The Singapore Budget is prepared for each financial year, which begins on 1 April and ends on 31 March the following year. The Budget includes the revised government revenue and expenditure projections for the current financial year, as well as the government revenue and expenditure estimates for the upcoming financial year.
The Budget Logo
About the Logo Design
Singaporeans lie at the heart of each Budget.
The three figures supporting one another symbolise the unity of our people, coming together with tenacity and commitment to explore new opportunities together and to reach new frontiers as One Singapore.
The circles curve over as they increase in size, representing a unified progression. The colours in the logo signify a nation optimistic about a sustainable future with greater inclusiveness.
The Budget Process
How does the Government plan its revenue and spending each year? How are finite resources allocated? In this section, you can find out more about how Singapore’s Budget is determined every year.