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Payroll Processing, MPF Contribution Calculation

Payroll Processing, MPF Contribution Calculation

  • Payroll executive reporting
  • Use of autopay to pay every employee
  • Calculate all necessary employee and employer MPF contributions
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MPF Administration

MPF Administration

  • Authority to act as the authorized signatory
  • Compile a monthly executive summary
  • Provide a monthly MPF remittance statement
    for the MPF trustee
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Visa Application

Visa Application

  • Work Visa
  • Training Visa
  • Visas for dependents
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Payroll and HR Specialists

HR Support

HR Support

  • Creation of company-specific HR manuals
  • Continuous updates for compliance with Hong Kong statutory employment requirements
  • Full record keeping of leave and illness
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    FastLane has consistently provided a first-rate service. They are responsive and extremely helpful. I strongly recommend them.

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    FastLane HR is handy and efficient, they take good care of our payroll and admin duties, and they are able to provide the appropriate HR advice if needed. Highly recommended.

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    Space Is Limited

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    In May 2017 I decided to open my own company in Hong Kong, knowing that it would be very difficult to obtain an investment visa especially I needed it in two months. I went through companies offering visa services and after discussions and quotations, FastLane HR seemed to be the most professional and attractive company to help me in this difficult task. From the very beginning, FastLane HR has been very focused and has walked me through every step of the process to make things easier, understandable and successful. I received my investment visa two months later. I can easily say that I'm very satisfied with the service offered by FastLane HR and would recommend their support without hesitation!

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    M Creative Culture Limited

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    Working with FastLane HR has been a wonderful experience. They are very customer centric, responsive and very strong at regulatory compliance. I would recommend them to my friends and clients.

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FAQ

What do I need to do as an employer with regards to my tax obligations?

A. Keep comprehensive payroll records for every employee, for at least 7 years.

B. Report the remuneration paid to each employee, including: housing allowance, travel expense, training reimbursements, etc.

For further details, please refer to the Inland Revenue Department.

Is there statutory reporting of submission required for all new employees?

Yes, there is. You must file one copy of IR56E within 3 months of the commencement of employment, if you anticipate that the employee is likely to be charged salaries tax. The threshold for this is currently an annual income of $120,000.

What is the statutory reporting of submission required for a terminated employee?

You must file one copy of IR56F one month before the date of termination of their employment. Or, file one copy of IR56G in the case of an employee leaving Hong Kong with no plans to return. For further details, please refer to the Inland Revenue Department.

Can you tell me what MPF is?

The Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) is a compulsory pension fund designed by the Hong Kong government as means of income protection for retired residents. Most employees and their employers are required to make monthly contributions.

What are the mandatory MPF contribution amounts that I must pay?

Employees and employers are both required to make regular mandatory contributions at a rate of 5% of the employee’s income. This amount is subject to the minimum and maximum relevant income levels. For an employee who is paid on a monthly basis, the minimum is $7,100 and the maximum is $30,000. Should the monthly income be less than $7,100, then only the employer needs to make a 5% contribution. For monthly income in excess of $30,000, the contribution paid by both the employee and employer, will be fixed at $1,500 regardless of the amount. For further details, please refer to the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority.