Ministry of Finance invites Singaporeans to share views for Budget 2021

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) is inviting Singaporeans to share their views and suggestions via both physical and online channels for the upcoming Budget 2021, which is scheduled to be presented in February 2021.  

Singaporeans can now share their views and suggestions for Budget 2021 via various channels. Photo courtesy: PA
Singaporeans can now share their views and suggestions for Budget 2021 via various channels. Photo courtesy: PA

Individuals, households, and businesses can do so over a six-week period, from now until January 8, 2021, MOF said in a statement.

They can share their suggestions on themes such as the economy, workforce, society and community, a safe and smart nation, as well as environmental sustainability. The channels available are as follows: 

REACH will have virtual and physical Listening Points set up at various high traffic nodes, while People's Association and its grassroots organisations will also reach out to Singaporeans via virtual Ask Kopi Kakis #shareyourviews engagement platforms to seek their views and suggestions for Budget 2021 in a convenient and safe manner.

Information on Singapore’s national Budget process and Budget 2020 measures can be found here.

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