All drivers are required to file income tax. If you are employed as a driver under a chauffeured service company, check with your company if they are under the auto-inclusion scheme.
Companies not under the auto-inclusion scheme will have to provide you with the forms to file your own income tax returns.
If you have signed up for the pre-filing, Grab will file your earnings with IRAS directly. You can log in to IRAS myTax portal and confirm if the earnings are correct.
When is the due date to file tax?
|Mode of Filling||Filing Deadline|
|Paper Filing||15 April 2018|
|e-Filing||18 April 2018|
I am driving part time, do I file my Grab income with my employment income tax?
As a part-time GrabCar driver, you are considered as a self-employed person. You should declare your income from driving with GrabCar as trade income under “Trade, Business, Profession or Vocation” under your personal Income Tax Return. This is separate from your employment income which you would declare under “Employment” source in the tax return.
As a sole proprietor, where should I go to file taxes?
As a sole-proprietor, GrabCar drivers should report your business income on your income tax return under ‘Sole Proprietorship’ in the ‘Trade, Business, Profession or Vocation’ section.
Do I need to declare:
- Incentives earnings?
- Free credits (e.g. sign up credit)?
- GrabPay earnings?
- Referral incentives?
Yes, drivers have to include such additional income as part of their revenue for the year (even if they have not been “cashed out” or used).
Read more about tax filing for Grab driver by IRAS.
How can I retrieve my historical Grab earnings?
You can refer to the weekly Partner Statement sent to your email address. Please note the IRAS definition of taxable income for the purpose of your tax filing.
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