Fortitude Budget

Singapore’s Fortitude Budget was presented by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat in Parliament on Tue, 26 May 2020. The Fortitude Budget builds on the Unity, Resilience and Solidarity Budgets to help businesses and individuals adapt and build resilience, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

In this section, you can find out more about the Fortitude Budget:

+ Fortitude Budget Statement

+ Fortitude Budget Debate Round-Up Speech

+ Fortitude Budget Measures

Fortitude Budget Booklet

The Fortitude Budget Booklet summarises the key measures introduced to help businesses, workers and households who have been impacted by COVID-19 adapt to the changing environment. Click on the links below to find out more.

  • Fortitude Budget Booklet (E-book, pdf 10442kb)
  • Supporting Our Businesses Booklet (E-book, pdf 1460kb)
Fortitude Budget Summary

What are the key measures introduced under the Fortitude Budget? Click on the links below to find out more.

  • Enhanced Support for Households (pdf1,157kb)
  • Enhanced Support for Businesses & Self-Employed (pdf1,149kb)
  • Fortitude Budget Summary (pdf309kb)
  • Fortitude Budget Infographic (English pdf586kb, Chinese pdf589kb, Malay pdf590kb, Tamil pdf544kb)
  • Caring for Singaporeans (pdf403kb)
  • Supporting Young Families (English pdf613kb, Chinese pdf319kb, Malay pdf307kb, Tamil pdf328kb)
  • Jobs & Skills for Workers Aged 40 to 60 (English pdf413kb, Chinese pdf368kb, Malay pdf413kb, Tamil pdf362kb)
  • Supporting Seniors (English pdf310kb, Chinese pdf319kb, Malay pdf307kb, Tamil pdf328kb)
  • Jobs & Skills (English pdf440kb, Chinese pdf391kb, Malay pdf307kb, Tamil pdf328kb)
  • Solidarity Utilities Credit FAQs (pdf152kb)

For more details of the Fortitude Budget 2020, click on the button below to watch a video of DPM and Minister for Finance, Mr Heng Swee Keat, delivering the statement in Parliament.