IRAS WANTS TO COLLECT $58.74 FROM DEAD SINGAPOREAN MAN

A reader sent a photo of a letter from the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore, which is addressed to the family of the recently deceased Mr Garbrel.

According to the letter, the IRAS is demanding payment for $58.74 in owed income taxes from the family of the late Mr Garbrel.

Despite acknowledging that the family of the deceased are undergoing a difficult time, the timing of the letter was insensitive. The family is very unhappy with the authorities for their lack of empathy.

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