What can I use special account for?
4. CPF Special Account can be used to invest
- Fixed deposits.
- Treasury bills.
- Singapore government bonds.
- Unit trusts.
- ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds)
- Endowment policies.
- Investment-linked insurance products.
Can I use all my CPF to buy private property?
Eligibility For CPF Private Properties Scheme
Buying overseas property using your CPF is not allowed. In addition, if you are buying a private property with a remaining lease of less than 60 years, your current age plus your remaining lease must be at least 80 years.
Can I withdraw from special account?
You can withdraw up to $5,000 from your Special and Ordinary Account savings. The remainder will form your retirement sum in your Retirement Account. … You can withdraw $5,000 or your Special and Ordinary Account savings after setting aside the Full Retirement Sum of $181,000, whichever is higher.
How much of ordinary account can be used for housing?
You can use your CPF OA savings (including CPF Housing Grant if eligible) to make the initial payment up to 20%. If your CPF savings is insufficient, the balance is to be paid in cash. You can use your CPF OA savings (including CPF Housing Grant if eligible) to make the initial payment up to 35%.
Can special account be used for housing?
As mentioned above, savings in CPF Special Account cannot be withdrawn before the age of 55. It also cannot be withdrawn and utilize for other purposes like paying off mortgages of housing.
Can I transfer my CPF Special Account to ordinary account?
Members are advised to plan the use of their CPF carefully before making the transfer as it is irreversible. If you are using your CPF to repay your existing housing loan, or considering to buy a property, please plan carefully.
How much CPF can I buy on private property?
If you intend to use a bank loan to pay for your mortgage, you can use your CPF to finance up to 120% of the valuation of your property. Using the valuation of $480,000, you can use up to $576,000.00 if you set aside your Basic Retirement Sum (BRS) in your CPF accounts.
How much CPF savings can I use for my property purchase?
You and your co-owners (if any) may use your respective Ordinary Account (OA) savings to pay for the purchase, up to the lower of the purchase price or the valuation price of the property at the time of purchase. No further CPF usage is allowed thereafter.
Can I use CPF to buy second property?
The answer is YES! It is possible to use the CPF savings to purchase a second or subsequent property. You are free to use your excess CPF savings to purchase the second property after setting aside the necessary saving for retirement.
Can I transfer OA to SA after 55?
When you reach 55 years old, your CPF Special Account (SA) and/or Ordinary Account (OA) monies will be transferred to your newly formed CPF RA.
Can I top up my special account after 55?
1. You can top up your CPF Special Account (SA) if you are below 55 or Retirement Account (RA) if you are 55 and above. Top-ups can be made in cash, CPF transfers, or both.
How do I transfer money from special account to ordinary account?
Apply To Transfer OA To SA Online
- Log on to cpf.gov.sg with your SingPass.
- Select “My Request” from the panel at the left.
- Expand the options under “Building Up My/ My Recipient’s CPF Savings.
- Under “Using CPF”, select Transfer From My Ordinary Account to My Special Account.