Learn more about the responsibilities you have as a member of MPF and how you can make the best choices for you and your employees at every stage.
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If you're an employer, you must remember to select an MPF scheme, enrol your employees within the permitted period and make contributions for them.
Becoming an employee
When you join a company, you must submit your Employee Application Form through your employer and select constituent funds for your MPF scheme. You must make mandatory contributions to your MPF if you earn above the minimum relevant income.
You can also make additional voluntary contributions through your employer, on your own through HSBC MPF tax deductible voluntary contributions or HSBC MPF Flexi-Contributions.
Changing jobs as an employee
When you change jobs, you should manage the accrued MPF benefits from mandatory contributions from your previous employment.
Reaching retirement age
Whether you’ve reach retirement age or your personal circumstances have changed, discover how and when you’re eligible to withdraw your MPF constituent funds.
Tools to help you assess your situation
MPF benefits projection calculator
Help you look ahead at your MPF benefits up to the time you turn age 65.
How much will I need to support my retirement lifestyle in Hong Kong?
Learn about the monthly budget you'll likely need to fund 4 different retirement lifestyles – basic, modest, comfortable or affluent – in the latest Retirement Monitor.
More information about HSBC MPF
Plan for a better retirement with our experience and expertise as an MPF service provider.
We have tailored our services to provide you with convenient and easy ways to manage your MPF.
Personal account holders
Consolidating accrued benefits in one personal MPF account makes it easier to manage.