them?
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