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MOF Launches Call for Public Feedback on Budget 2015

26 Nov 2014

The Ministry of Finance is seeking the views of all Singaporeans for ideas and suggestions on possible measures for Budget 2015. Individuals, households, and businesses are welcome to submit feedback on issues such as taxation and public spending.

2.         Starting from today, 26 November 2014, contributors can visit the REACH Pre-Budget 2015 microsite ( to submit their views online. The feedback exercise will close on 29 January 2015.

3.         The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has also launched the Budget 2015 website (, through which the public can access the latest updates on Budget 2015, as well as general information on the Singapore national budget process.

4.         Tomorrow, 27 November 2014, Senior Minister of State for Finance and Transport, Mrs Josephine Teo, and Parliamentary Secretary for Health and Transport and REACH Vice-Chairman, A/P Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, will join around 80 Singaporeans at an MOF-REACH Pre-Budget 2015 Conversation to discuss ideas and suggestions for next year’s Budget.

5.         In addition, MOF and REACH will stage three pre-Budget 2015 Listening Points across Singapore from December 2014 to January 2015. The Listening Point is an open booth for Singaporeans from all walks of life to share their views. The details of the Listening Points are as below:


Date & Time



15 to 16 December 2014 (Mon – Tues), 11.00am to 7.00pm

Toa Payoh Hub, opposite Vincent Watch, #01-31 (Basement 1), 460 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh


3 January 2015 (Sat), 11.00am to 7.00pm

Jurong Point Shopping Mall, Jurong Point 2 entrance square, beside #01-35


10 January 2015 (Sat), 11.00am to 7.00pm

Blk 513, Tampines Central 1, beside CK Department Store, #01-170C

6.         Singaporeans can also give their views and suggestions for the coming Budget 2015 via the following channels: