Save more with the same charges
in the same fund with the same investment
With the MPF Savings, the increase is based only on tax not being paid, with no additional funds being used.
How can MPF help you?
There are several ways that you can reduce your tax in Hong Kong: Rental Reimbursement / Home Loan, Charity, Educational Expenses and MPF. Paying into the MPF will help reduce your tax by offsetting the contribution against your income for Salary/Tax purposes.
This means that when compared to any other type of saving, you are not paying any tax on your MPF savings. This means that you can still pay the same amount into your savings (MPF) and it can give you up to 17% more to put into your account.
Hong Kong Tax System
Below is a representation of the progressive salary tax on a yearly income. By utilising MPF savings, you are able to offset your income and reduce the payable tax.
$50,001 to $100,000
$100,001 to $150,000
$150,001 to $200,000
With a personal allowance:
- Single Person pays 17% tax on income when they earn more than $28,000 per month
- Married Person with 2 children pay 17% tax on income when they earn more than $59,000 per month
A few ways to reduce your tax:
- Rental Reimbursement / Home loan
- Education expenses
Why use MPF to save?
How much more money could I make?
For illustration purposes, below is a typical long-term saving you could expect to see using a savings out of taxed income:
Using the same investment growth, same fund charges, these figures could grow to the above figures (highlighted in blue) just from the tax saving available using your MPF account.
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