Household monthly income per person is calculated by taking the total gross household monthly income  divided by the total number of family members  living together.
To find out what is your family’s household monthly income per person, you could complete the following form:
Your family’s household monthly income per person:
To further determine your eligibility for the Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS), please complete and submit an application form together with the necessary supporting documents. Your application will be processed within 15 working days from the date of receipt of the completed application form with all supporting documents, and you would be informed of the outcome.
 Gross monthly income refers to your basic income, overtime pay, allowances, cash awards, commissions and bonuses, excluding rental income and pocket money.
 Family members living at the same address (as stated on the NRIC) and related by blood, marriage or legal adoption are included in the calculation.
 For family members who are salaried employees, their income (inclusive of bonuses, overtime, allowances, cash awards, and commissions) will be based on:
 For family members who are self-employed, their income will be based on: