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Lawrence Wong Contact Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Website

Lawrence Wong is a leading and well-known Singapore politician who is the member of the governing People Action Party (PAP) and he is the Minister for National Development also elected in 2015. In 2016 Lawrence Wong was appointed as the second minister of finance. In the year 2008 Lawrence Wong became the Chief Executive of Singapore’s.

He was born on 18 December 1972 in Singapore here he was educated at Haig Boys Primary School, Tanjong Katong Secondary School, and Victoria Junior College. Lawrence Wong completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics in 1993 from the University of Wisconsin –Madison in the United States. Wong started his career as a civil servant at the Ministry of Trade and Industry. From the year 2005 to 2008 he served as the Principal Private Secretary to Singapore Prime Minister. He was also the Chairman of the Steering Committee for the 2015 Southeast Asian Games. Lawrence Wong was also appointed to the Board of the Directors of the Monetary Authority of Singapore. He Lawrence Wong is active on social media also where he have good followers.

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Lawrence Wong Office Contact Details

Lawrence Wong Office Address: Blk 787, Choa Chu Kang North 6, #01-206 Singapore 682787

Lawrence Wong Office Phone Number: 6766 5694

Lawrence Wong Fax Number: 6765 6101

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Facebook Fan Page: facebook.com/LawrenceWongST

Twitter Handle: twitter.com/LawrenceWongST

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Instagram Handle: instagram.com/lawrencewongst

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  • Cheong Yong Meng September 7, 2017, 10:21 AM

    Dear Mr Wong,
    I purchased my first HDB executive maisonette back in 1984 for about $170,000 and sold it in 1994 or 95 for $418,000. I bought a private apartment and did not pay the resale levy. I was not sure about the amount to pay nor understood the consequences for not paying.
    Now due to the age of my current 3 room flat which I bought from the resale market I want to change to a new 3 room flat so I have a new lease. However, I understand I have to pay the resale levy of my first house. It’s going to be 25% of $418,000 and 5% accrued interest from 1994/95 till now. It will be about $120,000 I need to pay back to HDB. I found this policy extremely unreasonable especially for older people like me. The reasons are:
    1. Even if I have to pay the levy why is it 25% on the purchased amount instead of the capital gain (413,000 – 170,000). It’s unfair for HDB to put a charge on the purchased price of the first house.
    2. There was a policy changed in 2006 to charge for a fixed amount by flat type. Why can’t it be retrospective to earlier purchases? This I cannot understand.
    HDB should include a policy to exempt older people if they financially unable to pay the levy. Most of us sold our house at this age hoping to have some extra money to meet our monthly expenses.
    The Singapore Government boasts about Singaporean is asset rich but do you think so?
    I sincerely hope you can review the policies as one of your goals for the citizens now that you are the Minister of National Development.

    Thank you and have a nice day.

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