Around 930,000 Singaporean households residing in Housing Board flats are going to be given a GST Voucher to cancel a part of the utility bills in July.

Those residing in a single – and – two-room HDB apartments will get $100, while people in three-room apartments will get $90.

Families residing in four-room flats will get $80, people in five-room apartments will get $70, and people in executive or multi-generation apartments, $60.

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Households whose members possess more than 1 property aren’t qualified for this GST Voucher.

Underneath the open power market, eligible families will continue to get U-Save rebates irrespective of their electricity supplier, the ministry stated.

The U-Save rebate is just one of three elements under the permanent GST Voucher scheme. It’s disbursed each three months.
The rebate is supposed to assist HDB households cancel a part of the utility bills and, consequently, lower their general household expenditures.

Eligible families can expect to be given a complete yearly rebate of between $240 and $400.

Based on MOF, the U-Save lien has allowed households in a single – and – two-room HDB apartments to obtain support equal to three to four weeks of the utility accounts, normally, annually.

Those residing in three- and – four-room flats will be awarded support equal to one to 2 weeks of the utility bills, it included.