Known as Singapore’s Resilience Budget, the Supplementary Budget 2020 includes revised Government revenue and expenditure plans for the current financial year. It complements the Unity Budget presented on 18
February, and addresses the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation and the impact on Singapore’s economy and society.
In this section, you can find out more about the Supplementary Budget:
Supplementary Budget Statement
Supplementary Budget Measures
Supplementary Budget Booklet
Supplementary Budget Summary
The Supplementary Budget Booklet summarises the key measures introduced for businesses, workers and households. Click on the links below to find out more.
- Supplementary Budget Booklet (E-book,
Jobs Support Scheme
As announced on 26 March 2020, the Government will enhance and extend the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) to provide employers with more impactful and sustained wage support. Click here to find out more about JSS.
No Increase in Government Fees & Charges
Announced as part of the Resilience Budget, fees and charges for government-provided services will not be increased for one year, from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021. Click on the links to find out more about the fee freeze.
- No Increase in Government Fees & Charges Infographics (212kb)
- No Increase in Government Fees & Charges FAQs (105kb)
Self-Employed Person Income Relief Scheme
The Self-Employed Person Income Relief Scheme (SIRS) was introduced as part of the Resilience Budget to help self-employed Singaporeans with less means tide over this period of economic uncertainty. Click on the links below to find out
more about SIRS.
Property Tax Rebate
In the FY2020 Budget and Supplementary Budget, a property tax rebate of up to 100% for non-residential properties was announced. The rebate is intended to help businesses deal with the impact from COVID-19.
Click on the links to find out more about the property tax rebate.
For more details of the measures, click on the buttons at the bottom to read the Ministerial Statement on Supplementary Budget 2020 or watch a video of DPM and Minister for Finance, Mr Heng Swee Keat, delivering the Statement in Parliament.