No. S 801
Central Provident Fund Act
(Chapter 36)
Central Provident Fund Act (Amendment of First Schedule) Notification 2004
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 7(8) of the Central Provident Fund Act, the Minister for Manpower hereby makes the following Notification:
Citation and commencement
1.  This Notification may be cited as the Central Provident Fund Act (Amendment of First Schedule) Notification 2004 and shall come into operation on 1st January 2005.
Amendment of First Schedule
2.  The First Schedule to the Central Provident Fund Act is amended —
(a)by deleting paragraph 1 and substituting the following paragraph:
1.  Subject to paragraphs 2 to 7, with effect from 1st January 2005, the contributions payable by the employer and the amount recoverable from the employee’s wages are as follows:
(b)by deleting “$93,500” in paragraphs 2 and 3 and substituting in each case “$85,000”;
(c)by deleting “$5,500” in paragraph 4A and substituting “$5,000”;
(d)by inserting, immediately before the words “55, 60 or 65 years of age” wherever they appear in paragraph 5(a), “50,”;
(e)by inserting, immediately before the words “fifty-fifth, sixtieth or sixty-fifth anniversary” in paragraph 5(a), the word “fiftieth,”; and
(f)by deleting paragraph 6 and substituting the following paragraph:
6.  The rates of contribution specified in paragraph 1 shall not apply to the employees of the following:
(1)The managers of any aided school.
(2)Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority.
(3)Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star).
(4)Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore.
(5)Board of Architects.
(6)Building and Construction Authority.
(7)Central Provident Fund Board.
(8)Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.
(9)Civil Service College.
(10)Commercial and Industrial Security Corporation.
(11)Contact Lens Practitioners Board.
(12)Defence Science and Technology Agency.
(13)Economic Development Board.
(14)Energy Market Authority of Singapore.
(15)Health Promotion Board.
(16)Health Sciences Authority.
(17)Hindu Advisory Board.
(18)Hindu Endowments Board.
(19)Hotels Licensing Board.
(20)Housing and Development Board.
(21)Info-communications Development Authority of Singapore.
(22)Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.
(23)Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
(24)Institute of Technical Education, Singapore.
(25)Intellectual Property Office of Singapore.
(26)International Enterprise Singapore Board.
(27)Jurong Town Corporation.
(28)Land Transport Authority of Singapore.
(29)Majlis Ugama Islam, Singapura.
(30)Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.
(31)Media Development Authority of Singapore.
(32)Monetary Authority of Singapore.
(33)Nanyang Polytechnic.
(34)Nanyang Technological University.
(35)National Arts Council.
(36)National Council of Social Service.
(37)National Environment Agency.
(38)National Heritage Board.
(39)National Institute of Education.
(40)National Library Board.
(41)National Parks Board.
(42)National University of Singapore.
(43)Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
(44)People’s Association.
(45)Preservation of Monuments Board.
(46)Professional Engineers Board.
(47)Public Transport Council.
(48)Public Utilities Board.
(49)Republic Polytechnic.
(50)Science Centre Board.
(51)Sentosa Development Corporation.
(52)Sikh Advisory Board.
(53)Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises.
(54)Singapore Dental Council.
(55)Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board.
(56)Singapore Labour Foundation.
(57)Singapore Land Authority.
(58)Singapore Medical Council.
(59)Singapore Nursing Board.
(60)Singapore Pharmacy Board.
(61)Singapore Polytechnic.
(62)Singapore Sports Council.
(63)Singapore Totalisator Board.
(64)Singapore Tourism Board.
(65)Singapore Workforce Development Agency.
(66)Specialist Accreditation Board.
(67)Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board (Spring Singapore).
(68)Temasek Polytechnic.
(69)Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Board.
(70)Urban Redevelopment Authority.”.

Made this 28th day of December 2004.

Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Manpower,
[MMS 9/73 V39; AG/LEG/SL/36/2002/5 Vol. 1]